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What to Wear with That Naga Hoodie

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Now that Arc’teryx LEAF’s Wolf Grey color is out there lots of guys are looking for equipment to match. Off The Grid Concepts LLC’s Kydex products in Grey look to be a great match.

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10 Responses to “What to Wear with That Naga Hoodie”

  1. Paul says:

    I am a long time follower of SSD. I enjoy the industry news and information that you provide.

    I am however completely turned off by your obsession with camouflage and now, apparently, mixing and matching “tactical” clothes with holsters.

    I expect this at your sister site, Tactical Fanboy (which I don’t frequent)….but not here.

    Can you PLEASE tone down the camo and apparel articles?

    Since when did warfighting/gunfighting require fashion sense?

    Enough already.

  2. jack says:

    I guess this is what you get when a community develops a “lifestyle”, which, by the way, I totaly dig.

    But what you seem to forget is that beyond lifestyle, camouflage as a whole has an obvious tactical purpose. I doubt many warfighter/gunfighter, to use your term, would mind the added advantage of blending in…

  3. GAK_PDX says:

    I love my Naga hoodie… The athletic sizing makes it my Man Boob Sweater, thus forcing me to go hit the HIIT sets and low carbs HARD.

    The Naga Weight Loss Program works!

  4. Logan F. Crooks says:

    Where is the Naga Hoodie Made?

    • Debo says:

      My Naga was made in El Salvador.

      For those thinking about getting one I recommend you take GAK_PDXs comment to heart. It’s a tight fit. Luckily, I tried one on before purchase and decided to go XXL so it fit a little looser.

  5. Rob says:

    Tighter Pants (and sweaters) = Tighter groupings.

  6. MM says:

    if you disregard any trends, fads, tactical fan-boys, etc, and just look at it objectively, having your concealed accessories contrast less with your clothing isn’t a bad thing.

    as mentioned above, it can be about ‘common sense’ – not ‘fashion sense’. regardless of whether urban wolf is ‘tacticool’, grey just makes a lot of sense. if a holster made of grey kydex is less easily noticed than black should a shirt lift up accidentally for a second, why not?