Dad Threads

Dad Threads: Camo

Dad Threads Camo

The word camouflage comes from the French slang term, “camoufler”, meaning “to disguise.”

The French term makes camouflage sound classy as hell, and it can be when done properly.

Here are four items perfect for the dad who likes to add a little camo to his daily attire, even when he’s hiding in plain sight.

Camo Hoodie from Flint & Tinder

A clean-cut midweight hoodie built from ridiculously comfortable French terry fabric.

For their Camo Hoodie, Flint and Tinder took the original fit, comfort, and durability of the style and cast it in a super-soft midweight fabric that’s ideal to wear year-round—whether layering under a jacket in winter or getting comfortable at night in the warmer months. [$98 > $68]

Spy Optic Dirty Mo 2

SPY is an unconventional, fun-loving family of athletes and artists committed to creating exceptional optical products.

Spy designs products — sunglasses, goggles, and prescription frames — that take style cues from the outdoor sports community as well as the lifestyle that surrounds it. These camo sunglasses are great for most outdoor activities but are stylish enough to be worn for just about any occasion. [$$]


Nixon Men’s A105 Sentry 42mm Stainless Steel Camo Watch

A classic Nixon design, the black, camo, and volt Sentry Suede Leather is modern and multi-faceted with 3-hand movement, day/date window, and a sleek leather strap. [$]

Men’s Flat-Front Shorts in Camo from Ochenta

OCHENTA is a professional manufacturer and retailer making a superb line of clothing for men, women, and children for daily wear, work-wear, fashion, and outdoor. These flat-front camo shorts will be dad’s favorite pair for yard work, running errands, or just hanging around the house. [$]


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