Dazzle camouflage in everyday life

Dazzle camouflage was developed for warships during WW1. Recently, I found a purse that uses the same principle. Made by Gun Tote’n Mamas, it holds a small or medium pistol in an internal holster.

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7 Responses to Dazzle camouflage in everyday life

  1. Kit says:

    I am sad this is showing up as “out of stock” – it would make a perfect Christmas gift for my mom!

  2. anon says:

    Nothing on their web site says anything about “Dazzle Pattern Camouflage”.

    It’s simply a common “zebra stripe pattern”.

    Even Gun Tote’n Mamas describes the color as “ZEBRA”.

    Don’t get me wrong. I like the zebra stripe pattern, a lot.

    But saying “zebra stripe pattern” doesn’t sound as tacti-cool as ascribing some camouflage principle to the product.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      “Dazzle” was a bit of a joke on my part. Zebra coloration is an example of that principle, but I am sure that the bag wasn’t designed to blend in.

  3. Turk says:

    Ok, I LOVE the composition of this picture sir!!!

  4. Blake says:

    Will they be making any conceal carry diaper bags?

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