Hunting shirt

a coarse shirt for hunting, often of leather.
- Gray.

See also: Hunting

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He wore a hunting shirt of forest-green, fringed with faded yellow*, and a summer cap of skins which had been shorn of their fur.
Each had a good buffalo or deer skin robe; and a deer skin hunting shirt and leggins.
Fortunately it's worth it, especially if you opt for something like Pnuma Outdoors' ( latest --the Tenacity Coolcore Performance Hunting Shirt ($90).
"Are you going to the woods?" "Can we go?" He would agree to let us come, then don his red & black checkered wool hunting shirt, pick up his handmade walking stick with the likeness of a plains Indian chief in full headdress carved on the handle, and off we'd go.
Pack two sets of underwear and socks, an extra hunting shirt, one pair of Cabela's 2-in-1 pants (, a pair of short gaiters, and an Eddie Bauer MicroTherm Featherweight Jacket.
Oh, I was dressed perfectly for 40-degree December weather; base layer, fleece, heavy hunting shirt, thermal-lined waterfowl parka, insulated waders.
The burglar is described as a tall white male, 6 feet to 6 feet, 3 inches tall, dressed in a black-and-white hunting shirt with a hood, which he wore over his head.
I'm also in the process of developing a "keeper" attached to jacket or hunting shirt to hold the sling in place when I'm not toting a packframe.
One of their officers recorded that "many of the Rebels who were killed in the late affairs, were without shoes or stockings, and several were observed to have only linen drawers on, with a rifle or hunting shirt, without any proper shirt or waistcoat.
The line includes camouflage briar pants, quail vest, hunting pants, a hunting shirt and various accessories in aesthetically pleasing Nature's Edge camouflage.
Among the exciting artifacts shown are treasures from the Lewis and Clark collection, such as the Plains hunting shirt with quill ornamentation that one of the explorers wore during the expedition; the famous stone head of a Maize God from the Mayan ruins at Copan; a four-foot feathered headdress made by the Yanana people of Surinam and Brazil; a graceful wooden bowl carved by a Blackfoot artist; a late sixteenth-century cast brass relief plaque from Benin; and a rare helmet mask from the Semale Bundo Society of the Gola of Liberia.
When we finally returned, our gear was strewn everywhere, although the only real casualty was Gouge's red-checkered hunting shirt. The bear had ripped it apart to reach the sweet-smelling tubes in the pocket.