blaze orange

Related to blaze orange: safety orange

blaze orange

n.
A very bright orange, often used to set something apart from its surroundings. Also called safety orange.
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The Razor-Lite comes with six replacement blades with a blaze orange handle.
Invented by Ned Bitsack in 2013, Chamber-View empty chamber indicators are molded of 100 percent blaze orange, ultra durable silicone.
The non-adjustable front sight is oversized and blaze orange.
Eye-catching bodywork colours include Blaze Orange metallic, and all have optional contrasting stripes starting on the bonnet and extending the length of the roof.
To my liking, Badlands added a built-in blaze orange "meat shelf.
It likes surprises, and that includes its funky Blaze Orange paintwork.
The Ezentus pigments are currently available in four colors--Aurora Pink, Blaze Orange, Saturn Yellow and Corona Magenta.
We trimmed dill sprigs and pea pods, cut curly leaves of lemon basil and parsley and pulled up long, slender, blaze orange carrots.
They shall wear either blaze orange or fluorescent green vests with or without white stripes.
Whether you do most of your hunting in lightweight field boots and a blaze orange vest or in waders and camo, here's wishing you and your dogs all the best for a fun, safe and successful season.
Extension lashing straps are included for bulky loads, and a blaze orange flag keeps you safe.
He says a lot of the customers he sees in hunting season are wearing blaze orange.