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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Tiny cubes of potato blaze orange in their dish - what we're looking at here is a Middle Eastern take on the Spanish patatas bravas.
Among the hunting, fishing and trapping laws taking effect in the New Year, House Bill 4231/PA 100-0949 will allow hunters to wear blaze pink, instead of the traditional blaze orange. Proponents of the change claim that blaze pink could be brighter to the human eye than orange, and also less visible to deer.
The HIGHLAND SHACKET (shirt-jacket) has a classic quilted oxford exterior in a matching warm brown tone and accented with blaze orange trim.
He said he hadn't seen us, even though I was wearing a blaze orange vest.
Available with either a black or blaze orange rubber handle, it comes in a rugged nylon sheath that holds six 420J2 stainless-steel razor blades.
Blaze orange safety straps are provided, but as with using any decoy, common sense is still a prerequisite.
The Razor-Lite comes with six replacement blades with a blaze orange handle.
The non-adjustable front sight is oversized and blaze orange. The rear sights are adjustable for windage and ramped for a snag-free draw.
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.
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.