Applied Orange Beard Camouflage

Yes I said “Beard Camouflage”. For those super secret black ops where your tactical beard could give you away. Fear not, for Applied Orange has come to your aid. No longer do you have to worry about your awesome Viking beard clashing in the snow, unless you are Santa Claus. Applied Orange has made the BeardAway. A camouflaged sack to put your beard inside to match the rest of your gear. Note the piece of Velcro so you can personalize your BeardAway with a witty morale patch. At the moment it is only offered in Pencott snowdrift camo.

Go to their website if you need to hide your beard.

Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

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  • Vhyrus

    Chris Costa must be relieved.

  • bbmg

    If this is a real product, you chose the wrong day to publish it…

  • Fruitbat44

    I’m surprised that this isn’t being manufactured by Lirpa Loof Tactical . . .

  • 101nomad

    So much for Easter Eggs.

  • schizuki

    It’s about time! I noticed on my last op that my beard was causing low speed with its high drag.

  • Steve (TFB Editor)

    Someone needs to invent a mustache camo cover ASAP

  • LCON

    Needs Pals Webbing

  • Guest

    Where can I buy this? Seriously.

  • mechamaster

    col. Tim Harsen from the MAC need to review this !

  • JT

    I thought this would be a product to GIVE YOU a tactical beard. For people working in the middle east that want or need to shave AND have a beard 😛

  • Pete Sheppard

    Has it been run past the Duck Commanders?

  • wetcorps

    If you dont have a beard you can still wear it and carry a spare mag inside.

  • TheMasterMason

    This reminds me of that beard swim cover advertised to men back in the 1910’s or ’20’s. It’s dumb now as it was then.