So these outfits are Ferraris?!?This quote sums it up for me.....
“If you’re rich, you can buy the most expensive things, but if you don’t know how to use the ****ing thing, it doesn’t matter. If you don’t have a driver’s licence and you buy a Ferrari, what good is it?”
They are not literally Ferraris. The comparison between the outfits and Ferraris is a metaphor.So these outfits are Ferraris?!?
Most folks are going to react to the color but for the most part (besides wearing the head gear) it's nothing that crazy going on here.I saw this and lol'd. Doesn't look any more funny than wonky wide-brimmed hats, trout skin buffs, trout skin gloves, etc. Fishing pants remind me of 80s parachute pants.
It's all goofy.
Lots of 'em!What next? Trout skin tattoos? Oh wait, those are probably already out there.
Do you wear a large brimmed hat? Any buff? Gloves? Anything? Some people think those things look ridiculous too Actually, almost any sports gear taken out of context really looks funny...I remember in the late 80s when people were wearing wrestling shoes as fashionable. Then there was a time where indoor soccer shoes were a thing. They always look goofy to me. Then again, I owned some very, very, very baggy jeans back in the 90sWhen I'm on the water I'm not trying to draw attention, or look ridiculous. I guess if a guy on the river wants to wear hiphop skateboarder fashions or dress like a fish that's his business.
To be fair, my Martin 63 turned heads every time. It's my favorite ziiiiiiiiiiing, hands down!! I wasn't out for any attention, it's all I had at that time.I thought fly fishermen who liked to draw attention did it with loud Hardy click-pawl reels.
Yes. I wear a somewhat floppy large brimmed, dingy (from dirt & sweat) old off-white hat --same one I wear for mowing and working in the yard (I do try to wash it from time to time). I also wear some thin off-white fingerless sun protection gloves made by Simms. The hat and gloves are necessary and for preventative measures due to having cancerous & precancerous skin lesions removed because of all the years I didn't wear protection. Other than my waders & boots, I don't have any clothes specifically manufactured or marketed for any type of fishing --just whatever is comfortable and sun protective.Do you wear a large brimmed hat? Any buff? Gloves? Anything? Some people think those things look ridiculous too
My point being some people might think you look ridiculious in those. That's all. Everything is in the eye of the beholder, type thingYes. I wear a somewhat floppy large brimmed, dingy (from dirt & sweat) old off-white hat --same one I wear for mowing and working in the yard (I do try to wash it from time to time). I also wear some thin off-white fingerless sun protection gloves made by Simms.
If you've had skin issues, I highly recommend one of these! Buff is a brand name for a face covering/wrap, AKA face and neck gaitorNot sure what you mean by "Any buff?".