nir=near infra-redWhat does "NIR issue" mean.
Forget the ghillie suit, just buy some pants and a shirt in tan, then roll in the dirt.Find an appropriate camouflage or build a Ghillie suit. A pair of Brown or black coveralls work well, and than cuts strips of burlap about 3 feet long and 2 inches wide. Cover the coveralls with fine netting (badminton nets work well) and secure the net to the coveralls. Paint the burlap strips alternating green and brown (I laid mine down outside and threw cups full of paint at them. Use water balloons and make it fun for the kids!) When it's all painted and dry, tie the strips to the netting.
This works awesome as you can add your own pockets and customize your ammo, water, food and emergency equipment carrying capacities; just make sure that you don't make your pockets and suit unusable by the netting. I have heard of guys sewing those emergency blankets on the inside to diffuse IR. Not sure if it works, but it would make your suit warmer if you're bugging out in an area that has colder seasons. Depending on your location, you may need multiple suits.
It's worth double checking the list of detergents. I don't remember which one, but one of them that used to not have the optical brighteners, have added it recently.Multicam works great, I absolutely love mine.
I can set up and sit still and have hikers walk within a few feet of me never knowing I was there.
It is one of the best things going, the new ATAC pattern is interesting too, I haven't gotten any of those but I am definitely eyeing them up.
There is a list out there of what detergents have optical brighteners in them, find it and avoid them at all costs on your camouflage items.