As the British should have quickly learned during the
American Revolution what you wear can affect how easily you are seen. In laser tag
it isn't really as important that you wear camouflage, but keeping your self
color coordinated with the arena certainly helps. The most important parts
- You aren't wearing heavily bleached white clothing, because phosphates, a chemical common in bleach is backlight (ultraviolet light) responsive. Hence a white shirt, may suddenly on entrance into your local tag arena turn into a large sign that says "shoot me please, I'm glowing"
- Your clothing doesn't clash with the walls, wearing black in an all white
arena, or green in a blue arena helps you stick out. Black is often the
color of choice for arena walls, and is hence a good choice for
- Hats with white on them be removed. Your head is the only way you can
see something, while wearing a white hat, it often becomes easily apparently not
only where you head is, but then therefore where the rest of you is.
As one player learned wearing a belt may be a good idea. Moving around the arena with your gun in one hand, and your pants in another will often result in you getting shot, or your pants being around your ankles or being shot while your pants are around your ankles. Neither being a particularly good situation.
There you go, your ready to play. Good luck.