It's called Buzz Off Clothing. A Washington company came up with the line of shirts, pants, hats, bandanas and socks. It just hit stores this year.
The fabric contains an odorless ingredient called Permethrin. It's supposed to keep away mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies and chiggers. The clothing also contains sunscreen.
The makers say they're safe to wear and last for up to a hundred washings.
If you'd like to see what all the buzz is about, the clothing is sold at Angler's Covy and REI for between 12 and 84 dollars.
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