Hiding in the jungle...how much do glasses compromise you?
Hey folks, long time no post. I recently moved to the Federated States of Micronesia and have been enjoying getting out into the jungle. According to a very good friend of mine who'd lived through the Vietnam War, he tells me that based on my pictures (see one below...if you need to see more pictures of the environment, please let me know as I can supply a lot) my environment is extremely similar to how jungle Vietnam used to be during the war.
Out of historical interest, I'd like to experiment with camoflauge and hiding in this environment. On occasion people do come out to the jungle who are familiar with the land so there'd be some opportunity to practice hiding. It's such a beautiful environment. I attended the most recent Camp Skeletor where some information on concealment was covered, and I've done some independent reading on the subject, but have no military experience or practical experience with fieldcraft.
The thing is, I wear glasses. Classic looking, with a large black frame. I can take them off of course, but then I can't see details so well.
If I get some camo BDUs and a boonie hat, apply face paint, and apply garnishes, how much is my ability to hide compromised by wearing glasses?
Would it be viable to attempt to construct a sniper's veil using some mosquito netting and wear that over my glasses?
What do people who really have to hide for their job do if they wear glasses?
Thanks for your input!