Mix and Match Camo?

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  1. Greg.Johnston

    Greg.Johnston Weekend Warrior

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    What are your thoughts on mixing and matching camo patterns? Obviously you wouldnt want to mix something like snow camo with any kind of leafy camo, but would you mix like any kind of realtree patterns like AP, APG, extra, max, etc with any kind of mossy oak pattern like break up, infinity, or obsession? Personally I have three different types of realtree camo patterns(AP, APG, and Extra) that I wear at the same time, but when some stuff comes out they dont always offer it in every variety of camo, so if you wanted all the same type of camo you may be limited in what you can buy. Anyways...just something I was mulling over when looking through the ole cabelas catalog today. Any other opinions?
     
  2. JamesxCreedx

    JamesxCreedx Weekend Warrior

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    Before I bought my gridlock suit Id mix and match whatever I had, Use to wear a lot of scentlok fleece in every kind of pattern lol. It usually seems to be whatever I found on sale would be something completely different than I had so Id end up with random patterns that all worked the same in the end.
     
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    Yup, same here! miss-matched camo doesn't bother deer, just me....


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    Camo is camo...as long as it breaks up your outline and doesnt smell like gym shorts...

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    Long as it breaks up your outline is the way I think..Not a fashion walk..Granpa killed more deer than I ever will wearing flannel.
     
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    I do all the time...I wear which ever color I grab outta my scent bag.
     
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    I wear whatever I can find cheap haha. I can't imagine the deer being bothered by mix matched camo
     
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    I like to stick with the lost camo, but it dosnt really matter...
     
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    I figure, if anything, it helps to further break up your outline
     
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    ^^^ this
     
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    Yea, it shouldn't matter if it mixed matched I don't think the deer care if your shirt is Realtree Ap and your pants are Mossy Oak Breakup. It might urk some of the other hunters but who cares.
     

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