Camo patterns

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  1. jewalker7842

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    ASAT leafy suit and then you can wear whatever you want underneath.


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  2. ShaneB22

    ShaneB22 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Predator camo has some nice fleece stuff that looks warm and will break up your outline. Predator camouflage is probably the best camo out there imo.
     
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    I like fleece of any pattern it just looks softer
     
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    Most camo patterns do well to fool the human eye. After talking to the folks at (Badlands I think) they were explaining how DIGITAL camo actually confuses an animal's eye because of the way their eyes are formed, etc. I really have never liked the whole digital camo pattern trend, but maybe there is some science to it when you get right down to it.

    For the most part, I buy clothes based on their performance, not the camo pattern's performance...because I will never see things like a deer would. Irregardless, of what camo, scent control, etc. I use, there are times I am going to get busted. It's all part of the dance. Sometimes they win the day...although I try to keep that to a minimum. ;)
     

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