Predator Camo

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  1. Prouder27

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    Looking at getting some new hunting clothes for the whitetail woods and swamps of Michigan this upcoming season, and Predator has crossed my mind. Anyone have real world experience in the tree with their pattern (fall grey) and clothing quality (fit & durability)?



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  2. slickbilly-d

    slickbilly-d Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I love the pattern. Sizing is a bit quirky or at least the whitetail G2 stuff was. It’s dead silent, decently made, but still not quite warm enough for 20 degree and below stand hunting.
     
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    airenlow Die Hard Bowhunter

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    My favorite pattern! I think their stuff runs a size small.
     
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    Was looking at the G2 lineup, is it safety harness compatible?


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    Fall gray is the best camo pattern ever made. The problem is Predators garments are not very good for anything later than mid season weather.
     
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    I’m pretty sure it doesn’t have a hole in the top of the jacket but I’ll double check tonight.
     
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    I wear the stealth fleece with base layers underneath and am able to withstand 4 hr sits at 0 to 10 degrees with a 10 to 15 mph wind
     
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    Hard to rate how cold weather something is capable of. Everybody has they're own breaking point. If you get cold in predator camp you will get cold in anything else as well
     
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    The stealth fleece is nice, other than the windbreaker liner being loud. That said, there is no way I would wear that for a 4 hour sit in 10 degree weather with 10mph winds.

    I completely agree everyone has a different threshold for cold.

    I wore predator for a lot of years (still do every now and then) but not anything that predator produces themselves.

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    Anyone have experience with the ambush system (bibs/vest/jacket) in low late season temps? Wind?


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    Predator fall grey is my favorite camo.. The beat cold weather gear they have that I'm aware of is the ambush series.. I'm probably going to be ordering it for this upcoming season.
     

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