I will admit to considering it. But it seems like all their gear is directed to hunting in cold weather, not our D-16 sweltering temps. I also could not find anyone who has actually tried it and think it works, only online people I don't know.OK....Since the subject is about camo and stuff....Who has bought HECS suits?...Come on now, admit it...I'm serious this time......
Hiking to much and they can hear you a mile away especially in the chaparral because it's so brushy, sit on top of a mountain watch and waitLimited movement and playing the wind trumps good camo for sure. But suiting up in camo is fun I won't lie. For ducks and turkeys it's a must I think.
Releasing new patterns constantly makes them smart as a company (filling consumer demand). That is not to be conflated with the effectiveness of camo or not.Camouflage is a gimmick used by hunting companies to sell gear. Why do you think as soon as you have all your gear they all come out with a new pattern?
I think it gives a real edge for Turkey and duck hunting but I don’t think it’s necessary for deer. For deer just avoid blue, they see in a form of grey scale but have a rod and cone set up that lets them see blue or purple really well. Supposedly it stands out like neon to them. Deer hunting i often wear tan and olive drab, just neutral colors. Wear black in a blind and cover your lower face