If you were hunting in the early eighties, you witnessed the birth of “licensed” camo patterns with Jim Crumley’s Original Treebark.
After nearly two decades of marketing, manufacturing and graphic development, this industry has spawned two camo giants that have patterned everything from carpeting to caskets. While camo might be fashion for some, for many it is a statement of the hunting lifestyle.
With an extraordinary number of camo patterns to choose from, we wanted to help you define which one will work the hardest for you this coming deer season. It should be noted that many of these companies make products that cross over multiple regional borders. Although a single pattern is listed for one area, its effectiveness can be far broader.
Here’s a look at becoming invisible by region.
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