Predator Camo: Developing Patterns That Work Since 1988

 

Predator Camo: Developing Patterns That Work Since 1988

 

Serious hunters don’t quibble about their gear. Every time they enter the woods or strike out in more arid terrain in pursuit of trophy big game, they depend on equipment and clothing that give them the best chances for success. That’s why serious hunters wear Predator Camouflage.

Open Pattern Camo

Open Pattern Camo

Predator pioneered its Open Pattern Technology in 1988, and since then has added technological advances in fabrics, coatings and designs that put hunters in the field earlier in the season and allows them to stay through the late seasons.

Predator’s focus has always been about creating patterns that effectively make a hunter disappear in the eyes of prey, and not merely to mimic its surroundings. Traditional camouflage patterns are designed to perform well on retail racks rather than helping the hunter collect trophy racks and put meat in the freezer.

While its patterns give hunters an unmatched edge to not be seen, Predator apparel is affordable and durable, and ranges from rain resistant to wind- and waterproof. And because layering is the key to comfort in the outdoors, Predator provides combinations of six different series that can be mixed and matched to protect hunters from the elements.

Open Pattern Technology (OPT) Series

Predator’s pioneering OPT Series features an athletic fit designed for activeSTEALTH hunters. Built with a four-way stretch soft shell outer fabric made of 82 percent polyester, 18 percent spandex, its “S” twill is bonded with 100 percent polyester micro fleece for wind resistance, and is treated with a durable water repellent finish.

Stealth Series

The Stealth Series, an essential layer for comfort and warmth, is made of 380-gram heavyweight fleece and a wind barrier that delivers a quiet product that is perfect for layering or outerwear.

Stalker Series

Looking for quiet, cool and comfortable? The Stalker Series is constructed with 100 percent polyester Warp Knit Fabric and treated with a durable water repellent finish. This revolutionary fabric won’t shrink and yet is breathable, colorfast, and is extremely soft, ultra-quiet and lightweight.

Rut Series

For keeping warm and dry on cold, rainy days, the Rut Series offers dual protection. Starting with 100 percent polyester Warp Knit Fabric and coated with DuPont Teflon technology, these garments are finished with a breathable, 100 percent waterproof membrane and sealed seams. The revolutionary Warp Knit Fabric doesn’t shrink, is breathable, quick drying, colorfast, extremely soft, quiet and lightweight.

Legend Series

When the temperature drops and the late-season hunting picks up, Predator’s Legend Series keeps you warm, dry and in the field. Your protection from the elements is layered in 100 percent polyester, 235-gram Warp Knit Fabric coated with DuPont Teflon DWR technology, Thinsulate G200 insulation and a 3000 VMT water and wind resistant membrane with sealed seams.

Legacy Series

The Legacy Series is comfortable, quiet and, most importantly, reliable. Its 100 percent pre-shrink brushed cotton twill and Jersey fabrics hold up to the rigors of hard hunting and outdoor use. Legacy Series cotton is as colorfast as technology knows how to make it. This line is ideal for warm weather hunts or as an additional layer for cold weather.

The Predator Camouflage secret is out! Join the growing legions of hunters looking to increase their opportunity of harvesting a trophy of a lifetime by using Predator Camouflage for unmatched, unseen results.

Read more about Predator online at http://www.predatorcamo.com/.

 

Original Source:  Sportsmans Lifestyle.com

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