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Old August 21, 2012, 06:39 PM   #10
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Most camo is designed to appeal to the consumer with oak leaves, etc. The patterns would be much more effective if they were more open to break up your outline. Current camos tend to blob out at over 20 yards. A good camo does not need to look like anything in particular. It should just keep animals from immediately focusing on you. Nothing will cover movement. Whatever, get clothing that will work for the weather you will encounter. Your survival may depend on it, at least your comfort.
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