|I created the original Snow Camo way back
in 1978. It is still a basic in today's camouflage world. But as time passed
I learned more about camouflage and I studied the scientific facts of
how game animals actually see. Then I realized I could improve it significantly.
I kept the original colors because they were totally right. However, the Snow Camo design was too large and blocky.
So I merged the colors of Snow Camo into the Sticks N' Limbs design. I was amazed at the difference. Then I added streaks of a dirty snow color to the pattern. Bingo, that was it.
|Then I sent some suits out to be field
tested. Their feedback was really impressive. They said:
"My hunting partner climbed right up to my treestand and started to get in it before he finally saw me."
"I was standing in the open watching some geese fly overhead. I was motionless for several minutes and when I moved, a doe--that I had not seen approaching and was only five yards behind me--jumped out of its skin."
"I was sitting on the ground and a buck bedded down so close I could have touched it."
"I was sitting against a tree, dozeing off, and woke up suddenly when a rabbit tried to crawl under my leg. It was going to hide in me."
And they had several versions of: "the squirrel ran across me," "the hawk (or other kind of bird) landed on me,"
Their imput told me I had exactly what
I wanted--a completely 3-Dimensional camouflage for wearing in the snow.
In the winter snow country Snow Sticks N' Limbs makes your human outline