Which Camo Patterns Do You Use?

In our current world where the options are endless, availability is not a problem, and prices are all over the board, what camo patterns do you prefer? From big game hunting to sitting in the blind during a waterfowl hunt, there is a pattern for every season and each of the species we hunt. 

Brands are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to create the "perfect" pattern, then they turn around and spend many thousands more trying to convince you that their pattern is exactly what you need. In 1986 we saw the introduction of both Mossy Oak and Realtree patterns. For years they owned the camo industry, and they did their best to innovate and create patterns that could apply in all conditions. Not all geographical areas found the patterns to be useful, and from there we saw the birth of King's Camo, as well as other brands and patterns that were trying to attract western hunters where open country hunting was more prevalent. The military has been using digital patterns for many years, and the idea of using a digital pattern for hunting has taken the world by storm. Brands like Kuiu and Sitka have seen great success over the past 5 years, and they have driven brands like Kryptek to take the digital concept even further. 

This brings us to today, where we have a literal camouflage pattern buffet in front of us to choose from. From photo realistic patterns like Realtree and Mossy Oak, to the digital designs of Sitka and Kuiu, there is truly no lack of options for hunters. 

Let us know what pattern you use, what you want to use, and what works best in the areas you hunt in. 

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10 Responses

Kevin Kurzweil
Kevin Kurzweil

April 19, 2016

Keep up the Great Work Sneek Tec

Robert Velasquez
Robert Velasquez

April 19, 2016

Desert Shadow in Kings Camo works for me in my area here in New Mexico.

Larry Davis
Larry Davis

April 15, 2016

I Have lots of Camo pattern’s but right know I am interested in yours sincerely and I hope you have a Blessed Day and Year and Future and GOD BLESS YOU and your families and friends and colleagues and Always Remember to take Care

Ken Hill
Ken Hill

April 12, 2016

realtree extra

Amy Murphy Wright
Amy Murphy Wright

April 12, 2016

I own a pair of yalls camo and i want to say it is the most quietest camo ive ever owned. Also i was worried that it would fray, with it being so soft and quiet, but ive clawed through briars and through some thick thick mess and it still looks brand new. Its been washed and dried plenty of times, and still looks brand new. Yall have amazing camo and i proudly tell others bout yall. Btw my favorite patern is Mossy Oak! :)

Nathan Kopf
Nathan Kopf

April 11, 2016

I nonly use real tree. seems to blend in best with my surroundings.

Brad Peterson
Brad Peterson

April 09, 2016

I use USMC Woodland and digital Woodland I have for many years I have yet to find anything comparable or cost effective besides being rugged enough to handle the stresses of being out in the woods. I am always looking to try new things to better my enjoyment of the great outdoors. Thanks for your time

Joshua
Joshua

April 07, 2016

I grew up using Mossy Oak and Realtree. As I became a teenager and young adult I began using Mossy Oak only. I still use Mossy Oak some but I now primarily use Natural Gear and G-Force Evolved Camo. I have found that a more open pattern works better. I hunt in many areas such as NC, MO, IL, and KY. The darker patterns don’t seem to blend in as well. What a lot of hunters are realizing is that even though a pattern looks great on a shelf or hanging on a rack doesn’t mean it will work in the field. Being a retired Marine I also like the digital patterns. I saw the way the military digital patterns worked in real world scenarios and know from experience that they work. Many of the digital patterns on the market tend to be too expensive though. In the end though there are many factors that determine a successful hunt not just the pattern. Sneek Tec has realized this and has cornered the market with this technology. Beyond the pattern you need a material that will work. It needs to be soft, quiet, lightweight, and breathable. Sneek Tec has these features and more. I would like to see Sneek Tec in more patterns but I also know the costs associated with it may not make it possible.

Jessica Fisk
Jessica Fisk

April 06, 2016

Very nice

Peter Reese
Peter Reese

April 06, 2016

Thank you for supporting Whitetail Snipers

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