SELECTING YOUR CAMO PATTERN

For years, hunting camouflage mimicked sticks and leaves, and didn’t break up the human outline. This made it easier for game to spot you. We researched how apex predators like tigers, leopards, and African wild dogs use contrasting patterns to break up their outline. Our camo patterns feature this same use of contrast.


As a result, our three camo hunting patterns break up your outline at any distance, across a variety of terrains and vegetation types, helping you go undetected.

VALO CAMO


    TERRAIN:
  • - Visually best for open terrain lacking cover, including dormant hardwoods, tundra, sage, underbrush, and grass.

  • PATTERN:
  • - Large macro pattern for long-range break up.
  • - Micro details for close-range concealment.

  • COLORS:
  • - Features complex colors in low-contrast tones that take on the appearance of their surroundings.
  • - Desert tan, prairie-grass yellow, stone grey, coyote brown, olive drab, and minimal black.

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VERDE CAMO


    TERRAIN:
  • - Ideal for evergreen timber, green vegetation, tundra, grasslands, and deciduous forest environments before frost burning.

  • PATTERN:
  • - Large macro pattern for long-range break up.
  • - Micro details for close-range concealment.

  • COLORS:
  • - Tan, olive, grey, green, and black.

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VIAS CAMO


    TERRAIN:
  • - Visually best for high contrast scree, talus, and boulder environments near or above timberline.
  • - Performs well late season environments after the color change or frost burn.

  • PATTERN:
  • - Large macro pattern for long-range break up.

  • COLORS:
  • - Tan, light grey, dark grey, brown, and black

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Valo, Verde, or Vias

Wondering what camo pattern is best for you? Listen in as KUIU's Shaun Ayers explains when and where you would use the Valo, Verde, and Vias camouflage patterns.

Breaking up the human outline across a diverse landscape is critically important for rifle hunters, bow hunters, or other outdoor activities where you want to get as close to an animal as you can without being spotted. During a stalk, you often need to go within full view of an animal—through clearings between sections of cover—and our camouflage will help you go undetected both at close and longer contact ranges.