View Full Version : Predator Camo ???

10-06-2011, 02:38 PM
Is the Warp Knit camo on Predator's website shiny? Is it breathable?

I want something for bowhunting Midwest whitetails, but I don't want the sunlight shining off of me either. Or, sweating due to a non-breathable material.

10-07-2011, 10:33 AM
I believe its a cotton/poly blend. Its a great pattern in any country. If your hiking hard your gonna sweat. I think tis more important to keep the wind in your favor. Fact of the matter is that if the wind is wrong and your not in a full scentlock suit, they are gonna smell ya. I love the predator camo. Try some out. I dont think you will regret it.

10-07-2011, 12:04 PM
I have some, and it doesn't seem to shine in the sun, especially after a few washings. It breaths quite well, but like stated above if your hiking your gonna sweat.

10-11-2011, 09:54 PM
Thanks guys. I have quite a bit of their twill stuff, but it looks like they're phasing it out. I have some Predator made by Cabela's too, but they're out of twill and their patterns don't hold up well to many washings. I'm a layering guy, so I like to have multiple sets of twill outer camo and rotate it every day without having to do a load of laundry every night. Plus, I want to have at least six complete sets for out of State, week long hunts where laundry is not much of an option (other than using a big Zip-lok and shaking it with water and detergent). The problem is drying it, scent free, when the temps are in the 30's.

Thanks....keep replying if you have any other input!

10-12-2011, 07:00 AM
Might want to look at gray wolf woolens and get a sample of their wolfskin material. It's lightweight, breathable, and super quiet. You can order pants, shirts, and jackets there. Gray wolf is one of the only companies authorized to use predator camouflage.


10-12-2011, 08:33 PM
Yeah, I know of them. A little too pricey for me...to get multiple outfits I mean.