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    The first pattern is still the best. Woodland. Green in the warmer parts of the year and brown in the winter. I wish more companies offered it as its hard to find anymore

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    Camo in greens, conifer colors, high desert sage brush

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    I have a large selection of camo patterns and colors. I take several along and the ones that blend the best are what I use. Camo colors/patterns can change dramatically from summer to fall to winter. Obviously no camo works great in snow unless it is white! One thing I've noticed is around 95% of hunters use the same pattern/colors on their tops vs pants. It makes no sense to me since most game is terrified of the human outline? I always wear different colors on top and bottom that break up my human form. I'm red-green-orange colorblind. The thing I've noticed that stands out is light colors against a dark background or visa-versa.

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    Like JimSS, I'm a big fan of mixing up camo patterns...never wear same camo on top and on bottom. Just doesn't look right to me.

    Got some Attack pants in major brown this fall, and surprised how well I blended in to the Nebraska Sandhills during rifle season. That brown was about the perfect color out there.

    Favorite is probably Cabela's System's waterfowl parka, gore-tex with thinsulate zip in liner. It's Mossy Oak Shadow Grass and seems to blend in everywhere I hunt. Cordura exterior isn't very quiet, but it's super durable and my favorite coat hands down.

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    I like ASAT. I have the leafy suit but mainly just wear the top. I like the FirstLite wool since it comes in ASAT. I also have KUIU and Sitka but wear the KUIU since I like the VIAS camo better. This system works for me.

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    I use mostly solid bottoms find either the green or brown first lite ones work great.

    My top is still a old outfitter cabela's pattern just seems to work in a lot of terrain.

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    I just wear what I put on. Most of my pants are military BDU's in woodland cammo and my shirts are a woodland advantage. I figure what I don't spend on all the new styles of ammo I can use to buy more equipment or go on trips.
    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

 

 
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