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Predator camo

Matki15

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Anyone here use predator camo, specifically spring green? I’ve always used original bottomland but after seeing a few field photos it looks like predator camo blends in better. There doesn’t seem to be too many companies selling clothing in this pattern so I’m looking for advice on what company to buy from, sizing, etc
 

Homebrew454

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They sell their own clothing line. Not much there but looks like decent quality.

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woodsdog2

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Day One Camo has some great stuff in many Predator Camo Patterns. Kind of an outdated website but I believe they are still going strong.
 

woodsdog2

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Like ASAT, Predator camo is one of the best patterns ever made IMHO. Bottomland is back in style but the bark patterns IMHO have always been too dark. Brighter open patterns like ASAT and Predator break the human form up much better in a multitude of environments. I like the military multicam or OCP pattern too because it is very open and lighter overall. I like the Broadside Camo stuff too with the large splotches of white and I would also suggest the military urban pattern for fall. ATACS is also a great open pattern.
 

shwacker

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Call predator, their sizing can be a bit off, they can help you get sized right for the piece of clothing you’re looking at. Day one and Grey Wolf woolens are great custom made clothing


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Matki15

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Day One Camo has some great stuff in many Predator Camo Patterns. Kind of an outdated website but I believe they are still going strong.
Does day one have any lighter weight clothing options? I took a quick look and the thinnest I saw was cotton. Mostly looking to use this in early bow season when it’s 90° outside
 

woodsdog2

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Does day one have any lighter weight clothing options? I took a quick look and the thinnest I saw was cotton. Mostly looking to use this in early bow season when it’s 90° outside
I know you can get any of their jacket/clothing options uninsulated or insulated. I believe @mtsrunner has some of their ASAT stuff and it looks as if he's using it down south. He'll probably chime in on this mention.
 

phatkaw

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I have a bunch of Predator stuff. I love their patterns!
You can buy new stuff directly from them.
You can find older stuff on eBay if you keep watching...
Some of the older stuff goes for a ton of money!!!

My buddy stopped to bother me one day last week. As he was coming down the road he looked up on the hill just to look, I guess. Anyways, I was up there shooting my bow. He said he had do a double and a triple take to realize that it was me up there. I had an old school Predator camo t-shirt on and it broke up my silhouette enough to fool ol' Matt where most other camo I'd have looked like a dark blob out in the open...
And that was just with a t-shirt!
 
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Matki15

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I have a bunch of Predator stuff. I love their patterns!
You can buy new stuff directly from them.
You can find older stuff on eBay if you keep watching...
Some of the older stuff goes for a ton of money!!!

My buddy stopped to bother me one day last week. As he was coming down the road he looked up on the hill just to look, I guess. Anyways, I was up there shooting my bow. He said he had do a double and a triple take to realize that it was me up there. I had an old school Predator camo t-shirt on and it broke up my silhouette enough to fool ol' Matt where most other camo I'd have looked like a dark blob out in the open...
That’s the main reason I’m looking to switch, my buddy was going through pictures he took during last hunting season and one was me up a tree about 30 yards away and I looked like one big blob
 

phatkaw

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There is some spring green long sleeve t-shirts on eBay now.
They are X Large or I'd buy one... (I'm a midget)
 

phatkaw

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Early season AND you're from the South, spring green would probably work best to keep you hidden from other people.
I think either pattern would fool deer and turkeys!
 

Dewey

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I have most of the Predator stuff. Great camo and I think it’s by far the best pattern. Early season I like Spring Green and then switch to Brown Deception or Fall Gray later after leaf drop. I’m amazed how much less I get picked out in a tree now compared to other patterns I used over the last 30+ years.
 
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