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Camouflage Recommendations

Any recommendations on quality camo that won’t break the bank. I had scentlok for the last 4 years and the pants and jacket are pretty wore out. Never bought scentlok for scent elimination purposes, just like the quality. Wasn’t real impressed with it the last time around. After one season the pants and jacket were pretty tore up and the zipper broke on the jacket.
I don’t buy camo to look pretty. I just want something that is durable and a good pattern to hide me in a tree. I also cover a lot of ground and go through thick cover so I needed something that can withstand thorns and getting snagged on branches.
I like to buy lightweight camo so I can wear it in all weather conditions. When it’s cold out I just layer up underneath.
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Natural Gear is worth a look for the price.
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I really like the Cabelas gear and their warranty is pretty solid from my past experiences.
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Anyone have any experience with Predator Camouflage?

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Been wearing the same set of Scentloc camo for 15 years +- on the cold days paints, shirt and jack Still in good shape.... Great quality.
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Anyone have any experience with Predator Camouflage?
Yes I bought a lined fleece predator camo outfit probably 4 seasons ago and it is the best outfit for bow hunting I ever had.
Had the scentblocker pro xt fleece outfit for years til I wore it out. Still wear the jacket scouting and stuff pants a gone.
I like the bigger pattern and break up with the predator camo it has worked well for me. The quality is great. I know they changed it some since the last time I bought.
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Predator camo is excellent up close or from a distance due to the larger open patterns. It's worked well for us for several years. Fall grey is great in a treestand.
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Jeans and a grey sweatshirt works for me...
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Jeans and a grey sweatshirt works for me...
I always preferred a loden colored sweat shirt.
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I always preferred a loden colored sweat shirt.
Yeah, and a nice pair of Mom jeans, not them new low cut ones.
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