Plantation Pine Camo

Discussion in 'Equipment Discussions' started by sewwhat89, Sep 24, 2007.

  1. sewwhat89

    sewwhat89 Well-Known Member

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    A guy I graduated Forestry school with has finalized and is now producing his own line of camo clothing. Take a look at it if you hunt in the timber out West or in the Pineywoods of the Eastern US. Trust me, you will love it!

    Plantation Pine Camo

    Stephen
     
  2. CAM

    CAM Well-Known Member

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    sewwhat89
    Must be good stuff I couldnot even see it on the web page! LOL
    Hard to tell if you like it with out pictures of the pattern.
    Good luck to your friend, tell him to get those pics up!!

    CAM
     

  3. NYLES

    NYLES Well-Known Member

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    Would be some excellent camo in the pine belt!
     
  4. sewwhat89

    sewwhat89 Well-Known Member

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    You have to click on the pants to see the pattern iirc or the Photo gallery at the bottom.
     
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    Varmint Hunter Well-Known Member

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    The images would have ben a lot more impressive if he had camoed the hunter's face and hands. As an advertisement, he stuck out like white on rice.

    In this highly competitive field, marketing is everything.

    Just my 2 cents & good luck to your friend.
     
  6. CAM

    CAM Well-Known Member

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    Sorry about that! I didn't see the Photo gallery!

    Just goes to show I'm a "LITTLE SLOW" and not very good with puters!

    Looks good
    CAM
     
  7. sewwhat89

    sewwhat89 Well-Known Member

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    I told him the same thing; however, I think that was his point. You can see the human element, but you cannot see the camo. I am waiting to hear back from him about the facemask. If he doesn't have one in the wings, I will be cutting up a small t-shirt to make my own. I think I might just have to retire my NatGear . . . at least for bowseason in the pines.