Raider Concealment’s layered and randomized geometry is created through an effective blending of color, texture, and form to break up the human outline and blend it like no other abstract pattern can.
For nearly 30 years camouflage patterns have evolved from military-inspired abstract designs toward hyper-realistic depictions of natural elements. The reality is that while these patterns are pretty to look at, all of that detail just doesn’t matter in the field or the treestand. Camouflage was developed to break up the human outline and blend the user into a variety of different environments. In order to achieve this patterns need to be abstract and non-specific. Raider Concealment excels in randomized concealment technology and the outdoor industry has taken notice.