According to Under Armour designers, the new pattern (below) incorporates “coincidental disruption technology by using irregular shapes and angles, making the hunter practically invisible in the wild.”
The camo doesn’t attempt to mimic true-to-life branches, bark, grasses, leaves and rocks; instead it utilizes a no-background pattern technology, which weakens an animal’s natural ability to perceive complete forms. In other words, it breaks up your outline.
In addition to selling tops and bottoms in Ridge Reaper Barren, Under Armour will also put the new camo pattern on hats, gloves, boots, backpacks and binocular straps. Click here to see the current offerings.