At TrueTimber® Camo, we don’t source from the
Imagination. We source from the Land, the Trees, the Grass.
We source from the Hunt. Nothing Fake, nothing Painted, because there’s a Difference between Looking Real and Being Real. That’s why we use only the Highest Resolution Digital Imagery to Craft the most Innovative Camouflage
Patterns ever made.
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- Some might say that green symbolizes both the beginning and end of seasons for hunters. From the foggy mornings of Turkey Season in May, to crisp September afternoons during Archery Season - HTC Spring conceals hunters against the remaining color of recent foliage. The perfect mix of oak limbs, leaves, and twigs dissolves movement into various green landscape patterns. For those who chase game year round, HTC Spring follows one season’s end, only to join another season's beginning.
- While drafting a new wetland and fowl camouflage, the primary focus was to establish a pattern that was reliable and could blend with multiple landscapes. If there’s one thing that is for certain when birds are flying overhead, a hunter’s camo pattern is just as important as their shotgun, or good ol’ retriever.
The end result has become: DRT™ (Dead Right There). The brown and grey contrast is dark enough for swamps and wetlands, and there’s just enough hazy yellow coloration for cattails and CRP fields. Gettin’ close is no longer an issue.
- Designed with western terrain in mind, MC2 blends sagebrush, rock, prairie grasses and open zones with contrasting shadows of light and dark vegetation. The diverse pattern of elements combines to camouflage you in prairies, croplands, covered hillsides, and even desert and rocky terrain. Shadows add depth and perception to this earth-toned, high-resolution pattern that provides true concealment to hunters in almost any environment.
- A hazy tan background sets the tone for this deep woods inspired camouflage. The contrast of green and aged leaves provide a balance of both mid and late seasons. As the backdrop falls amidst thick oak limbs, leaves, and twigs, the entirety of this pattern dissolves into the multiple landscapes we hunt. HTC rivals only Mother Nature's definition, yet its openness provides enough depth to challenge all eyes of the woods.