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Part of our mission here at See3D is to actively engage youth in hunting, conservation and the outdoors. I am not alone in this vision it seems, the number of youth hunters between 6 and 17 has grown by a whopping 60% from 2007 to 2017. At the same time, the growth in hunting participation in the general population has stayed relatively level.
The leafy suit produced by this small start-up company is designed to be invisible to deer but visible to human hunters. The base is a suit of blaze orange, but the bright background color is subdued by shards of shaggy camouflage. Designer Barrie North says the suit is designed to promote hunter safety in the deer woods.
Hunters in Maryland are now required to wear hunter orange on private land.
Landowners who hunt on their own property have always been exempt from the hunter orange requirements. No more.
Over the last few weeks, here at See3D we have been contacted by a number of female hunters asking about our 3D camo suits. It seems that the whole pink camouflage movement has not been that appealing to women hunters.
At See3D™ we have developed technology that allows us to take and view photos of what deer see. To our knowledge, it is the most accurate representation of deer vision to date.
Check out what the Blaze Orange of the See3D suit looks like to deer.
Over the last few years, more and more research has been done on how deer actually see color. Obviously, this has been closely followed by hunters, as this research has a direct impact on the camouflage they use. So let's do a review of the research and answer the question, "how exactly do deer see color"?
Take a look the camo aisle of any hunting store and you see a lot of camouflage that was made to trick hunter’s eyes more than deer. You will see hunters grabbing the latest and greatest camo jackets and pants and heading for the checkout.
If you have been to a hunter safety class, you will have been told the reason is “safety”. Deer cannot distinguish the color, but your fellow hunters can, and for that reason, wearing blaze orange helps enhance safe hunting. But the truth is more complicated, perhaps this post should be called “why don’t hunters wear blaze orange?”
Strafford, Vermont, April 5th, 2017 – See3D Camo, founded by a son and father team, is launching a new product that rethinks hunter safety wear. The See3D Camo suit is an orange leafy suit that incorporates safety orange and “3D leaf” technology to greatly improve how the hunter’s outline blends into their surroundings. The new suit makes them invisible to deer, yet highly visible to other hunters.
Camo Suit Sizing
Our Camo Suits are cut baggy and designed, if needed, to go over the top of other clothes.
For example, here in Vermont late deer season can get cold with snow on the ground, so our suits are cut to wear a warm coat underneath.
Our sizes are organized by height:
- Medium/Large 5' 6" - 6"
- Large/Extra Large 6' - 6' 6"
- Extra Large/Extra Extra Large > 6' 6"
If you are hunting in an area where you won't be layering, then these sizes can be ordered as is.
If you anticipated layering bulky clothes or are heavier for your height, then consider a size up.