Who doesn’t love camo?Â The good folks over at KitUp! this morning had a great write up on a new camo technology from Cabela’s called ColorPhase.
Unfortunately, camouflage can get pretty expensive and, if you hunt multiple types of game in different seasons of the year, your wallet will quickly feel the effects of your obsession with the outdoors. Cabela’s has a plan to remedy your need for multiple articles of camouflage and help your budget with one quick dose â€“ and I wonder how this might impact things from a tactical perspective.
Cabela’s has launched their line of camouflage,Â ColorPhase, which is a rapid-change, temperature activated dye that alters the appearance of the fabric as the temperature rises or falls. The camouflage is currently available in Cabela’s Zonz Woodlands Warm and Cold Phase and Western Warm and Cold Phase patterns (seen below).
You can read more here.
I don’t know about you, but I think this technology looks pretty awesome. Even if you aren’t crazy about the Cabela’s patterns, think about this technology in your favorite pattern and how much more effective one pattern would be with the ability to change based on the season (ambient temperature).
Could be a game changer.