Kryptek has announced a new camo pattern technology with its Flyway waterfowl line. The Kryptek Flyway hunting series is the result of a collaboration between Kryptek and waterfowl experts from across North America, combining camouflage design processes with in-the-field research and testing.
The designs of the Kryptek Flyway series have been crafted to enhance concealment at varying ranges in diverse waterfowl habitats and seasons, spanning from the Atlantic to the Pacific. By leveraging technology and incorporating the experience of waterfowl-hunters, Kryptek Flyway caters specifically to the needs and demands of waterfowlers. Flyway's intricate hatch-like pattern yields a three dimensional look to a two dimensional surface, while the color and texture merges with the dormant vegetation found in waterfowl sanctuaries.
Butch Whiting, CEO of Kryptek, expressed his excitement about this new line, “Waterfowl hunting is done under some of the most grueling and strenuous conditions. For far too long, hunters have endured it without the proven comfort and reliability that Kryptek provides. That wait is finally over. With the Flyway series, waterfowl hunters can now enjoy the benefits of Kryptek's cutting-edge technology and stay concealed like never before. Flyway is a gamechanger.”
In keeping with the promise to live up to strenuous conditions, the initial Flyway offerings include the Ventus Handwarmer, Beanie and Neck Gaiter—all backed by fleece to keep out the cold. The Lykos II Jacket boasts synthetic insulation comparable to 800 fill power, while promising increased loft. For the lower half, Koldo pants mix extreme waterproofing with the ability to regulate body temperature through vented thighs, rugged durability, and cargo pockets for quick access to calls and gear.
In addition to the above, the Flyway line also boasts the water- and windproof Njord Jacket and Vest, the waterproof Koldo Jacket, the moisture-wicking Dallol Rugby Long Sleeve shirt and more. To see the full lineup visit kryptek.com.