Kryptek Releases New Whitetail Camo

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posted on July 18, 2022
Skyfall

After launching the Obskura Transitional Camo pattern in 2021, Kryptek has developed a new colorway of the Obskura pattern exclusively for whitetail hunters: Skyfall. Effective worldwide with multi-environment flexibility, Kryptek Obskura dynamically breaks-up the user's outline for a lower probability of detection, and improves effectiveness of concealment at longer ranges with bolder, well-defined edges that cause abrupt transitions between colors and a multi-directional flow.

Skyfall Jacket

Now, Kryptek Skyfall provides specialized silhouette distortion for the dedicated whitetail hunter. The combination of Kryptek’s micro pattern with Obskura’s proven tiger-stripe technology makes Skyfall effective in close-contact settings. When the leaves turn and the temperature drops, Skyfall's blend of highlights and shadows deliver concealment high in a stand, in a blind or on the stalk.

Skyfall is available now in some of Kryptek’s best-selling collections, applicable from early- to late-season hunting such as ValhallaDaliborVellus and Njord plus rain gearinsulation pieces and accessories.

Skyfall Pants

Each collection features unique Kryptek technologies like Kryptek Cooling, which actively wicks sweat to quickly evaporate moisture, keeping users dry and cool, while X-Static Control eliminates human odors to prolong the life of garments and conceal scent from game.

For more information on this new pattern, visit kryptek.com.

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