Camo Netting 101

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Camouflage netting was first used by the military back in 1939 during the WWII; the army forces used the camo netting to either cover the military equipment such as trucks or helicopters, but also to cover their tents and food from the enemy.

Nowadays camo nettings are commonly used not only by the military staff but also by hunters and paintball players.  Como netting can be placed directly in order to give protection without having to wear it. Camouflage netting can be put anywhere, because the flexible fabric is easy to move from one place to another, as well as it is easy to cut the camo netting in different sizes, depending on the purpose of it.

Camo netting comes in a multitude of sizes and patterns; from army netting, to woodland netting, to winter netting, to sky netting to shadow netting. They come in different sizes, shapes and colors. For instance; the army netting is the typical military netting used by the army forced and the netting comes in dark green, brown colors. The woodland netting is quite similar to the army netting; however the colors are more similar to the wood environment and they usually come in 3D, allowing the customer to blend in in the natural environment of woods. The winter netting camo comes in two colors – pale white and light brown/white. They are meant for the snowy regions and also come in different sizes, as needed. Sky nettings are usually light/dark blue nettings meant for either snowy regions and/or hunting.  The Shadow Netting is usually used for the desert territories such as Arizona and Nevada. They come in light/dark brown colors that allow the customer to blend in in the dirt and mud.

All camo nettings are made of 100% waterproof materials and they are friendly to the environment. A quiet rustle-free, non-glare camouflage net is an asset to any hunter in the field. They are lightweight, strong, durable and made to last season after season for a variety of purposes.

Get yourself the best camouflage nets at Camo Net USA.

 

 

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This article was published on 2011/01/09