Under Armour Ridge Reaper Comes To Sportsman’s Guide

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The wait is over! Under Armour® Ridge Reaper is now available at Sportsman’s Guide®.

Ridge Reaper works in a variety of ranges and in multiple environments using a “no background” approach. Unlike replicating like-like images of elements found in certain terrains, Ridge Reaper’s effectiveness is through the use of two key technologies:

Coincidental Disruption.

The seemingly random patterns on the gear are by no means abstract art. Instead, the irregular shapes and their angles obscure your silhouette.

No-background Color Algorithm.

That’s some seriously fancy terminology that works to the core of the concept of camouflage. It gets fancier. This technology uses contextual color theory and a variety of gradation. As a result, the changes in color create a pattern that totally messes with depths while conforming with tints, tones, and textures found in the field.

Both come together to weaken your prey’s ability to make-out your complete shape, keeping you undetected. And because it’s Under Armour®, you know it’s high-performing. So the jackets and pants we offer include breathable DWR protection and anti-odor technology…all in lightweight, quiet, 4-way stretch fabric.

As of now we are featuring Ridge Reaper Barren, which works best in areas of limited foliage. Hello, western/open plain hunters! Here’s our exclusive video on the Early Season Jacket and Pants. Shop Ridge Reaper and all of our selection of Under Armour® at SportsmansGuide.com!

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