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Lynx Pattern

Lynx Pattern is a signature of WeatherWool ... we developed the pattern ourselves, and it is copyrighted.

Lynx is a Natural pattern, copied from the foreleg of a Lynx. Our thinking was that the fur of the Lynx is not only very effective camouflage in a wide variety of Natural settings, but that it is also very beautiful AND would not be perceived by the general public as a camouflage pattern. Our own extensive testing has shown all of this to be true.

This page shows Lynx Pattern in a variety of settings ...

These first few photos, showing Lynx against the bark of various trees, are courtesy of Advisor David Alexander:

 

 

WeatherWool Advisor David Alexander is a professional Naturalist who provided us with several photos comparing Lynx Pattern to the bark of several different types of trees, including this Chestnut Oak
Above, Lynx Pattern and Chestnut Oak
  
WeatherWool Advisor David Alexander is a professional Naturalist who provided us with several photos comparing Lynx Pattern to the bark of several different types of trees, including this Hemlock
Above, a Hemlock. Below, David in a Norway Spruce. 
WeatherWool Advisor David Alexander is a professional Naturalist who provided us with several photos comparing Lynx Pattern to the bark of several different types of trees, including the upper branches of a hemlock
 
WeatherWool Advisor David Alexander is a professional Naturalist who provided us with several photos comparing Lynx Pattern to the bark of several different types of trees, including this White Pine
Above, White Pine

 

 WeatherWool Lynx Pattern is very difficult to see in the brush and grass of South Texas

Lynx Pattern in South Texas

12 November 2019