You know how they say that Ungulates only see in Yellow, Blue, and Grey.
They don't see shades of Green or Red.
Well, I have seen camo demos done by professionals that have a guy in the bush, and they have removed the color to simulate a game animal.
But, I never had seen it done with two patterns side by side.
So, I decided to give it a try.
I grabbed some camo and took them out for a drive.
So you have a full color version, then a version with Red and Green colors removed.
I am by no means an expert in animal vision, and as you can clearly see, I did not attempt to hide the clothing in its environment.
This was not a comparison to see what is better, KUIU or SITKA. Obviously I am a fan of both.
It was more or less, just for fun. For my own personal information.
But, I thought some here, might find it interesting.
Clearly, each has their place, and if you attempted to blend in by positioning yourself, the results would improve for both patterns.
What I found most interesting was that the KUIU Verde pattern is very green, but when you sucked the green out of the photo, the colors and pattern did not change much at all.
The Sitka, being mostly treys and browns, I would not expect to change much.
But the KUIU really surprised me.