We'd like to invite you to take a look at a totally new camouflage pattern. We've developed this pattern from over ten years of research, learning the positive and negative aspects of nearly every camouflage pattern in existence, taking literally thousands of photographs in every conceivable terrain and season across the country, along with talking to sportsmen just like yourself from every walk of life, combining the best attributes of several different military and sportsman's patterns.


ENIGMA© is a unique blend of the knowledge gained and knowing what the true hunter wants and expects from what he wears in the field. We've started this business to cater to the discriminating hunter, to give you the high performance fabrics and configurations you've been asking for years. Our main objective in starting this company is to offer the highest quality fabrics and clothing for a reasonable price, along with the very best customer service in the business.


We're offering BDU Pants, BDU Blouses, Bibs, Field Shirts and Bow Hunters Jackets, made in a high performance fabric called WolfSkin, with much more to follow. Feel free to check out our products and ask questions.

Why It Works

The main difference between human and animal sight is that all animals lack the ultra violet filter that we have, meaning that in low light conditions these birds and animals can see several hundred times better than humans in UV frequencies, so when we wear UV bright clothing, be it camo or not, we literally glow in the dark. That is why we go through great pains to make certain ENIGMA™ Camouflage is made free of any UV brighteners or dyes!

The Proof

This is a full color photo of what we as humans, along with most birds and especially the wild turkey see, three color vision (trichromacy).

We know that deer, elk, moose and most other hoofed mammals (ungulates) see in shades of yellows and blues (dichromatic or two-color vision) during daylight hours.  This is a computer simulation of what we believe to be what dichromacy would look like through the eyes of our prey.

In low light conditions, when these animals are typically most active, they see in one-color vision, or black & white (monochromatic vision) as in this photo.

Here are some more examples