Specter uses First Lite's nature-based algorithm (found in Fusion and Cipher) to create large-shape disruption for whitetail hunters.
This distorts and hides the human body, which inherently stands out in the natural environment.
The visual disruption is created by incorporating large regions of both light and dark colors (macro break up) found in the tree canopy.
These regions of dark and light work against the human figure at long engagement distances and angles specific to the whitetail hunter.
Small-Medium Texture Disruption
Using our nature-based algorithm that mimics naturally occurring patterns in combination with textures, shapes, and elements specific to tree stand hunting, we created a scattering of small-to-medium-sized elements (micro break up).
This effectively blends the hunter into their surroundings at close engagement distances and angles specific to the whitetail hunter.
Specter uses a finely tuned color palette to blend the body into its surroundings.
The pattern utilizes selective colors derived from whitetail regions: trees, leaves, limbs, and sky tones were all measured to create Specter's seven median colors.
Doing so also prevents 'blobbing' through controlled contrast, making Specter highly effective across varying distances, elevations, and focus points.
Focal and Depth Confusion
By carefully utilizing science-based disruptive shapes, Specter has an unmatched built-in sense of depth.
The pattern's elements create focal confusion and disruption that ensure deer are not able to pinpoint the human figure.
The contrast and disruptive coloration of Specter also confuse a deer’s peripheral vision, keeping hunters from being exposed.
Designed to function in a wide variety of environments (North to South and early season to late), Specter transitions between locations and seasons extremely well.
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