SC2 Lightweight Tech Hoodie

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Our SC2 camo pattern will take your spring camouflage game to whole new level. You can still count on Natural Gear's scientifically derived, nature-based camo pattern. However, now you will benefit further with an added touch of green to keep you expertly hidden in lusher areas. Natural Gear's ultra Lightweight Tech Hoodie is a perfect choice for those warm days chasing gobblers on the ground or early Fall bow hunting in a tree.  The stretch polyester fabric is fast drying and cooling so you can stalk and climb without burning up on those spring and early fall hunts.  This warm weather hoodie offers a built in stretch hood and tapered sleeves to stay in place while reaching and climbing and the fabric is soft and quiet to keep you concealed in the field.

  • 100% Polyester Stretch Material
  • Fast Drying and Cooling Technology
  • Built in Stretch Hood
  • Lightweight
  • Breathable
  • Tapered Sleeves
  • True-Cut
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Naturalgear Patterns

SC2 Green

The SC2 (Science 2) was added to the Natural Gear family in 2004 for use in heavy lush green vegetation, which is an excellent option for Spring and Early Fall hunts. Utilizing the same science as the Original Natural Pattern, an additional layer of mossy green provides an extra lush color palette.

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    SC2 Lightweight Tech Hoodie

    Posted by John on Apr 28th 2020

    Looks great, can't wait for next season to try it out. Quality construction and fits great!

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