Swedish Snow Blind / White Camo

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Re: Swedish Snow Blind / White Camo

Postby trilobyte » Mon Apr 02, 2012 11:41 am

I don't see any similarity between white camo and aluminet shade cloth, and resurrecting a 2006 thread to throw a link for a different kind of product seems a bit odd. Giving this a nudge over to the shelter & camping board (when we created the new sub-boards we only did a 3 year lookback through Q&A to move threads, so this one had been missed).

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Re: Swedish Snow Blind / White Camo

Postby Bob » Wed Apr 04, 2012 3:24 pm

By coincidence, I just obtained a section of the OP's Swedish camo today at a local junkyard for five bucks (only piece they had). A few tears here and there, but mostly in good shape, and I love the pattern.

AFAIK wind resistance hung over a hippie teepee frame (as opposed to artillery) isn't the primary design criteria for camo netting, nor is sun shading, nor sparkle ponies catching their 12-inch heels and ripping the shit out of it, so I think it will do fine hanging over some random object in camp.
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