Demorph

Austria’s X JAGD clothing company is entering the U.S. hunting market in a big way.

 

X JAGD, the acclaimed Austrian-based clothing company, is now offering the U.S. consumer a full line of men’s and women’s parkas, jackets, pants, long- and short-sleeve shirts, base layers, socks, headgear, scarves, and gaiters exclusively through Steyr Arms.

X JAGD’s Demorphing collection helps hunters disappear completely. With five patterns available, finding the perfect pattern for a local, out-of-state, or international hunt has never been easier.

The Woodland Effect is best suited for areas with dense forest vegetation.

The Mountain Effect is the perfect choice for medium and high altitudes mainly characterized by stone and rock formations.

The Savanna Effect is best used when hunting in areas of dry sand, stone, and earth formations, as well as grasslands such as African hunting grounds.

The Tundra Effect is ideal for any kind of snow-covered region, including high-altitude rocky areas and highlands.

The Flash Effect was designed to conceal hunters from animals and allow them to be seen by other hunters. It combines a maximum amount of camouflage with the highest level of blaze orange and can be used across all kinds of hunting grounds with different vegetation.

X JAGD combines the most technologically advanced designs with exceptional outdoor materials in order to offer top-tier performance and reliability at all times. These “intelligent” materials must fulfill certain special requirements in regard to hunting, whether it is heat management, anti-piling, or moisture wicking. A few of the featured technologies are THERMOLITE Insulation, KEEP HEAT Lining, Pontetorto Fleece, CORDURA, Pontetorto Softshell, HEROX, and Tencil.

To review the X JAGD clothing line, visit the webstore at xjagd-usa.com; for a limited time, customers will receive a 15 percent discount on their online orders. Those attending the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits expo can view X JAGD clothing in the Steyr Booth (#3258) in Atlanta April 28-30, 2017.