When we set out to create the new camo pattern for Pnuma we knew it would be a difficult task. Just like everything at Pnuma we would be challenged to achieve what is generally considered unachievable: create one camo pattern that works well in all environments, in all seasons, and at all distances.
To be universally effective we knew our pattern would have to have a heightened chameleon factor. To do that we had to consider more than just the perspective of the human eye and environmental surroundings. We also had to have a solid understanding of the color-specific eyesight of the wildlife we hunt. The Pnuma camouflage pattern would need to work hard, not requiring the hunter to change position, get in or out of sunlight, hunt only from certain trees, or purchase different patterns for different hunting scenarios.