2021 SKRE New Solace Pattern Releases along with Summit, Mnt Stealth Reviews

realunlucky

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Rokslide its a new year so time for a everyone to post up thier thoughts on how SKRE Gear preformed for them during 2020. Looks like lots of new things coming down the pipe from SKRE Gear in 2021 and the launch of the SOLACE Pattern
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I bought a hardscrabble jack on clearance and some used hardscrabble pants. I have been using them to hog hunt . So far 5 hunts 5 kills I think these things are really lucky lol. Temps have gotten down to the high 30s with light wind. I wear a menero base layer and a cheap vest and have been warm. The hardscrabble seems to stop the wind well. Running around on the side by side can get a little cool but not bad. Here in California there is a lot of moisture in the air and it can chill you prety quickly. I havent caught a hog in a brush pile yet to see how this stuff holds up but it seems tough so far. Also will add the pit zips and leg vents are awesome when your chasing dogs in the mountains and get hot they help a lot.

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I placed a order too. I have the hardscrabble jacket and pants currently. I have been very happy with skre.

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Skre has most of their base layer in the pattern granite for 40% off. CE31776F-5928-4595-BFF7-72F635CA3F7C.jpeg
 
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Ryan.kemp14

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I found this mule deer shed stuck in between two logs. It was super windy, I had my hardscrabble pants and kaibab pants. Stayed warm, after 1 year of using this gear I am still super happy with it. I can’t wait to get my lost peak jacket in Solace. It will look really good in this country. D1B1700D-D464-46C7-AA87-67F70ACAD2D5.jpeg
 
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Ryan.kemp14

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So, I got my SKRE Lost peak coat in Solace today. My first impression on the Solace pattern is it is a lot darker then on the website. The Solace would look the best in burned timber and rocky setting, but will also look really good in most backgrounds. MTN-Stealth looks good in mostly the dark timber. The Mountain stealth has a little of the digital pattern compared to the the Solace and summit layered having more of the natural look. Mountain stealth mostly has the colors; dark grey, dark green, and light and dark brown. All of these colors are combined. Solace is consists of tan, faded black light grey and a dirt brown. These colors are in layers, giving it that more natural look. Summit consists of Green, tan, grey, brown and black. This would do good with young pine trees and juniper trees. Solace excels at fitting in with the new growth, like in the rocky mountains, also in burned timber. Mtn stealth fits in if you are sitting a tree stand for whitetail in trees like oak, or black oak. It also does really good in the western sage brush fields. Summit works good in the new growth and young trees. 43F5C188-DC2D-4BD3-A10D-DD0D88C8D927.jpeg
 

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So, I got my SKRE Lost peak coat in Solace today. My first impression on the Solace pattern is it is a lot darker then on the website. The Solace would look the best in burned timber and rocky setting, but will also look really good in most backgrounds. MTN-Stealth looks good in mostly the dark timber. The Mountain stealth has a little of the digital pattern compared to the the Solace and summit layered having more of the natural look. Mountain stealth mostly has the colors; dark grey, dark green, and light and dark brown. All of these colors are combined. Solace is consists of tan, faded black light grey and a dirt brown. These colors are in layers, giving it that more natural look. Summit consists of Green, tan, grey, brown and black. This would do good with young pine trees and juniper trees. Solace excels at fitting in with the new growth, like in the rocky mountains, also in burned timber. Mtn stealth fits in if you are sitting a tree stand for whitetail in trees like oak, or black oak. It also does really good in the western sage brush fields. Summit works good in the new growth and young trees. View attachment 284243

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I still think that most are too dark from a true 'profile break up' concept........ASAT still one of my favorites, along with Predator camo.....
 

Ryan.kemp14

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So the other day I got my Lost peak Coat in solace and decided to take it turkey hunting, to try it out. We ended up getting a gobble that kept getting closer each time. I was lucky enough to be the shooter and see this bird at 22 yards. 43AAB708-B2D1-480F-9474-47CF4CF575AF.jpeg
 
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