Birdwatching Camo by HECS&reg; <br/> <br/>

HECS® wildlife clothing is the perfect combo for birdwatching enthusiasts. When your heart is beating and your muscles are contracting, you need HECS® birdwatching camo to block your the electrical energy your body puts out. Muscle movement produces electrical waves that birds can detect and your electrical energy prevents you from getting closer to them. HECS® is the only technology out on the market that blocks your energy and stops birds from detecting your presence.

Our birdwatching gear uses patented technology that features a highly conductive interlocking carbon fiber grid exclusively designed to block your electrical energy radiation. This carbon grid is woven into all HECS® fabrics and is comfortable, breathable and strong. We offer the most useful camo for birdwatchers, so now you can enjoy your hobby like never before.

Electrical energy shielding clothing is groundbreaking and enhances the adventures that photographers, researchers and other wildlife enthusiasts can have with their wild subjects. Our wildlife gear doesn't make you undetectable. Your scent, the noise you make and your motions will still be spotted by wildlife. However, our wildlife clothing blocks the body's natural electrical output so you'll appear more like an inanimate object.

There is a huge advantage to wearing our camo clothing when birdwatching, because the birds you're tracking down will behave in a more natural way.

HECS® wildlife camouflage has been featured on Animal Planet, Nat Geo and the Discovery Channel. The latest appearance of our clothing was spotted on History Channel's "Face the Beast," which showed just how close you can get in our camo. Our comfortable, breathable fabric material is great for mobility and can be worn as a base layer or worn by itself to get the same results. People everywhere use our tried and true patented technology for their outdoor recreation. For a more up close and personal experience, try our birdwatching camo today.

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