Our clothing’s excellent reputation within the rifle hunting and bow hunting communities is based upon performance where it counts…in the field. Developed by the late Ted Ranck, our cold weather clothing system allows you to experience the outdoors from –40°F to +60°F with the least amount of layering and the greatest amount of freedom. Field proven by hunters throughout the United States and beyond, our clothing system will increase the quality of your outdoor experience and reward you with a level of comfort that you never thought possible.
The Sleeping Indian® advantage is not just a catch phrase but a way of life. It is about staying comfortable in all outdoor situations. The advantage is the longevity of the products, with users enjoying 25+ years of ownership. It is the stealth of wool; it is about helping to ensure your survival when temperatures drop to a frigid -30 degrees. Sleeping Indian® has gone above and beyond in every aspect of our clothing. From the engineering of our camo patterns to the research and development that goes into every garment. We invite any of today’s technical fabrics to compete in stealth, longevity, and comfort in harsh conditions. In addition, Sleeping Indian is ALL AMERICAN MADE!Read The blog post
Sleeping Indian’s wool colors provide maximum concealment in a wide variety of seasons and terrain. It is one reason our clients include police and military special teams where stealth and concealment are a matter of life or death.
Many animals readily recognize variations in contrast, and their attention is drawn toward abrupt changes. Our Sleeping Indian® camo patterns are woven into the fabric, creating a softly blended edge of color rather than a sharp unnatural line. Our low contrast camo pattern uses predominantly horizontal elements, mixed with diagonal. This effectively eliminates hard vertical lines, making it much more difficult to be seen.
In addition to our low contrast pattern, wool naturally has the beneficial characteristic of absorbing light. The amount of glare and shine commonly experienced in many other fabrics is non-existent in wool. We did not design that; nature did. This natural characteristic further enhances the garments concealment capabilities by allowing the material to blend in remarkably well to the natural terrain when exposed to elements of either direct light or shadow.