Snow Military Camouflage Netting
This net features a standard snow camouflage netting, with a white color on one side and a light gray color on the other. This netting blends in among all winter-white terrain.
Military Reinforced netting is standard camo netting with a structural mesh net added. This improves the strength of the netting and allows it to span larger areas. The outer edges of the net have a 7mm shock cord perimeter to support the entire net structure.
Both the Paracord and mesh backing are secured to the net with stainless steel rings for added strength and durability. All 4 corners have strong, Paracord loops which function as attachment points - ideal for hanging or for providing shade cover. Nets can be easily joined together to create larger configurations.
Available in 2 sizes:
- 10 ft x 10 ft - weighs 4 pounds
- 10 ft x 20 ft - weighs 7.5 pounds
|FEATURES||Military Reinforced Camo Netting|
|100% Waterproof (Rot and Mold Resistant)||✔️|
|Made with Rip-Stop Material||✔️|
|Quiet and Rustle Free||✔️|
|Pliable in Extreme Temperatures||✔️|
|Reversible Color Combinations||✔️|
|Treated to Eliminate Shine and Glare||✔️|
|3D Camo Pattern (versus solid colors on both sides)||❌|
|Structural Mesh Backing (tough mesh layer for added strength)||✔️|
|Fire Retardant Treatment (passes NFPA70)||❌|
I love these. I used two to close in and shade my carport. I hung white tarps behind it to give some privacy. The netting breaks it up so you can't tell. My house, truck and netting are all white. They blend together nicely.
Installed over my outdoor dining table, provides shade and looks great.
Love this winter camo , it will totally complete my winter kit.solidly built , will probably get a second one for my truck, got a set of spreaders years ago so 20x20 would be perfect
We installed this over a new deck using coated wire supports. Works great and everyone loves it.
I ordered this to tackle a privacy issue between neighbors house and our porch. Hung drapery rod, used clips. Perfect. House is white , so used snow camo; but other options would work as well.