Camo Netting

Camouflage Netting - The History

The camo net or camouflage netting came into existence in the late nineteenth century, although camouflage as a whole started a lot earlier than that. In WW I, the French were the first to use netting. It was hand painted and used to cover buildings and vehicles. The snipers even used it. With the French having a great success with it, other countries decided they would merge it into the armies. It forever changed the tactics of warfare.

We have cheap camouflage netting sold by the metre as well as large army camo nets measuring up to 5m x 5m.

Woodland camo netting
Woodland camo netting

Camouflage Netting - The Uses

Today the camo net has a lot of uses, and not just for the Armed Services. There are many uses for the camo net in the civilian arena. Hunters use the netting for hiding duck blinds, concealing their vehicles, covering up their tree stands as well. Some campers like a true to life camping experience so they use the camo net to cover up their vehicles and camp sites to help them blend more into the landscape. You can also use the netting in the back yard to hide unsightly messes. It is now even used as decoration material.

Our British army camo netting is available in 9 x 5 feet sizes, and we also have Camouflage net tarps.

Camouflage Netting - The Patterns

Camo net comes in a variety of patterns and sizes. There is army, sky, shadow, woodland, and winter netting. They come in all different shapes, colors, and sizes. The netting, made from a strong, durable, light-weight, and water-resistant material that's made to last year after year. Since the camo net comes in such an array of sizes, colors and designs the price you pay will vary some. But as a general rule the camo net costs about as much as a standard tarp does.

Camouflage Netting - The Final Thought

With such a lot of uses and designs, no matter what you use it for, you can't go wrong with the camo net.