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After the new pattern as announced at the Delta Waterfowl Duck Hunters Expo, Realtree needed a way for enthusiasts to get a closer look. SCS stepped up to create a mobile-focused site where Duck Hunters around the world could immerse themselves in the Max-7 products, and the marshes and waterways that inspired them.
Central to duck-hunting and the Realtree Max-7 camouflage is the “X” - the optimal spot where hunters create their hide and wait for birds to fly overhead. Just like Realtree’s new Max 7 camo pattern allows hunters to find their ‘X’, SCS incorporated the X as a central design element in the site.
SCS worked to synchronize the site launch with this year’s announcement at Delta. Since the site went live this week, duck hunters from North America, South America, Europe, and Australia have accessed the site to get their first look at the Max-7. The result has been a site that finds the X for us, Realtree, and enthusiasts.
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