Trail Guard is a hunter's dream hidey hole because it hides the wearer visually from the prey and as well, hides the hunter's scent.
New York, NY, December 10, 2014 (Newswire.com) - The five senses of a human are vision, hearing, smell, taste and touch and are similar in animals— but in the case of smell, for instance— to a much higher degree. That problem as well as visual is handled with ease by the Trail Guard. This new rubber mesh suit occludes scent transmission to anything touched by the suit while hunting. Not only that it is available in different camouflage colors such as real-tree oak, mossy oak and more. The Trail Guard is an outer layer suit made of several functional pieces that act in conjunction as a set of scent-occluding rubber covers for hunters.
The intent of the design is to cover most of the exterior of the user's body, allowing the user to interact directly with the surrounding physical environment without fear of transferring unwanted scents to prey. The various pieces of the system are adjustable and able to go over the boots of the user because there are zippers on both seams. The mesh like nature of the pieces makes it easy to adorn with twigs, leaves, flowers and other materials which increases the wearers stealth, both visibly and in the scent spectrum.
"Trail Guard is reminiscent of the Ghillie suits sometimes worn by military personnel to avoid detection by an enemy combatant. In this case the hunted object is an animal such as a deer, elk, moose or others.This camouflage clothing is designed to resemble heavy foliage and works perfectly for the avid hunter."
Christopher Daniels, Inventor
The Patent Pending Trail Guard was invented by Christopher Daniels of Biglerville, PA who said, “The Trail Guard is comfortable to wear and an effective way for hunters to ensure they are not inadvertently revealed to their prey by way of an accidentally-dispersed smell. One tip when putting the Trail Guard on is to begin and end with the gloves so the hands do not transfer any additional human scent while robing or disrobing. Successful hunters will affirm that Trail Guard works!”
EDITOR’S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107 New York, NY 10123. Tel: 212-620-2629 www.invents.com/invention/?page=Trail-Guard