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HECS Energy Cloak

Do deer and other game animals have a sixth sense? Many of the most experienced and successful bowhunters insist they do. For example, BOWHUNTING's own Randy Ulmer is one of the world's foremost mule deer hunters. No one else I know can match his track record for taking world-class muleys with a bow. Randy's goal when stalking a mature buck is to stalk to 40 yards, but no closer.

"If you get any closer than that," he said, "they seem to have a way of just knowing you're there." Science has proven that some species of fish, birds, turtles and mammals can detect electromagnetic fields. It is also proven that all living organisms, including humans, emit significant electromagnetic fields (EMF). This EMF radiates outward in waves that are readily detectable by modern instrumentation. The intensity of your body's EMF is directly correlated to muscle movement.

Increased muscle movement, such as a heightened heart-rate, creates a more intense EMF. Armed with this information, and with the insight of successful bowhunters, Human Energy Concealment Systems (or HECS for short) has introduced a new, proprietary fabric called Energy Cloak. The fabric consists of an electrically conductive, carbon fiber grid that is proven to contain your body's EMF.

So, what does this mean for bowhunters? It means there is a revolutionary new technology available that provides a scientifically proven defense against what's believed to be our quarry's sixth sense. HECS has incorporated this new technology into a complete head-to-toe apparel system that's been rigorously field tested with outstanding results.

The HECS system is available in Next G-1 camo and in sizes M-XXXL. To learn more on the science behind the HECS system and Energy Cloak fabric, begin by watching the informative video at and then visit their research page at MSRP: $149

Contact: Human Energy Concealment Systems LLC, 541-575-4327;


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