Suunto Traverse Alpha Camouflage

Sep 29, 2017

Category: Gear

When it comes to premier hiking watches, Suunto dominates much of the market. And for good reason, their precision instruments are rarely matched in both form and functionality. Now, the reliable brand is releasing two new models into the Traverse Alpha family: the Woodland and Concrete.

Both iterations host a camouflage design along with a dark knurled stainless steel bezel and either a green or grey camo patterned strap. In terms of sheer functionality, each option boasts a slew of outdoor-friendly features catered to activities such as fishing, hunting, and hiking. Also, with up to 100 hours of battery life and embedded GPS, multi-day hikes into the wilderness are a breeze. Additional features include automatic shot detection, a moon phase calendar, POI types to mark trails and a customizable red backlight that’s even night vision friendly. Available now through various retailers.

Purchase: $490+

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