Aqua Design Voyager clothing line

The new patterns and four new colors are based on photographs taken underwater looking up

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Aqua Design, an Idaho-based apparel company specializing in water-camouflage fishing wear, released its Voyager line, which includes a host of new products such as shirts, wading pants, hats and shorts. The premise behind the splashy prints are to blend anglers in with their surroundings, and the company says that its Voyager line represents "our stealthiest fishing clothes ever."

The new patterns and four new colors are based on photographs taken underwater looking up toward typical backgrounds and light conditions in both freshwater and saltwater environments, mimicing the fish's view. Aqua Design says that recent improvements in printing technology have allowed them to translate more effectively what the camera has captured over to cloth. As a result, the water print has an enhanced depth-of-field that appears three-dimensional. The apparel also features strategically placed pockets and tool attachments and, according to Aqua Design, wicks moisture quickly.

Visit www.aquadesign.com for more information.