Segway Partners With TrueTimber for Camo Patterns

Using TrueTimber’s Prairie pattern means you can blend your Segway into almost any terrain.

2022 Segway Fugleman UT10X with TrueTimber Prairie camoSegway US

The first Segway Fugleman UTVs are rolling off US dealer showrooms and have officially made their way into customers hands. The Fugleman is Segway’s utility-focused rig engineered to be a useful tool for getting work done. Featuring a built-in dump bed, 1,500-pound payload capacity, and 2,500-pound towing capacity, this workhorse promises to deliver.

The folks at Segway have since announced they’ll be partnering with TrueTimber to release a trim package for hunters. TrueTimber’s camo option, dubbed Prairie, will only be made available on the more premium Fugleman UT10X with the 105 hp, 1,000cc gas engine, 4,500-pound front-mounted winch, and 10.4-inch touchscreen infotainment unit.

TrueTimber camo was born in 2005 when then-CEO Rusty Sellars snapped a picture of the scene below him while sitting in his treestand. That photo was molded into what’s now known as TrueTimber’s bestselling pattern, Camp. Many different patterns have been carefully crafted since then to hide the human silhouette in various terrains.

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