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Thanks Grey Ghost Gear!

During a recent trip to the Great Northwest, I stopped by Grey Ghost Gear. As I was guided through their facility I spied a curious roll of fabric upon a shelf. I innocently asked if they would make a pack for me from the fabric. This Stealth Operator Pack is what they presented to me. Thanks guys!


Do you know what this rare pattern is (yes, I know what it is or I wouldn’t have asked for the pack)?


41 Responses to “Thanks Grey Ghost Gear!”

  1. Mike Perry says:


  2. Alan says:

    I really like that pattern of camo,and the pack is nice also.

  3. Will says:

    I think that pattern would be exceptional here in central ID.

  4. Kevin says:

    Brookwood. I would like to see more gear in this pattern.

  5. Frazzle says:

    brookwood: aka clown barf

  6. Bill says:

    I have the same pack in A-TACS FG. I love it, nice size pack when you don’t want one too large.

  7. norbis says:

    One of the patterns I will not be wearing on my duty uniform…

  8. Bradkaf308 says:

    Has a bit of that retro WW2 german look to it. Running water colour style to it.

    • Trajan says:

      That’s what I was thinking. Looks like some sort of German camo.

    • Sal says:

      Looks like one of those experimental patterns the Army tested during WWII. IIRC they didn’t field them since they looked too close to German patterns from afar.

  9. Brian says:

    I think that looks fairly good. I can’t tell if the one color is a variation on foliage or if it is a grey tone. Worlds better than UCP. I wonder if that was the OCIE pattern.

  10. steveb says:

    Brookwood! Looks like the All Terrain Transitional variant. Hopefully, Shot Show 2014 will be a camo-fest like we’ve never seen.

  11. Qball says:

    Ok…I like that! I want one!

  12. Tackleberry says:

    Nice, I dig that pattern, want.

  13. luck says:

    Any chance Grey Ghost will add it to there line?

  14. chris says:

    What can you report about the facility???

  15. johnjones says:

    1st grader’s art project.

  16. Bushman says:

    Brookwood reminds me both Austrian and Swiss patterns in the same time. Both are great for their purposes, and Brookwood, possibly, combines their best features.

  17. Jason says:

    Different and cool. Oddly enough I think I would buy one in that pattern.

  18. Molon Labe says:

    ahhh….WW2 USMC helmet cover duckhunter? Drunken Aussie cam? Planters Mixed nuts?

  19. subchasr says:

    Looks like an Australian pattern, (if they had green trees to blend in with). Just kidding.

  20. ST Doc says:

    I still hold that it looks like a child’s water coloring. While I think that pack looks pretty sweet, I think that’s just the novelty of the pattern. Not sure what’s going on with the blue in there.

    • Glenno says:

      Is it blue, grey, black, or you do you need to reset the color profile of your monitor? That is the problem with assessing any camo pattern and color way on the Internet. How can one be sure that one is seeing what it is really like? If you have any doubts, just visit any of the online stores and check out the huge variations between pics of Multicam, ATACS, and other well know patterns.

      It kind of creates a new category for camo to go with desert, woodland and transitional – on-line (the only true digital camo)!

  21. Steven S says:

    Transitional water colored camo. lol

    For those who want a better look at the patterns:

    • matty says:

      Whoa! Good link brother.

    • Glenno says:

      When you see the sample on your link, it really looks nothing like Aust pattern camo, which is way more ‘duck hunter’ in appearance and has a completely different color way. BTW, thanks for the link, it is excellent.

  22. T64K says:

    That’s some trophy you got there.

  23. Mateo says:

    First thing it reminded me of was the WW2 USMC camo pattern, but with the darker WW2 German colors.

    Does remind me off water-color but this is a camo pack I would carry on campus…

  24. jjj0309 says:

    Brookwood doesn’t look that bad after all. Well, at least to me.

  25. Stryker Magnum says:

    I don’t want camo from anybody else, when I think of Brookwood I touch myself.