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Pro Tapes – MultiCam Cloth Concealment Tape

Manufactured by Pro Tapes, this cloth concealment tape features the licensed MultiCam pattern.

 

Essentially, it’s gaffer’s tape, of you’re familiar with the term. The vinyo coated cotton cloth tape is printed in MultiCam (other colors and patterns also available) and features a matte finish with a natural rubber adhesive which leaves no residue. It will adhere to steel, wood, plastic, rubber, fabric, glass and nylon.

Made in the USA and available in 2″ x 10yd rolls from www.tacticaldistributors.com.

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17 Responses to “Pro Tapes – MultiCam Cloth Concealment Tape”

  1. BravoMike says:

    How is this different from McNett Camo-Form?

    • SSD says:

      Two totally different materials. The McNett fabric is a wider weave.

    • Nick says:

      The camo-form is self adhering, this stuff is sticky like duct/duck tape but a little more durable along the lines of hockey tape

  2. Daniel says:

    Finally I have something to deal with my straps that isn’t electrical tape.

    BravoMike, camo-form is more like a self adhesing ace bandage, while this is like gaffers tape (if you don’t know what that is, basically duct tape with a different material as backing to the adhesive.)

    • ThatBlueFalcon says:

      Yep. Gaffer’s tape is money, I lucked out and picked up a box of it from an old A/V job I had before I left civilian life and I just recently ran out of it. Amazing tape, and since it doesn’t leave residue you can use it with a wide variety of materials and not worry about leaving crap behind.

  3. BravoMike says:

    Roger that, thank you. It pays to read :-/

  4. Major_Northeast_City says:

    Put one in the cart, then took it out of the cart when unfortunately presented with no other shipping option then $7.99 overnight for a 10 ft. roll of tape.

  5. Chris U'5 says:

    The McNett stuff is good but it’s pretty tricky to use on smaller jobs so this tape sounds good.

  6. Cgarrett says:

    A few other selling points are that it is cloth bases so it tears easily off the roll but not once it applied and that it is clean removing. So no more sticky residue
    but all of the performance of a gaffers/duct type tape.
    This will be in stock at GSS Gear very soon. Our Virginia Beach location will have it on hand.
    Jim: Shipping internationally isn’t an issue nor overly expensive.

  7. Ex11A says:

    Could this be used to cover an entire set of UCP ACU’s? How does it stick to Nylon and cotton fabric?

  8. Candu says:

    After 20 years in broadcasting, I can’t recall a time when gaffer’s tape wasn’t in my bag. It tears off the roll easily, sticks to anything and removes without leaving a residue.

    I’ve used it as a bandaid, to cover a ripped knee in my jeans, to temporarily fix a light stand, to hold a reporter’s bra together when the hooks broke (long story) and more.

    I would always wrap 5-6 feet around a sharpie for quick access and I even use it around the house- my cheapskate wife is a convert, too.