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Kryptek Announces Camouflage Technologies Division

Kryptek is proud to publicly announce its “Camouflage Technologies” division evolving from the expertise gained during the infamous U.S. Army Camo Improvement solicitation.

Kryptek Camouflage Technologies (KCT) provides passive concealment solutions that are customized specific to region, environment, and organization. KCT dovetails with Kryptek’s combat apparel capabilities allowing a complete turnkey solution for units, organizations and countries that desire functional and effective uniforms while gaining separation and advantage from legacy camouflage options that have saturated various Areas of Operations.

Building on Kryptek’s extensive government tested and proven family of camouflage, KCT’s new array of patterns is much broader with numerous variants to their Macro and Micro pattern assortments. Kryptek’s designers and engineers work closely with end users customizing the camouflage to ensure the best possible solution for the area and environment of intended use.

As well as providing functional concealment options, KCT also addresses the psychological aspect of camouflage. “When used for combat or counter terror operations, the need to ‘Identify Friend or Foe,’ or IFF, is becoming more and more of a concern as legacy patterns now saturate the Market and are easily obtained. Kryptek has reached a point in its life-cycle where it can provide combat apparel options that are customized for units, while controlling the fabric printing process thereby enhancing the security of the program for the end user,” says Butch Whiting, Kryptek Outdoor Group CEO.

KCT delivers a unique approach to obtaining combat apparel. Rather than just licensing or selling a pattern to an interested consumer, a complete package option is developed specifically to accommodate the end user. This approach provides the consumer with an agile, specific and precise way to equip units and organizations based on their specialized needs.

“Apparel Programs with various Coalition Special Operations units have been underway with KCT for the past two years,” says Josh Cleghorn, President of Kryptek Outdoor Group. “These programs have fallen in line with initiatives we have developed for Special Operations units here in the U.S. When you couple our premium combat apparel collection with our KCT capabilities, you truly have a unique option, especially for foreign organizations that are less bureaucratic and want to move relatively rapidly.”

KCT has developed more than 20 never-before-seen camouflage patterns. Each pattern provides a unique option with limitless color variations among each pattern. To view these new and exclusive camo patterns in person, please contact Kryptek at info@kryptek.com for an appointment at SHOT show booth #3648.

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