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SOF Select 19 – Kryptek Operator Pant

This is the latest version of the Kryptek Operator Pant.

The big change is the addition of the parent pending charge pouches which feature loops to hold the charges in place.

They’ve also updated their integrated kneepad, introducing a pronounced curve, adding padding to the rear.

Limited to military and LE customers. Coming soon!

www.kryptek.com

10 Responses to “SOF Select 19 – Kryptek Operator Pant”

  1. Zach says:

    I’ll say it again, is this pattern really one of the the best we can do in the USA? I realize some euro spec ops and police use it, but seriously,
    Psychodelic doilyflage? If it looks like an average hunting pattern, perhaps it’s not ideal.

    • Stephen says:

      yeah you have zero experience with this camo so just stop while your ahead, it works quite well though in a lot of enviroments, maybe not as many as multicam, but it serve some enviroments better than said camos too. The question be though… is this MADE IN THE USA! i can’t stand being able to find zero kit in kryptek highlander made here, its pathetic as hell. And lastly, why would a pair of pants be limited to people who are still civilians at the end of the day too? Wack!!!

    • Mac679 says:

      Know how I know you didn’t pay any attention to the US Army’s Camoflage Improvement Effort?

      If you had, you’d know Kryptek was one of the 4 finalists which all performed similarly, with the exception of one family of patterns that stood out in one specific area. Feel free to go back and read through SSD’s reporting on the Camoflage Improvement Effort.

      • Zach says:

        I have paid attention to everything camo related for a very long time and that mostly lame crop of options should not impress people much. We are too afraid/proud to borrow much from Europe. Many entrants during the earlier acu debacle were based on dpm. What does that tell you. There were photos in army times.

        • mike says:

          Tells me you really don’t know shit about camo in the real world. You don’t like it because of the way it looks and not how it preforms. I’ve seen both highland and Mandrake in the field and they work great. However the reality is the pattern you’re wearing rarely gives you away as long the colors are natural to that environment and don’t draw attention. 90% of the time movement is what gives you away, has nothing to do with the type of camo pattern you’re wearing.

          • Zach says:

            You are too predictable. Polish your 1911’s and watch tv.

            • mike says:

              Don’t own one and polishing just causes premature wear of the weapon and leads to malfunctions. You need to actually get out in the field more. Like I mentioned, most of the time movement gives you away not the camo pattern you wear. Proper movement techniques, light and noise discipline, and effective use of cover and concealment hide you from view more then anything else. You learn that shit in the field not the internet. That stuff will save your life far more then the ratio of micro and macro patterns on the uniform you’re wearing. Now go grab your airsoft glock and ask mom if you can watch bubble guppies on the big TV :)

  2. Roy says:

    “Limited to military and LE customers.”

    Why?

    • Nick C. says:

      My guess is that they are trying to drum up interest with the pretend operator crowd by starting it as a mil only then releasing it later with some “now available on the civilian market”.

    • Nick C. says:

      My guess is that they are trying to drum up interest with the pretend operator crowd by starting it as a mil only then releasing it later with some “now available on the civilian market”.