Archive for the ‘Camo’ Category

South Korea’s Revitalizing Reforms Uniform

Monday, June 25th, 2018

This is a rare “camouflage” pattern indeed. Used exclusively by South Korea’s Capital Garrison Command (former name of the Capital Defense Command), it seems to have no practical purpose than to serve as a uniform.


Called the Yu-Shin bok (Revitalizing Reforms Uniform), it was worn up until 1981. The pattern appears to incorporate turtle shells which is significant considering the Geobukseon or Turtle Ships are recognized to be the first armored ships and were used by the Koreans to thwart Japanese attempts to conquer Korea in the late 16th century.


Information and photos from Imigur.

AT Armor Introduces Retro Carbine Paint Kit

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

Texas-based tactical gear company AT Armor releases historically accurate Rhodesian Army camo paint kit.
Fort Worth, Texas – June 19, 2018

AT Armor, a growing retailer/manufacturer of personal ballistic armor and tactical gear, successfully introduced its first historically accurate camo paint kit in an early June soft launch.  As a company equally dedicated to the preservation of freedom and the study of history, this camo paint kit made of modern materials was intended to match those common colors found during the bush wars that plagued the African Continent in the last century.


“We spent an exhaustive amount of time researching and matching the colors to those found during the bush wars” says Mike Martin, owner and CEO of AT Armor. “This is not a big box store hit and miss paint match – we were demanding about having these colors match up perfectly.”

AT Armor’s Rhodesian Army Camo paint kit is an oil-based kit consisting of three parts:

One 2 oz. bottle of Rhodesian Dark Green paint
One 2 oz. bottle of Rhodesian Light Green (aka “baby poop”)
One 1 oz. bottle of flat coat paint


Full instructions are included as well as three squeeze caps for project use. More introverted personalities may choose to use the flat coat paint to knock down the natural shine of the oil base. This kit contains enough paint for one carbine-sized project plus a little leftover for touch ups (or an additional small item such as a magazine or tactical toothpaste tube).

AT Armor disagrees with any subjugation or separation of free people based on color, creed, or religious belief.  Unfortunately some scholars gravitate toward the historical interest of the bush wars in order to leverage it to further their cause of separatism; this is not our world view. We present this paint kit in iconic RA colors simply as a tribute to all anti-terror and anti-communist forces that fought the good fight.

Link to AT Armor RA Camo Paint Kit:

For more information about AT Armor’s paint kits, as well as their ballistic and soft armor, please contact the AT Armor team at or visit the website,

French Army Introduces New Combat Uniform 

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

The French Army recently revealed the Tenue Combat F3, a new FR combat uniform in Central European Camouflage. By 2019, all French Soldiers deployed overseas will be outfitted with this new FR uniform which is available in two weights. The summer version is an aramid and viscose FR mixture, which offers improved air permeability.

There are no seams along the tops of the shoulders.

They’ve incorporated zipper pulls and two-way zippers. Also, you can see close-ups of the fabric’s herringbone weave which they call a chevron ripstop.

The F3 uniform also incorporates slotted buttons.

Interestingly enough, I saw an example of a new French, 7-color camouflage pattern last year in Canada which looks to be influenced by MultiCam. They refer to it as Hot Climate Camouflage, which is not to be confused with the Tan-based Desert pattern. The garment seen here was created for use by elements of the French Special Operations Command and has a different cut and fabric than the F3 uniform.

Photos from the French Ministry of the Army, except the last three photos which were taken last year in Canada and depict a French SOF uniform.

CANSEC 18 – Solarshield

Thursday, May 31st, 2018

If you’ve ever been around military vehicles on the summer, you know how hot their exterior surfaces can get. Armored vehicles are even worse.

Rheinmetall Defence’s Solar Sigma Shield is a blanket-like appliqué. It is designed to not only reduce the effects of solar heat in vehicles, but also provide multispectral camouflage. It is also fire resistant and no-slip/no-skid, another major plus for operating on armor vehicles.

Testing by Defence Research and Development Canada Show up to a 30% lower temperature when using Solarshield.

In this case, it is mounted to a Tactical Armored Patrol Vehicle from Textron Systems, currently in service with the Canadian Army.

SOFIC 18 – Rajuga Camouflage System by TYR Tactical

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018

TYR Tactical has partnered with Israeli company Polaris Solutions to introduce the Rajuga concealment system to the US market.

Underneath this 3D, multispectral concealment net is a Polaris quad. The system is reversible, with different visual camoufiage patterns printed on either side of the Thermal Visual Concealment panel. The material also provides protection in the IR spectrum. Additionally, the TVC material offers sun, rain and wind protection and is bery lightweight at .7kg per sq m. It folds or rolls flat for transport and can be individually configured to mimic local terrain, offering a very effective 3D effect which sensors or observors can be concealed under.

It’s available in multiple configurations, including this sensor concealment.

Rajuga concealment systems are available to unit and agency customers from ADS Inc.

NRAAM 18 – Kryptek Adventure Duffel

Saturday, May 5th, 2018

Offered in 70 liter and 105 liter, the new Adventure Duffel from Kryptek is available in any color you want, as long as it’s Typhon camouflage.


? 600D Poly/PVC laminated shell
? Adjustable compression straps
? Water-resistance ID pocket on top
? Separate zippered compartment for wet/dry items
? Dual purpose padded handles for hand carry or backpack carry
? Large U-shaped YKK zipper opening for full access
? Interior zippered mesh accessory pocket
? 70L Dimensions: 13.98” x 25.4” x 13.98”
? 105L Dimensions: 28”x 15.75” x 15.75”

Warrior West 18 – Wild Things White Out Pack Cover

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

This is Wild Things’ White Out Pack Cover.

Made from 70D nylon, it incorporates a flapped access zipper down the center and loops and elastic at the rear to secure it to the pack.

Available 3,000, 5,000 and 7,000 cu in sizes in MultiCam Alpine.

Fibrotex USA Awarded US Army Ultra-Lightweight Camouflage Net (ULCANS) Contract

Monday, April 16th, 2018

Washington DC—April 2, 2018—Fibrotex USA, Inc.

Fibrotex USA, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Fibrotex-Tech of Israel, is pleased to announce that it is being awarded a contract by the US Army Natick Soldier System Center for the further development, testing and manufacture of the next generation multi-spectral Ultra-Light Weight Camouflage Net System; ULCANS. The 10-year competitive ID/IQ contract has a total value of $480M (USD). It will be administered in two phases with a final down select by FY 2019.

Eyal Malleron, the CEO of Fibrotex USA commented: This is a significant step forward for the company. We are excited to bring the latest technology advances in multi-spectral camouflage applications to the US Army and look forward to working closely with our partners, Outdoor Ventures in Sterns, KY, as well as the US Army to bring these advancements to our warfighters.

About Fibrotex: Fibrotex develops and manufactures innovative Signature Management Systems for Armies and Special Forces around the world for more than 50 years.

Our constant pursuit of excellence leads us to perfection as we deliver better solutions for the modern battlefield. Fibrotex brings high quality, tailor made products that are adapted to the environment and requirements of our customers, providing performance you can depend on.

For further information, please contact:

Fibrotex USA,

202-804-CAMO (2266)