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SHOT Show – Under Armour

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015


Under Armour has introduced the TAC Elite Pant and Combat Shirt in their Ridge Reaper Camo Barren pattern. The base fabric for both is a Storm water resistant, Ripstop 100% Polyester with a Charged Cotton body for the Combat Shirt.


The TAC Elite Combat Shirt has several interesting features including a yoke, inset pen pocket and upper sleeve pockets with reinforcements.


One thing that sticks out on the TAC Elite Pant is dual thigh pockets on either side.

Also available Desert Sand, Marine OD Green and Dark Navy Blue pants with Dark Navy Blue, Black and Marine OD Green Combat Shirts. Coming July, 2015.

Ston Camo – “The Original Multi-Terrain Camo for Concealment Everywhere”

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

I figure I have to share a camouflage pattern that has a variant named “KinkyPink.”


To be fair, they’ve also got pattern variants that use actual earth tones such as Sage.


The secret is in the Stone Premiere pattern, while different colorways are created by swapping out the base color. That’s how you get different versions like you see above. Like the name suggests, Ston takes its pattern cues from rocks and terrain features you’d see in the mountains.

First Lite Fusion

Sunday, January 18th, 2015

First Lite makes wool hunting clothing. First Lite’s wares have caught the eye of some SOF personnel who appreciate the many benefits of wool. Now, First Lite has introduced a proprietary camouflage pattern.


No pixels. No trees. Designed exclusively for First Lite, Fusion is a proprietary mix of shapes and colors designed to obliterate the human shape.

Apparently, the signature feature of this camouflage is its “crackalature”. They’ve got some additional info over at so go read up on it.

If checking out this pattern wasn’t a good enough reason to visit them at SHOT Show, they’ll host a keg at 4PM on Wednesday in booth 10053, right by Magpul.

LBX Tactical Introduces Inland Taipan Camo Clothing

Friday, January 16th, 2015

LBX Tactical releases its first camo pattern from the LBX region pack Inland Taipan, the full setup seen here will be featured at their Shot Show Booth #31307.


Last SHOT Show, LBT introduced several new camouflage patterns including Inland Taipan. That pattern garnered the attention of a major US defense contractor. Over the past year, they’ve refined the pattern and this is the result of that test and evaluation.

Arc’teryx Rarity – Mossy Oak Camo

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015


This garment is real and was produced about a decade ago in small numbers for a US customer.

Correction – The pattern is Mossy Oak but commonly referred to as RealTree by the customer.

Sneak Peek – Beyond // ODG Collaboration

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015


Svalinn – Kryptek Dog Fleece

Monday, January 5th, 2015


This fleece lined Kryptek Camo vest should fit most medium and large sized dogs. Patches are not included. Dimensions are Size Medium: Length:17″ Girth 28″-32″ Size Large: Length: 20″ Girth 29″-34″. Offered in Highlander, Mandrake and Typhon.

All Terrain Tiger Available Thru Tru-Spec

Sunday, January 4th, 2015

Clothing is in production by Tru-Spec in the Tiger Stripe Products All Terrain Tiger pattern.


Check out the entire Tru-Spec line in booth #10970 at SHOT Show 2015. Is Getting A Facelift

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014


SJK Hunting Introduces New Products For 2015 Line

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

SJK Hunting – After successful first season we have a new year in our sights

Partnering with camouflage supplier Kryptek, SJK Hunting is creating and designing hunt-specific packs, blinds and treestand cloaks

BOULDER, COLO. (For Immediate Release) – Big game hunters are raving about the new SJK packs! Slumberjack, now referred to as SJK, has sighted in on the hunting market and is continuing to emerge as a durable, quality driven hunting pack brand. Relaunched in the spring of 2014, they now offer a complete line of Kryptek camouflage patterned packs and tree stand bags specifically designed to give hunters an edge on any hunt.

The fall 2015 SJK hunting line introduces a new light weight blind, a new Kryptek Mandrake camo, and updates to the Thermal Cloak. These new hunting products combine lightweight materials, durable construction, cutting edge Kryptek camouflage, and an extensive amount of input from our professional hunting partners, to create the most advanced hunting equipment available.

“Following the successful launch of our tactical hunting line, we are developing and introducing a greater range of new products to fit the emerging tactical hunter,” said Russell Rowell VP of SJK Hunting. “The hunting community is rapidly evolving and SJK will continue to develop innovative, cutting edge hunting equipment to meet and lead this trend.”

The SJK Hunting line now includes 9 packs, ranging in size from the Bounty 4500, a fully-featured mountain hunting pack to the Spoor and Strider which are designed for everyday use. The all new Strider ($129) is a 26-liter pack featuring four exterior pockets which allow you to organize for a day at the treestand or for your day to day activities. The pack also features a new compression carry system, which allows users to carry items in many different configurations, and a built-in rifle shooting platform to help stabilize the shot. The pack line will now be available in Kryptek Mandrake camo, to appeal to the hunters in various vegetation’s and seasons.

This year we are introducing the new patented SJK Arctic Cloak, a warmer version of the popular Thermal Cloak tree stand bag, in Kryptek Highlander ($259) and in Blaze Orange. The cloak guarantees all-day warmth and comfort for those cold, wet, stoic hours on the hunt. The tactical hood’s wide peripheral shape allows for better viewing and hearing so you can see and hear approaching game. Quiet, weather-ready fabrics repel wind, rain, and snow while 300g of synthetic insulation keeps you warm all day. The foot of the bag is long enough to cover boots yet open, allowing you to feel the edges of your tree stand to ensure proper footing. Large, self-sealing (via magnets) arm ports allow you to silently move into bow or rifle shooting position.