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LBX Tactical Introduces Caiman Camo Combat Uniform

Saturday, May 30th, 2015

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LBX Tactical has released a combat uniform featuring the Caiman camouflage from the LBX Region Pack first seen at SHOT Show 2014. This is the second camouflage from the Pack to be released with a commercial uniform; the first was Inland Taipan, released earlier this year in January.

Caiman

The uniform consists of a combat shirt with a jersey knit center body and 65/35 PolyCotton ripstop sleeves, and a combat pant made of 65/35 PolyCotton ripstop. Look forward to products featuring the remaining two camouflages in the LBX Region Pack, Mantis and Snow Raptor, in the coming months.

lbxtactical.lbtinc.com/camo/region-pack

TWN Industries Releases Moon Shine Attitude Attire’s Wildfire Camouflage Reduced Pattern

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

PRINCETON, FL – May 26, 2015 – TWN Industries Inc., the leading Water Transfer Printing supplier, announces the release of Wildfire Camouflage™ Reduced hydro dipping film. This is the latest pattern created by Moon Shine Attitude Attire™, a premier designer brand of casual wear for outdoorsmen and women.

Due to the popularity of its full-size predecessor, this reduced pattern was developed to accommodate smaller-profile parts. Its bold color and strong attitude make this pattern a noticeable lifestyle look. This version’s overall size is 35 percent of the original Wildfire Camouflage™ design. Water transfer printing professionals are now able to get more of the pattern’s distinctive qualities on smaller items, making it much easier to make out the pattern’s details.

WTP-825 Wildfire Reduced

Wildfire Camouflage Reduced water transfer printing film is available exclusively through TWN Industries, Inc. Call now to pre-book your order and film requirement. Shipments of Wildfire Reduced film will begin on Monday June 1.

The part number for Wildfire Reduced is WTP-825. To purchase film, or to find a TWN Certified Decorator who can decorate products for you, call 305-258-9622.

www.watertransferprinting.com

HPG Tarahumara in ODG Lupus Camo

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

Hill People Gear has a limited run of Tarahumara packs in Orion Design Group’s Lupus camouflage pattern.

hillpeoplegear.com

OCP Rollout

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

OCP ACU

The above image is a summary of the changes made to the OCP ACU. Additionally, the US Army will field the new OCP Ensemble in 3 waves to AMCSS beginning July 1st.

TWN Industries Releases Three New Hydrographic Film Camouflage Patterns In Collaboration With Cabela’s

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

TWN Industries and Cabela’s Release Three New Revolutionary Hydrographic Film Patterns

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PRINCETON, FL – May 5, 2015 – TWN Industries Inc., the leading water transfer printing supplier, announces the release of Cabela’s three new camouflage hydrographic film patterns: Cabela’s Zonz™ Woodlands, Cabela’s Zonz™ Waterfowl and Cabela’s Zonz™ Woodlands Mini. The new hydro dipping patterns are printed using an innovative new wide-format technology that enables them to incorporate three distinct “zones.” With natural transitions from one zone to another, Zonz camo blends more effectively with variations in terrain and vegetation. Cabela’s Zonz™ incorporates a photorealistic macro pattern and a digital micro texture background. This ground-breaking combination gives Zonz unparalleled depth and realism at close range and long distance.

www.watertransferprinting.com

An Update On MilSpec Monkey – A Real Urban Grey

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

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Since we’ve last reported on MilSpec Monkey’s attempt at finding a true Urban Grey, he’s made some notable progress. Testing various greys from various manufacturers, Monkey eventually found a shirt and pant combination that seems to closely mirror what he’s looking for in an urban grey. Monkey’s next goal is to start producing fabric samples in Greys that mirror what he’s researched, as well as possibly involve some interested manufacturers. As before, we’re eager to see where his efforts lead.

For the full story, and more images, visit milspecmonkey.com/index.php/articles-page/63-articles/455-a-real-urban-grey-part-2

1947 LLC – MultiCam Alpine Fabric Now Available

Monday, April 20th, 2015

MultiCam Alpine

1947 LLC. has announced that they are now distributing MultiCam Alpine fabric in 500D Cordura (ideal for gear) and 2 oz. textured Patriot Lite nylon (ideal for overwhites and pack covers). Alpine webbing will soon follow.

To request a price list and order form, visit 1947llc.com/#pricing

The Mirrorman Suit

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Hyperstealth, Eat Your Heart Out

Straight out of Minsk, Belarus, EtereShop on Etsy is offering their Mirrorman Suit. Consisting of scalene triangle pieces of mirror, the Mirrorman Suit is perfect general purpose camouflage, perfectly mirroring the wearer’s immediate surroundings. Plus, in a pinch it can be used as a full-body signaling device. Customers get the full package when ordering the suit:

– Jacket
– Trousers
– Headdress
– Mask
– Gloves
– Shoes
– Repair Kit

The best part? They’ll ship to anywhere in the world. Only one suit is available, so you’ll have to act fast on this one.

www.etsy.com/listing/188176995/mirrorman-suit

Cryptic Camo! On Kickstarter

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

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Started by a US Navy Veteran, Cryptic Camo! is a project up on Kickstarter to establish a one-stop-shop for all things camouflage. The funding will go towards building the website and stocking the inventory.

www.kickstarter.com/projects/130021047/cryptic-camo-a-navy-veteran-that-loves-camouflage

French Special Forces Spotted Wearing A-TACS In Mali

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

It appears that French SF are now wearing A-TACS AU camouflage uniforms. A long-time reader of SSD pointed out this video released by the French Ministry of Defense, in which French SF are shown eating along side Dutch national Sjaak Rijke, who they rescued over the Easter weekend. The video later shows the SF rehearsing drills, where you can clearly see the uniforms in use.

Thanks to ‘AK’ for the tip!

www.a-tacs.com