Posts Tagged ‘HyperStealth Biotechnology Corporation’

Hyperstealth Develops New Jamaica Defense Force Camo Pattern

Monday, March 30th, 2015

Although we haven’t heard from Canada’s Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corporation in awhile, that doesn’t mean they haven’t been busy. The Jamaica Defense Force just unveiled their new Digital Combat Uniforms which sport a camoflauge pattern developed by Hyperstealth. This pattern replaces the British DPM used since 1992.

Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Antony Anderson, said said the new uniform has security features, which will ensure that it does not end up in the hands of criminals and is proprietary meaning it cannot be purchased at a surplus store.

The new uniform will be available in land and maritime variants amd is said to be up to 50% more effective at camouflaging troops than the outgoing DPM, as it blends more easily into both the urban and jungle-type terrain as well as coastal conditions in which the JDF operates.

Guy Cramer Talks Camo Part V – Phase IV C3: Camouflage, Color and Cost

Friday, June 28th, 2013

In Part V, Guy Cramer continues on with his in depth examination of the US Army’s Camouflage Improvement Effort by discussing his take on the cause of delays, their cost and goes right into some rather interesting comparisons of various candidate patterns. Seeing them side by side in this manner is very enlightening.


This is just one example of what you have waiting for you at

HyperStealth Talks Army Scorpion Camo

Thursday, May 30th, 2013

In Part 2 of U.S. Army Camouflage Improvement Explained, Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corp front man Guy Cramer takes a look at the US Army’s Scorpion camouflage pattern. For those unfamiliar, Scorpion bears a distinct similarity to MultiCam because Crye Precision developed them both. Scorpion was created as part of the Future Force Warrior program under contract to Natick while MultiCam is the fruit of Crye’s independent refinement of the pattern once FFW (later OFW) was abandoned.


Read the entire article here.

Deceptex Adds 26 New Patterns

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Deceptex has added the Freddie line with 26 new patterns for their camouflage print on demand program.


This pattern was developed in May 2011 as a potential replacement pattern for the New Zealand Army. Of Hyperstealth’s offerings, the Kiwis selected the MCU pattern after field trials.

Deceptex Hits 350 Pattern Mark

Sunday, July 22nd, 2012

Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corporation’s print on demand Deceptex program has hit the 350 pattern threshold by adding the new Love, Nan, Oboe and Peter series.

Look for sales to begin in August.

Deceptex Up to 164 Patterns

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corporation’s print on demand camouflage service, Deceptex, is up to 164 available patterns.

We spoke with Hyperstealth at Warrior Expo West and Guy Cramer said that uniforms would be available in a field uniforms cut similar to the ACU as well as an Underway uniform cut.

Available this Summer from

Hyperstealth Featured in UK Wired

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corporation has been featured in the UK edition of June’s Wired magazine.

Warrior West – Hyperstealth Urban Camo

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

Hyperstealth’s Canadian Urban Environment 1&2 patterns are currently undergoing trials with the Canadian military.


Both are seen here along with arid coloration samples (CUEPAT 2 is left, CUEPAT 1 is right).