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1947, LLC / MultiCam Watch

Saturday, January 24th, 2015

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Available June 1st. MSRP $250.

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Stay tuned…

UF PRO Now Offering Select Products In MultiCam

Friday, November 7th, 2014

UF PRO is currently offering three new cold weather garments in licensed MultiCam: the Hunter Sweater, Delta AcE Sweater, and Delta AcE Plus Jacket.

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The Hunter Sweater is a lightweight layer intended for cold, windy, or wet days. It is made from 100% polyamide, and lined with 37.5 COCONA micro fleece. Additional features include the Striker sleeve pocket configuration, elastic cuffs, and a 1/2 front zipper.

Delta Ace SweaterDelta AcE Sweater

The Delta AcE Sweater is a cold weather sweater designed using UF PRO Hybrid/Design technology to create a garment with a windproof and water repellent nylon ripstop laminate front material lined with 37.5 micro fleece, 37.5 micro fleece in the back and arm pit areas, and sleeves filled with G-Loft insulation lining. UF PRO air/pac inserts in the shoulder allows for comfortable carry of packs, plate carriers, and other heavy gear. Additional features include Striker sleeve pocket configuration, dual access front pocket, wrist warmers, Velcro loop panels on the upper arm of both sleeves, and a 1/2 front zipper.

Delta Ace JacketDelta AcE Jacket

The Delta AcE Jacket is designed with UF PRO’s Hybrid/Design technology, creating a garment with an ePTFE softshell laminate front and back, 37.5 micro fleece contours at the back and arm pit areas, and two layer laminate sleeves filled with G-Loft insulation lining. UF PRO air/pac inserts in the shoulder and upper back area allows for comfortable carry of packs, plate carriers, and other heavy gear. Additional features include Striker sleeve pocket configuration, two front pockets, wrist warmers, lined collar, Velcro loop panels on the upper arm of both sleeves, and a full length front zipper.

UF PRO has been offering garments in the MultiCam-inspired SloCam for a while now, however this is the first time they’re offering products in the original MultiCam pattern itself.

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Thanks to Greg for the tip!

MultiCam Pattern Expands Distribution Through 1947 LLC

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

If you’re an international MultiCam customer, you’ve probably already run across a new company named 1947, LLC when they became the exclusive international distributor of MultiCam fabrics earlier this year. Founded in May, 2014 by two textile industry veterans, 1947 LLC develops and sources woven and knit fabrics globally. In fact, while they are a US company, they also maintain a Shanghai office that ensures their customers will receive the same quality and service they experience in the US.

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No matter where you are, if you’ve been using MultiCam for any amount of time, the names at 1947, LLC won’t come as a surprise; Founders Ben Galpen and Ed Ricci as well as Vice President of Sales Bryan Boulis are well known. Not only is this team the international distributor for MultiCam, they are also responsible for new fabric development here in the US.

The firm has partnered with well known brand Texcel Industries to be their exclusive international and new business development partner. They also work with an ever growing list of new licensees to offer MultiCam fabrics.

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What this means for the Multicam brand is expanded commercial fabric offering through additional licensed printers. This results in more inventory and options for consumers and fabric development opportunities for manufacturers. Not only that, you’re going to see new nontextile Multicam solutions coming very soon out of this arrangement.

www.1947llc.com

CCT Tribute Car

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

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Richard Childress Racing recently ran the #62 car at the Virginia 529 College Savings 250. The car, the South Point Hotel & Casino USAF CCT tribute car, was a Chevy Camaro decked out in MultiCam and Combat Control imagery.

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These photos were pulled from the MultiCam Facebook fan page.

Crye Precision Offering Arid, Black & Tropical MultiCam Field and Combat Uniforms

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

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Crye Precision has been supplying limited numbers of MultiCam Arid and Tropical clothing to specialized units for several months now. Late yesterday afternoon they released them to the public. Currently available are G3 Combat Shirts and Pants in MultiCam Arid, Black and Tropical. Also, they are offering G3 Field Apparel in MultiCam Arid, Black and Tropical.

In addition to Combat and Field clothing in the new patterns, they’ve also released the Combat Pant LE01 which was initially unveiled at SHOT Show as a lower cost alternative for Law Enforcement Officers and others who want Crye Precision quality but are interested in some different features.

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The biggest difference are the different, front cargo pockets that are simpler than standard G3 Combat Pants. Crye’s site says that they are better for use while in a vehicle. The LE01 Pant is available in Black, Ranger Green, Khaki 400, MultiCam and MultiCam Black.

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Get them while the getting’s good.

www.cryeprecision.com

Scorpion W2 and MultiCam Side-by-Side

Sunday, August 24th, 2014

Like peas and carrots, the Scorpion W2 and MultiCam patterns are certainly complimentary but they aren’t exact matches.

MC-Scorpion Comparison

You asked for it, so here it is. Scorpion W2 is on the left and MultiCam pattern on the right. The lighting was not the same. However, the two side-by-side patterns are scaled based on the pattern repeat. This gives you an accurate view of how the pattern elements square up with one another.

A Look at Operational Camouflage Pattern (Scorpion W2 Variant)

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

Yesterday, SSD received several yards of the Scorpion W2 variant of the US Army’s recently adopted Operational Camouflage Pattern in 500D Cordura. As you can see, from these photos, it is similar to the commercial MultiCam pattern developed by Crye Precision and used by the US Army as OCP in Operation Enduring Freedom as well as various other DoD elements over the years. But, it isn’t an exact match. There are numerous differences in the patterns.

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The May 2014 marginal marking is the date that the pattern was registered.

Scorpion W2 Pattern

Two striking elements are the rather wide brown and green-based bands that run across the pattern. Additionally, you will note that Scorpion W2 is less dense than MultiCam and lacks vertical elements present in MultiCam.

Colors

Here you can see the eight colors in the pattern’s palette. The pattern is 60″ wide and repeats every 25″ vertically, which is the close to the same as MultiCam.
Pattern Repeat

Click here and then right click on image to see the full res version.

Below, you can see the MultiCam pattern. The pattern is about 60″ wide with a 26″ vertical repeat. The pattern is much more dense and would seem busy when compared to Scorpion W2. However, we do have almost 10 years of effective operational use of the pattern which was used as a baseline pattern in the unfinished Phase IV of the US Army Camouflage Improvement Effort.

MultiCam Pattern Sample

Please Note, major coloration differences are due to photos taken in different lighting.

What do you think?

TRU-SPEC MultiCam Tropic And Arid Uniforms Now Available On PredatorBDU

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

TRU-SPEC MultiCam Tropic Arid

TRU-SPEC’s line of clothing in MultiCam Tropic and Arid patterns is now available for purchase on PredatorBDU.com. The Tru-Spec TRU Uniform Coat, Tru-Spec TRU Uniform Pant, and TRU-SPEC Patrol Cap are all available in the Tropic and Arid patterns, and in all standard sizing options.

www.predatorbdu.com