US4CES Family of Camouflage

Here is a live environment photo of the US4CES Family of Camouflage in Transitional and Arid patterns along with gear in the OCIE pattern.

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13 Responses to “US4CES Family of Camouflage”

  1. Greg says:

    Arid looks mind blowing as well blended well right with that wall, and the transitional camo i wasn’t even able to spot it in the background right away either. Eat your own heart out Crye.

  2. Greg says:

    I also noticed the shirts are in the FROG design.

  3. ME says:

    These patterns are definitely much better looking and more effective looking in reality vs. the original “picture” that we had a while back.

    Kryptek’s shown us their arid pattern like mad, but we haven’t really seen much of the transitional or the woodland patterns. Would enjoy seeing a similar to the above shot for Kryptek’s.

    Still nothing much on the Brookwood patterns…

    All in all, IF the Army actually adopts the pattern that proves the best, we’re going to end up with an awesome and effective pattern.

  4. Nick the Brit says:

    I like that they have there entire offering on their website – I was skeptical on having a separate pattern for OCIE, but there’s appears to be a great solution!

    Of course, by showing so much of their offering they’re creating a lot of buzz, so if they don’t get selected, they’ve got all that exposure to generate other orders.

  5. Strike-Hold! says:

    Stretch fabric?

  6. Riceball says:

    I like the arid pattern but the transitional pattern doesn’t seem very transitional to me, looks more like a woodlands type pattern than transitional.

  7. JC says:

    It’s a stupid textspeak name but the camo looks effective. Although doesn’t USMC have exactly this pairing already?

    • Greg says:

      They do but not a “transitional” one, That and the refusal to share their camo has made it come down to where we are today. Though i’m sure if it’s adopted the army will give it a more apropriate name. Here are some

      ARPAT – Army Pattern

      ABDU – Advanced Battle Dress Uniform

      ACUU – Army Combat Utility Uniform or just CUU

  8. Marcos says:

    the OCIE pattern really needs to have one of the tans from the Arid pattern in it. as it stands now, it is too dark of a pattern to use with the Arid uniform and will have the same silhouetting effect as coyote brown PPE over MARPAT

  9. Steve says:

    I personally think the woodland and arid pattern looks good especially in a field environment. Now all they need to do is do away with the stupid giant velcro arm patch, and go back to sew on unit patch and name tapes, and sew on rank. Or if they just have to have velcro, just enough on the top flap of the arm pocket for the flag, just my opinion.

  10. Tank says:

    Yes us4ces is bad ass more so than multicam. So ok the military needs to work on Velcro or sew on? Right colors to use for the patterns. Strength and durability of the fabric needs to be strong and lightweight, good to keep you warm and cold. Army needs to not change uniforms every couple yrs so this uniform needs to be top notch. Also sewn on knee and elbow pads is a no no everyone is a different size the knee pads were down to my ankles with my pants size.

  11. Tizank says:

    Us4ces badass uniform I would join the army corp for something bad ass to wear all day long. Get this shit top notch or army you fail again.