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Tactical Tailor Incorporates MultiCam Jacquard Webbing and Elastic

Tactical Tailor has just begun to integrate MultiCam Jacquard webbing and elastic into their 40mm belts, large radio and small radio pouches.

Murdock Webbing produces Jacquard weave webbing in MultiCam as well as a couple of other patterns. The camouflage is actually woven into the webbing rather than dyed. Due to its construction it is a little stiffer and thicker. It also grips buckles more than printed webbing. This can be a good or a bad thing depending on the application and your preference. Overall, I much prefer the Jacquard product as it retains the camo effect much longer than print.


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3 Responses to “Tactical Tailor Incorporates MultiCam Jacquard Webbing and Elastic”

  1. Jones says:

    Thats too bad, cause I’m sure it will end up on everything. I hate the look of that stuff, I know the printed webbing wears off, but at least it looks good.

  2. RI Clarke says:

    I do not think it will end up on everything. As the article mentions, it depends on the end use of the web. You are right in saying the pattern will not disspear while in use, it performs better in the hardware and the pattern repeat is much longer. It also utilizes all the required colors and blends like the original pattern, what is not to like about this product.

    • Ghost1213 says:

      Not to mention its automatically double sided, and costs less than half of it’s printed counterpart.