Murdock Webbing Introduces New Patterns and Products

As far as I’m concerned, Murdock has become synonymous with Jacquard weave webbing. They offer a durable, double-sided webbing solution that is Berry compliant with the camouflage pattern not printed on, but rather woven into the webbing. And now, they’ve introduced not only new patterns to their line, but additional products as well.


Available camouflage patterns include:

-MultiCam: Rigid, Elastic, Bungee, and two belt weight constructions. New Heavy Duty Gun Holster with exposed rubber in development.

-AOR1 & AOR2: Rigid. Elastic and AOR2 Heavy Duty Gun Holster with exposed rubber in development.

-Realtree: Hardwoods, AP, Max 4, Hardwoods Blaze, Pink.

-A-Tacs: AU & FG rigid.

-OCP: Rigid in development, Multicam alternative for D.O.D. contracts.

-UCP Digital: Rigid, Bungee, Elastic.

-MTP: Rigid.

Rigid webbing meets or exceeds the specifications for AA55301 and are available in 19mm, 25mm, 38mm, 50mm. Custom widths and weights are available upon request.

Murdock also offers these additional options:

-Nanosphere: Murdock Webbing is the exclusive narrow fabric company to offer Schoeller’s NanoSphere technology. NanoSphere repels water and dirt to create a self-cleaning finish and enhance durability.

-FR: Their FR elastic webbing passes APEL specifications using the rigorous ASTM 6413 vertical burn test method.

-Silicone: Multiple applications of silicone are available and are applied in-house.

-Monster Edge: Innovated at Murdock, Monster Edge significantly increases the useful life of sling and tie down webs at a competitive price while still providing ease of sewing.

-Durability: The jacquard woven construction has proven to be very abrasion resistant in repeated laboratory tests. Even after 2000 abrasion cycles, patterns are still intact. In the field this translates directly to an end product that remains effective, in terms of camouflage concealment and functionality, for a very long period of time.

-IR: MultiCam, AOR1 and AOR2 rigid webbing meet all NIR requirements established by Natick, and have been approved by a government certified lab.

As noted above, Murdock is currently still in development of UK MTP pattern and US Army OCP Four color design as well as holster material, but only small fine tune adjustments are left before releasing them.

The A-TACS AU and FG, as well as the AOR1, and the MultiCam belt weights are approved.

Please contact Ray Clarke, VP of Sales, at 1 (800) 375 2052 x3014 or [email protected] for samples and price quotes.

Be sure to visit Murdock Webbing Co at SHOT Show in booth #8307.


6 Responses to “Murdock Webbing Introduces New Patterns and Products”

  1. straps says:

    …and hopefully full support of the Camouflage Improvement Program winner in the months/years/decades to come.

    Sweet stuff.

  2. BradKAK308 says:

    hopefuly I’ll be able to get that atacs-fg mini chest rig soon.

  3. Kaos Kydex Solutions says:

    Awesome news, and upsetting at the same time. I just got a few rolls of Printed AOR2 webbing, and Atacs. Murdock never ceases to amaze, none the less.

  4. Lindy762 says:

    Great looking webbing, that jacquard weave stuff! Unfortunately, it is thicker than other webbing and feeds through buckles terribly. Hope they figure that out soon.

    • Kaoskydexsolutions says:

      I haven’t noticed any problem with buckles, and it is actually thinner than the printed webbing.

  5. m5 says:

    Printed webbing looks nice… at first. I’ve had bad experience with some printed webbing that quickly fade with usage. Perhaps that’s why the common printed multicam webbing is darker than multicam fabric… takes longer before it fades out. I guess there are differences between printing and printing, but woven into the fabric sounds great.