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ODG Camo Like You’ve Never Seen It Before


Here, you can see how Orion Design Group’s Lupus transitional pattern works in conjunction with the arid Vipera pattern. The photo was taken at Beyond by the machine that goes “ping”. Rumor has it that we’re going to see some cool stuff coming in the ODG patterns soon.


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24 Responses to “ODG Camo Like You’ve Never Seen It Before”

  1. A mighty fine looking camo cant wait for it to be released.

  2. bulldog76 says:

    whne is the release 😀

  3. Marmatt says:

    Looks like transitional on arid. Lupus Plateframe on Vipera fabric.

  4. Bushman says:

    Something “inspired by nature”.
    Background looks like someone wiped off the dirt with folded piece of fabric and created the repeating pattern of stains. Gear on the foreground looks like some bleached old stuff stored in humid shack for a year somewhere on the Pacific Northwest, with well-pronounced spots of green unicellular algae and black mold.

    • lol says:

      For a “bushman” you sound pretty jaded.. maybe you should take a deep breath and find some positivity in your life.

      • Bushman says:

        Read the comment below and learn, that comparing the camouflage with dirt, moss and mold texture is a compliment.

        • BRADKAF308 says:

          Reading your first comment I was a bit confused. Thought you were saying positive stuff but wasn’t sure lol. The black mold in the back pattern looks like mini Rorschach tests, lol. I’m looking forward to more.

          • Bushman says:

            I suppose, everyone know, that camouflage should look more like things we call “dirt”, not like rainbow unicorns. 🙂

            Rorschach stains could be useful for quick mental condition evaluation in the field – for example, if your favorite spot on your rig looks not as usual, you have a problem. 🙂

    • ODG says:

      Bushman, I think you have us mixed up with ATACS. Feel free to contact us directly anytime after Christmas and I would be more than happy to educate you on our design process.

      • griffin says:

        my guess is because without enlarging the photo it might as well be a-tacs, on a side note why are all the woodland patters colored like transitional patterns… its almost as if the more patters i see the worse they get….

      • Bushman says:

        I’m judging just by my visual impression. And it’s good judgment, not bad one, because similarity with natural stuff like that is definitely good feature, regardless the design process behind it.

        ATACS should have used dry clay dust instead of wet soil and dirt for “classic” variant. They also have no important “black mold stains” and high-contrast edges on FG version.

        But seriously, it would be interesting to learn something new.

      • Bushman says:

        Speaking of visual similarity – I’ve just put that image into Google Search by Image and guess, what it returned to me as “visually similar”? Black mold stains on the wall, moss, grasses growing on pale clay, rocks with crustose lichens, green hawk moth on the dry grass background, photos of grasslands and fields. And several samples of natural camouflage – eagle owl, thrush and some spiky tidal zone fish. It’s not really scientific experiment, of course, just overall texture and color similarities.

  5. Woody says:

    Good looking stuff.
    Lupus looks like it will integrate well with Multicam.

  6. ODG says:

    Good eye Marmatt that is our Lupus (transitional) pattern on the kit, and our Arid Vipera pattern in the back ground. Looking forward to launching some exciting gear for you guys in 2014 stayed tuned to SSD and our Facebook page for updates!

  7. Matt says:

    Looking forward to seeing what you guys are producing.

  8. BRADKAF308 says:

    I want the camo from Arthur Christmas. Tis the season.

  9. JT says:

    Who makes the plate carrier? I like the set up.

  10. Kris says:

    How long has this stuff been around and I still have not seen any real pictures of it? I want to give this a try but I have not seen any pants or tops yet just samples of gear. When can are you guys going to release some stuff for normal guys?

  11. Glenno says:

    Both samples look like they have real potential, although I acknowledge that I am looking at them on a computer monitor that has not been color corrected. The blending of the transitional webbing against the arid background is sufficiently good to allow the use of a single set of webbing with multiple clothing sets, presuming that the webbing blends as well with any woodland/tropical pattern the ODG produces. Pity it is all too late for the Army trial.