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All Terrain Tiger Available Thru Tru-Spec

Clothing is in production by Tru-Spec in the Tiger Stripe Products All Terrain Tiger pattern.


Check out the entire Tru-Spec line in booth #10970 at SHOT Show 2015.


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16 Responses to “All Terrain Tiger Available Thru Tru-Spec”

  1. Eddie says:

    Hey Air Force, wanna try again with that camouflage distinction?

    • Philip says:

      I spoke with CSAF about this at an all-call event about a month ago and he assured me ABU wasn’t going anywhere… 🙁

      Unless we deploy. Then we’ll get what the Army gets. But as a garrison uniform he seemed very certain it was here to stay for the time being.

      • AJ says:

        Well that’s terrible to hear, I hate spending money on ABUs that will be filthy after a weeks use. I’m not one who ventures outside the wire, I just put the birds in the air so I don’t need the camouflage aspect but I can tell you OCP is a hell of a lot better for MX guys than the abomination we wear at home station.

        SSD, isn’t the Enyart Amendment providing us a reprieve from wearing ABU once a common pattern is finalized?

        • CAVstrong says:

          Good luck with getting everyone to agree on a common pattern family.

          • Really?! says:

            ^^^ What he said. ^^^

            Also… How long until congress gets a case of the ass with the DOD for noncompliance with NDAA?

  2. bulldog76 says:

    O.O i atleast want a boonie hat in LOL

  3. Craig says:

    I like it, but doesn’t anybody make the “Classic” John Wayne in the Green Berets pattern VN tiger stripe anymore?

    I’m not talking about the fabric in a BDU pattern, but in the 2 pocket w/small pocket on sleeve jacket, and 5 pocket pants with small compass pocket on lower leg?

    Since I do,however,dig this pattern I will be dropping more cash, on something I don’t really NEED, but however, WANT. 🙂

  4. Greg says:

    check out Moore Militaria for the JW tiger stripes. Trey will take care of ya.

  5. CAVstrong says:

    I know this pattern is only really used by airsofters but I’ve always been kind of intrigued by it. I’d really like to see how well it works with original and desert tiger stripe.

  6. Dev says:

    I think for a camouflage pattern in the 21st century, printed / woven webbing and matching pile is a must.

    • PNW_Tree_Octopus says:

      Except that “patterned” pile usually looks like hell after awhile.

  7. jim says:

    I’m part of a MIL organisation which has used this uniform for OPFOR personnel over the past 12 months. We have found that it’s virtually impossible to distinguish it from CRYE cam and its variants even at short ranges with the MK 1 eyeball. The only point to note we have observed is that the material is quite thick compared to what we traditionally use for BLUFOR which makes for a tough time in high heat conditions. The material is durable and can take a beating and we have not observed any particular faults with the large number of these uniform we use.

  8. CAVstrong says:

    Also I thought TruSpec has been selling All Terrain Tiger.

  9. Josh says:

    Tight like a tiger.

  10. Really?! says:


    How long do you think we have before congress gets a case of the ass with the DOD for noncompliance with NDAA?

  11. CAVstrong says:

    I’m to the point where I think we should just adopt this pattern and call it good. Its got built in bookends already. It looks like Multicam, feels like mulitcam, smells like multicam, and probably works well enough like multicam, you can still use multicam PPE during the transition I’m sure, it’s probably cheaper than multicam and most importantly it’s unique.

    I don’t know….I just want to be done with the Camo wars and move on to more important projects.