Officially Licensed MultiCam Products Coming Out Of Brazil

UPDATE: Apparently, these items are made with genuine fabric but not under official license.  For example, some of the design features infringe on Crye Precision patents such as the kneepad interface.

FORHONOR is a Brazil-based tactical clothing company that has produced a line of combat uniforms, with patterns including MultiCam, MultiCam Black, and MultiCam Tropic, and are manufactured using US materials.


The combat shirt features a mandarin-style collar with a 1/4 zip. The sleeves are made from 50/50 NyCo ripstop, including bicep pockets and Velcro loop fields for ID and morale patches; the wrists also feature Velcro straps. The torso is composed of FAVO (Honeycomb) 528 fabric developed exclusively for FORHONOR, which facilitates moisture absorption and quick evaporation. This material also offers UVA and UVB protection, as well as being anti-odor and anti-bacterial.

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FORHONOR’s Tactical Operational Pant is made of 50/50 NyCo Ripstop fabric. It features 6 pockets: two front pockets, two hindquarters pockets, and two thigh side bellowing pockets. The knees are double reinforced, and accommodate removable kneepads. The waist features 5 belt loops with a 5cm opening, facilitating the use of a tactical belt.


Airstep Army, possibly under the same parent company as FORHONOR, has also produced a MultiCam Combat Boot. The boot features a MultiCam leather and 1000D cordura nylon upper, with a nylon aerated system lining, which enables internal cooling. The camouflaged sole is made of anti-slip rubber, with traction grip at the front and rear and a structure of ribs that prevent aquaplaning.

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6 Responses to “Officially Licensed MultiCam Products Coming Out Of Brazil”

  1. orly? says:

    Interesting products.

    Boots are questionable.

  2. You’re welcome SSD !

  3. mynameisntsteve says:

    Those boots look sketchy.

  4. TCBA_Joe says:

    I’ve seen a few pairs of multicam boots. Is there honestly a market?

    The army won’t allow multicam boots with their uniforms, and the types of units who could wear these are wearing hiking boots or sneakers.

    • airborne_fister says:

      We had a few guys in Afghanistan that bought the Oakley multicam boots. They liked the comfort. I just wore regular hikers.

  5. Logan Crooks says:

    Probably good products, but as you mentioned earlier, the pants are probably identical to Crye G3s.