AUSA – Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corp

Hyperstealth frontman Guy Cramer was in the ADS Inc booth sporting a uniform cut from the Ghostex Kilo 6 camouflage pattern.  An international customer was well into making a procurement decision when their armed forces streamlined their camouflage patterns into two variants.  Consequently, Hyperstealth is shopping the pattern.

When I passed by later, Hyperstealth had added two displays from the Mexican Marines, depicting the kit they are procuring in their new camouflage pattern, derived from work Hyperstealth did for Phase IV of the US Army’s Camouflage Improvement Effort.

Obviously, there is a great deal of influence from the USMC but I was surprised to see the RAT boot on the chart.   
You’ll also note some equipment items from London Bridge.



10 Responses to “AUSA – Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corp”

  1. Hodge175 says:

    That Ghostex Kilo 6 looks like a cool pattern, I am sure its rather effective.

  2. phil says:


  3. contractor says:

    guy needs to cheer up man.

    Dunno why it’s so popular to not smile man.

  4. Chuck says:

    Pants so tight.

    • Guy Cramer says:

      The combat pant is based off of the underway design from U.S. Navy DEVGRU. They have a full range of motion and don’t feel tight when you wear them.

    • T.H says:

      Skinny Jeans are all the rage these days… Why not offer them in military wear also?

  5. Luke says:

    Guy Cramer? Where?

    But seriously, I wonder what the Mexicans are cooking up for their body-armor/load bearing spine-to-belt system, looks different then all the ones I’ve seen so far.