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New A-TACS iX Camo Fabric Now Available For Manufacturers


Digital Concealment Systems and Schott Performance Fabrics are proud to announce that a full range of fabric options are now available in the new highly anticipated A-TACS iX (Intermediate Xtreme) Camo Pattern.

New A-TACS iX Camo is designed for transitional environments with an even mix of transitional green and brown tones and is designed utilizing the color palettes from their popular AU and FG patterns allowing the end user to “mix and match” to any area of operation.

Currently available Berry Compliant fabric options include, 50/50 NyCo, 65-35 Poly Cotton Ripstop, 1,000D, 500D and 330D Nylon, Cotton Jersey, Heavy Mesh and Water Resistant Bug Mesh with additional options coming soon.

Matching nylon webbing, Kydex, Hydrographic Films and Vinyl for vehicle wraps will be available soon. Look for future announcements for specific availability dates on these items.

To order fabric in New A-TACS iX Camo or for more information, contact Schott Fabrics at 1-877-720-4545.


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15 Responses to “New A-TACS iX Camo Fabric Now Available For Manufacturers”

  1. joe says:

    Looks pretty good at a glance.

  2. bulldog76 says:

    i would like to see a video of it being tested it looks like a good pattern

  3. Kaos-1 says:

    It’s a-tacs with tiger stripe mixed in.

  4. JP says:

    Lets hope it doesn’t fade horribly like the AU and FG fabrics.

  5. Jon Meyer says:

    Looks awesome and effective. New favorite for me.

  6. CAVstrong says:

    I’d really like to see how it compares / works with AU and FG…

    Any good pictures of the pattern itself?

  7. Uniform223 says:

    somewhere and in sometime Mr. Cramer is making a really long essay as to why his pattern is superior to this… it gives me the goosebumps.

  8. JS says:

    @Uniform223: That was also my first thought. So sad 🙁

  9. jjj0309 says:

    Looks gorgeous.

  10. PTSD Didnt Stop Me says:

    tigerstripish, sure but why anyway? there is no such thing as “transitional” camo – that’s marketing hooplah. an environment is AN ENVIRONMENT. Stick with what worked in the past and still works now: M81 woodland/ERDL, Tiger stripe/Lizard, Flecktarn. Anything that’s ever come after those three key patterns is just 25% “the look”, 25% over-imaginative results and 50% marketing spin. Take KRYPTEK for example. Seriously???