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IWA – Forest Ground, New Camo Pattern from Sitka Gear

High end hunting clothier Sitka has introduced a new pattern exclusive to Europe.

The Forest Ground pattern is intended for use in Eastern Europe and Russia. Seen below are the Mountain Jacket and Pant.

www.sitkagear.com

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13 Responses to “IWA – Forest Ground, New Camo Pattern from Sitka Gear”

  1. BAP45 says:

    I think these are the patterns that Gore was creating to be tailored to animal vision aren’t they? I remember seeing something a while back about it and thought it was pretty ingenious.

    • Low Speed Lower Drag says:

      That’s what they say. Regardless if that’s true or not, the patterns work great in my experience.

      I hope they release this pattern for US markets.

    • Tom says:

      I was under the impression they were made by Hyperstealth?

    • AbnMedOps says:

      I wasn’t aware that “high end hunters” in Europe had started wearing tactical-dude camouflage and orange baseball caps. Times sure must be changing.

      • SSD says:

        Sitka isn’t tactical-dude duds. It’s high end hunting couture.

        • Jeff S says:

          After five years in Germany, I would expect “high end hunters” to be wearing a dark green or brown outfit from Härkila or Jagdhund… Something a bit more traditional. At least that’s what the hunting stores sold.

          Oh well.

    • Chuck says:

      One of our team members used their “waterfowl” pattern in Afghanistan to great effect.

  2. Invictus says:

    I am both encouraged and annoyed with so many new patterns being fielded. Encouraged because more suppliers, more startups and more innovation is always a good thing. Annoyed because logistically, the availability will be depending on a single supplier, rather than a number of companies supplying an industry standard pattern or set of patterns.

    That said, Sitka makes great stuff, and I like this darker pattern. Their initial pattern colorway is far too close to ACU for my comfort.

  3. Joe says:

    Looks like M81 Woodland colors with a lighter “sand/tan” color added.

    Need to see it under better lighting, but not bad at first look.