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Sneak Peek – XGO Introduces MultiCam Print

Coming SHOT Show 2017, these are the MultiCam Hoodie and ┬╝ Zip from XGO.

Both are made from XGO’s Phase 4 fabric (90% Polyester / 10% Lycra) with Acclimate Dry amd AG47 (Both are proprietary XGO treatments for moisture management and antimicrobial).


17 Responses to “Sneak Peek – XGO Introduces MultiCam Print”

  1. Eddie says:

    I thought my brightness was too low but I guess it isn’t. That fabric didn’t take that well at all! So dark and faded looking, it kind of defeats the purpose of the camouflage. I hope that’s not what the end-product looks like. It reminds me of when Multicam was first coming out and it looked sort of like that in early photos.

    Don’t get me wrong, I use XGO products and I swear by their quality, but this is a tad upsetting.

  2. Jon, OPT says:

    That’s one of the best renderings of what Multicam look like on FR fabric I’ve ever seen. Is it me, or is the pattern smaller than usual?

    • Jon, OPT says:

      *understood that this is not FR*

    • Eddie says:

      OCP FRACUs after a couple tours in the Stan still look better than that. It looks much scaled down like a lot of knock-offs looked like when MC was becoming mainstream. We’d need confirmation from XGO if this is what the end-product looks like.

      • Jon, OPT says:

        I’m talking out of the box hue, I was issued them, the one thing I can say about the FR ones is they faded in a decent manner, it’s probably the only good thing I have to say about them really.

    • tcba_joe says:

      Jon, I think you’re right. It looks “smaller”.

      I could be wrong, but it doesn’t look like an actual picture of the shirt, it looks like the pattern was rendered on a stock blank shirt.

  3. GK says:

    Those images have Multicam overlaid onto the jackets. Really poor Photoshop job.

  4. Aloysius Donovan says:

    XGO has officially licensed the Multicam Pattern from 1947 LLC in coordination with Crye Precision.

    We will update SSD with current pictures once we go into full production. The color and hue are poorly represented in the pictures that I took and sent over to SSD. This was to show the path that XGO is moving and what is coming in the next few months. Rest assured that this will be a top notch garment and fabric solution.

    Aloysius Donovan
    Director of XGO

  5. Diddler says:

    I guess I’m not cool enough, because I saw this and thought, “holy smokes that hoodie would be awesome on the range with my studs this gal.”

  6. JKifer says:

    I have been issued, and bought with my own dime plenty of XGO’s undergarments… all of them have performed flawlessly for me in a multitude of differing environments. I especially like their lvl1/lvl4 undergarments and the FR Shemagh.

  7. Ex Coelis says:

    Very much like JKifer, one of my all-time favorite pieces of Every-Day-Carry kit is XGO’s FR Shemagh – my only complaint about their particular rendition of this traditional Middle Eastern garment, is – traditional/semi-traditional Shemaghs aren’t normally entirely ‘fringed’ along their edges but are made with evenly spaced tassels(a minor over-sight but visually rather annoying nevertheless). I also have a couple/three sets of XGO’s USMC-issued Level 1 FR undergarments – light-weight, warm and wick moisture when they’re supposed to – many kudos to XGO. While neither of these two newly presented XGO garments are FR, REALLY like the idea of a company like XGO making a MultiCam┬« 1/4 zip shirt and hoodie. Depending on price-point(as anything Crye Precsion MC pattern seems to add $’s to the garments price-point), I would most definitely consider buying one of each. And thank you Aloysius Donovan for confirming my end-product/image suspicions with your Oct 31st post. Looking forward to seeing these two products, hopefully soon! Cheers and thank you for this post, SSD!!!