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DSEI 23 – StalkLand Camo by Sniper Dynamics

It always cool to run across small US companies while attending European trade shows. Take for instance Sniper Dynamics which exhibited in the Pacific Northwest booth in the US pavilion.

I had first learned of their StalkLand camouflage pattern during Rampart Range Day from Tactical Concealment who was showing the new pattern. Unfortunately, at the time, they didn’t yet have permission to share it publicly.

However during DSEI, Sniper Dynamics had their StalkLand series pattern in full display with prototype uniforms made by Beyond Clothing and individual equipment from a variety of vendors.

Designed by Army and Marine snipers, the pattern hides the wearer with negative space which can be described as the space around and between the subject(s) of an image. Examples of negative space in nature include grasses, leaves, and twigs.

The base pattern itself blends with unobtrusive terrain contained within the negative space, providing what they refer to as Multi-Environment Ready Concealment (M.E.R.C.).

Developed over the past seven years, this family of patterns is available as Berry Compliant textiles in the form of Brookwood printed 500D Cordura for Armor kit & pouches as well 50/50 NyCo & 57/43 NyCo Extreme IHWCU for uniforms as well as jacquard webbing from Murdoch Webbing. They also offer transfer film from TWN Water Transfer Printing.


8 Responses to “DSEI 23 – StalkLand Camo by Sniper Dynamics”

  1. Krzysiek says:

    Strong ATACS vibes. Nice to see a lot of new camouflages recently.

  2. Zach says:

    You know it’s US created when you see the terrible repeat mesh bag spray look. How is it possible that this country produces not a single effective distinctive pattern, military or commercial, simply stunning and defies logic and probability

    • Davy says:

      Watch the news: the rest of the world wears US-produced camo patterns.

      • FormerDirtDart says:

        Maybe he doesn’t consider Brooklyn part of the US

        • Zach says:

          At one time everyone wore US woodland variants yet they were crushed by flecktarn in nato testing. Multicam is a bad flecktarn inspired pattern with generic shapes that was very lucky to catch on. Then the US got copied by everyone again.

    • Steve says:

      Lol, you can see its not repeating and very different than anything out there I’m glad people are thinking about negative space and how the eyes work. And not just simple color palates

  3. Ex11A says:

    It looks like ATACS and MultiCam had a baby!