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AFSOC Testing All Terrain Tiger Camo

Tuesday, July 7th, 2015

According to an update on the Tiger Stripe Products website, AFSOC personnel are testing the All Terrain Tiger camouflage pattern.

UPDATE 25 June 2015:

Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) personnel begin Testing & Evaluation of All Terrain Tiger™ (ATT™). Details pending.

Who could blame them? Despite the Army’s transition to the Operational Camouflage Pattern, the Air Force continues to issue the four color grey-based digital tigerstripe camouflage pattern it adopted in 2006. Granted, deployers are issued kit in OCP and Air Force personnel assigned to AFSOC, select Battlefield Airmen and Security Forces personnel assigned to Global Strike Command wear MultiCam. However, the garrison uniform remains digital tigerstripe. It’s also used for may deployments includimg contingency operations.


All Terrain Tiger was actually envisioned by TSP as an operational alternative to the USAF’s digital Tigerstripe pattern. While All Terrain Tiger may end up being used for specialized applications on deployments, patterns such as this are often also used by OPFOR for training.

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All Terrain Tiger Available Thru Tru-Spec

Sunday, January 4th, 2015

Clothing is in production by Tru-Spec in the Tiger Stripe Products All Terrain Tiger pattern.


Check out the entire Tru-Spec line in booth #10970 at SHOT Show 2015.

Tiger Stripe Products Introduces All Terrain Tiger in Conjunction with Atlantco at SHOT Show

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

TSP’s All Terrain Tigerâ„¢ (ATTâ„¢) is debuting at the TRU-SPEC® by Atlanco® booth #10970 at SHOT Show.

TRU-SPEC will offer a full line of products in the new pattern with additional items being added in the future.

TRU Jacket
TRU Trouser
Ranger Cap
Boonie Hat
Combat Shirt
EXTREME Combat Shirt

New Patterns from Tiger Stripe Products

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

Ever since my days as a kid, I’ve always liked the Tiger pattern. Maybe the old versions were more art than science, but they were definitely distinctive. Over the ensuing years, Tiger Stripe Products started to produce recreations of the Viet Nam advisor pattern and then began to develop new, unique patterns culminating with the initial modern USAF blue tigerstripe pattern. While the Air Force chose to go a slightly different direction, TSP hasn’t stopped their work. In addition to a couple of patterns developed for specific clients they have just released images of their newly reworked All Terrain Tiger patterns. In addition to the version above, they have also produced “digital” variants. You will notice that the colorway is very familiar as it is proving the be the most effective for use with transitional patterns based on the 2009 camo testing.

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