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SHOT Show 2018 – Wolf Performance Arms – A1 Complete AR-15 Upper

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

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Wolf Performance Arms, generally known for their ammunition and optics, is offering the Wolf A1 complete AR-15 upper, a clone of the upper used on the Taiwanese T91 service rifle. Compatible with MilSpec AR-15 lower receivers, the Wolf A1 features a short stroke piston gas system, and a hammer forged barrel chambered for 5.56mm NATO, with a 1:7 twist rate. Additional features include an authentic T91 handguard and charging handle, flash suppressor, and front sight.

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Arc’teryx LEAF Talks Wolf

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

Arc’teryx LEAF colorist Kavan Cronin discusses the theory and reasons behind the new Urban Wolf color technology.

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Blend Into The Sprawl

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

‘Blend Into The Sprawl’ is the Arc’teryx campaign to raise awareness of their new covert tonal shade – Wolf. Designed specifically to melt into the urban landscape, it’s a shade that blends into the shadows and offers a great alternative to the traditional green and brown-based earth tones so common with tactical performance clothing.

Arc’teryx has applied Wolf to their flagship Bravo Jacket as well as three new products; the Naga Hoody and Drac Jacket and Pant.

For those of you heading to IWA next week visit booth #7A-214 to get a first hand look.

Check out all of the products available in the new Wolf shade at leaf.arcteryx.com.

New Arc’teryx Color?

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Just like Arc’teryx developed Crocodile as their Green shade, word has it that they have developed a new LE shade called Wolf that is somewhere between Black and Grey. Few outside the outdoor market know that Arc’teryx has the largest and most extensive color shop in industry and are known to set the palette for the coming season. In fact, Arc’teryx has to be on the lookout for knockoff artists at major trade shows. In one case last year, they confronted a “fan” carrying a portable spectrometer attempting to take readings of their upcoming color palette.

The new shade is still a couple of seasons off but we look forward to this new option.

LEAF.Arcteryx.com