Shinesty’s Rogue Gentleman Camo Dress Suit is 100% polyester composite, and features a camo pattern which will allow you to blend into a wooded environment while looking sharply dressed; sorry to say in the business world you’d stick out like a sore thumb, but, hey, you can’t win ’em all.
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A reader has sent in info on an interesting camouflage shirt they procured at the Tahoe Hemp Company in Tahoe, CA. The shirt is made of 55/45 Hemp/Organic Cotton, hand-dyed by Divine Tribe in their proprietary Cannaflage pattern. The camo itself is reminiscent of digital Woodland, with cannabis leaves interspersed within the pattern. The reader claims the heavy, natural fibers allow the shirt to work well as a base layer, and although it took several washings to cut down on the scratchy texture, the shirt keeps warm when its cool, cool when its warm, and has great moisture wicking attributes.
Thanks to ‘JL’ for the tip and pics!
Featuring the use of Helikon-Tex CPUs in PenCott-BadLands camouflage pattern, Halo: Nightfall will become a feature-length film scheduled to release on March 17 this year for DVD, Blue-ray and on digital channels including iTunes.
See the new trailer here…
Youth Extreme Outdoors is a new exhibitor which will be present at both SHOT Show 2015 and the Industry Day at the Range. They’ll be showing their new line of 3D camouflage patterns, including the 3D Motocross pattern above. Stay tuned for more information from the show floor!
For this (I Can’t Believe It’s Not) MultiCam Monday, we’re reposting an old classic from three years ago. Why is it always during Halloween that the MultiCam ripoffs come out of the woodwork?
Available at Target, the boy’s Army Command Costume consists of two pieces, the uniform and helmet. It’s made from 70% polyester and is available in small, medium and large sizes. My favorite aspect of this costume is the ‘Army’ tag; it’s a nice touch that lets other people know: “Yes, I am pretending to be an Army Commando this fine Halloween’s night. Candy, please!” There’s also something familiar about the camouflage that I can’t quite put my finger on…
This costume USMC Cover I found today on sale at a Halloween supply store features a camo pattern that is very reminiscent of Crye precision’s standard MultiCam. As expected from a costume piece, it features a few defects, however it’s a pretty decent piece especially for the five dollars I got it for.
5.11 Tactical came up with their own ‘gun camo’, which is a camouflage-inspired design that uses the silhouettes of more than a few popular and/or iconic firearms. This cap in particular, which features the pattern, is made from polyester fabric with a dobby mesh six panel design, adjustable fit, and integrated sweatband.
The 5.11 Gun Camo Cap seems to be the only product currently available on the official 5.11 Tactical website that uses the Gun Camo, however they’ve also done a line of beanies, also available in Brown and Grey, that are available from numerous online retailers.
These images were sent to us by TFB reader Case Jumper via Facebook. They’re of a Mandalorian (that’s Boba Fett’s race for those not in the know) armor that’s been given the ole Crye treatment. Great stuff Case! You can see more on his Facebook profile page, linked above.
CamoTrading.com is a website that sells hundreds of wildlife-themed home decor and clothing items. Everything from camo bedding to glasswear to handbags and more is on offer, in camouflages such as Realtree AP. They also sell other hunting themed items, such as deer clocks, a shotgun shell bird feeder, and camo cooking utensils.
Just in case that whole Scorpion thing with printers blows up in their face, I suggest PEO Soldier take a hard look at MultiDoge as a backup plan.
This post originally appeared on Soldier Systems Daily.
Kryptek’s Tartaros hoodie is a piece of casual wear that can either be worn as part of a layering system or as a stand alone outer layer piece. Made from 97.5% polyester and 2.5% spandex, the Tartaros features a stretch fabric front kangaroo pocket and 3-piece hood with draw adjustment. Currently available in three Kryptek patterns, in four configurations: Highlander, Typhon w/ black, Typhon w/ red, and Yeti.
Under Armour’s Mobtown basketball shoe features a slim athletic cut designed to offer better mobility by eliminating the bulk of extra fabric. The camouflage upper, called Dune (it’s not licensed MultiCam, but it’s certainly inspired by Crye’s pattern), is made from water-resistant canvas. The ultra-soft collar lining and full-length Micro G sockliner make up the inside of the shoe.
Also available with a Black full-grain leather upper.
Sleefs are an arm covering for outdoor activities that offer protection from sun at 30 SPF. They also keep the muscles warm during cold weather activities.
Here, Titus models the digicam version but they offer a wide variety of patterns including sports teams.
Halo: Nightfall is the upcoming Ridley Scott produced live action series based in the Halo universe. As you can see in the above image, members of the Colonial Guard forces in the series are wearing HELIKON-TEX CPUs (Combat Patrol Uniform) in PenCott BadLands camouflage.
To find out more about Halo: Nightfall, visit: www.halowaypoint.com/en-us/halo-nightfall
I was ‘out and about’ last night, and I happened to spot these ‘Limited Edition Kryptek Military Heroes Pack’ boxes of Mountain Dew. Reportedly, only the boxes get the camo, not the cans. You can pick these up anywhere they sell Mountain Dew.
There’s been a big push recently for gray colored gear thanks to its ability to “blend” into the urban landscape. Well, as it turns out, Disney’s practically perfected this ideal in their own proprietary Go Away Green and No See-um Gray colors. They coat their utility and auxiliary buildings in their various parks with the colors so that the guests pass by the buildings without noticing them.
You can read more about it, and check out some photos, here: everythingwdisneyworld.com/2012/07/go-away-green-and-no-see-um-gray-at
Camobooty, a Colorado-based company that manufactures apparel and accessories in somewhat-risqué camouflage patterns featuring female silhouettes, has been purchased by Link International Investments, a firm headed by former Jack Link’s Beef Jerky Global CEO, Jay Link. Under Link, Camobooty will be further expanding their product line, using the five original camouflages: Brazen Blaze, Foxy Pine, Heartbreak Pink, Snowy Angel, and Wood Nymph.
Hat tip: Sawyer County Record
This Camo Duffle from Frank Cleg Leatherworks is part of their upcoming Fall/Winter ’14 line. It’s made from multicolored panels of leather, giving it a Woodland-esque appearance.
Frank Clegg bags are handcrafted in Massachusetts.
As part of the new 2014 camo collection from G-Shock, the GD-120CM-5ER features a special, military-style camouflage print. Water resistant up to 200 meters, with quartz digital movement. Capable of 12/24 hour format, with an onboard alarm, calenar, stopwatch, and LED light.
Also available in ‘red/black’ and ‘grey/dark grey’ camouflage prints.
Available from Klepsoo.
This video from YouTuber Randy Jacob shows off how to apply a MultiCam-esque pattern to gear and airsoft guns using spray paint. Check out the video description on YouTube for more in-depth information.
Also, it may help to turn down the volume before viewing; the music’s kinda loud.
This video shows the processes Duro Textiles takes when printing MultiCam on a variety of fabrics and the high level of quality control they exhibit.
Thanks to Hutch for the tip!