View Poll Results: What Camo do you use/depend on?

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  • DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material) Desert or Woodland

    15 7.81%
  • ACU (Standard American Army Combat Uniform)

    27 14.06%
  • MarPat Woodland or Desert

    20 10.42%
  • CadPat Woodland or desert

    1 0.52%
  • American Woodland

    41 21.35%
  • Other, please state

    88 45.83%
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Thread: What camo do you use?

  1. #11
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    Multicam is the best I've used so far - hands down.

    However, this stuff coming from quite a few of the top people industry could be promising:
    http://soldiersystems.net/2009/11/05...led/atacs0002/

    Also, TAD is designing their own pattern that should be interesting based on the pictures I've seen of it.

    A pic from a hiking trip wearing the TAD Gear Battle Hoodie LT in Multicam.




    And a few of some HSLD individuals who wear the pattern:








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    I've used multicam in the Oregon coastal areas to the high deserts of Nevada and the forests of Idaho. It worked better than any other camo in each of those three vastly different environments!

    The A-tacs new camo that bourneshooter linked to seems like it would work well in many urban environments, during the fall, and high deserts as well as A-stan and such places... but I don't see any greens in it at all.... makes me wonder if they have a 'greenish' version or if that was the final product?
    Last edited by Idaho Corsair; 11-07-2009 at 01:21 AM.

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    Not to be off topic, but I prefer plain ol woodland camo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Idaho Corsair View Post
    The A-tacs new camo that bourneshooter linked to seems like it would work well in many urban environments, during the fall, and high deserts as well as A-stan and such places... but I don't see any greens in it at all.... makes me wonder if they have a 'greenish' version or if that was the final product?


    When asked for more pictures of A-Tacs, one of the people behind the product development said this:

    So would our competitors Big Grin

    There will be many more pics of all the various A-TACS covered styles from each of the participating companies available soon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by VoorTrekker View Post
    +1

    ASAT and the hunting camo has caught my attention. It's good because it does blend in and I have missed people wearing it.

    I was out archery hunting today using ASAT. I had a ground hog 3ft next to me and a cat 7ft. I didn't see any deer, but none of the animals or people that were in the area spotted me with ASAT. It's good stuff.

    If you are looking for BDU type camo...multicam is by far the best available. It is not cheap, but it works very well.

    I'd avoid ACU...it's so good that the Army is going to replace it....Army went with ACU over multicam because they were cheap...and now they realize that ACU sucks.

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    Where did you find your ASAT!??!? I can't find that stuff for the life of me, and I want some!

    To the author of this thread, search for "camo" and "camouflage" on the forum search and you will find plenty of good discussion on this topic.

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    Some more of Multicam being used in various enviroments:
















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    I wore my set of Multicam camping this weekend in the Hill Country north of Austin. General concensus of everyone there was that it blended well at both distance and up close. Colors were just right for all times of the year as well (even the 7 days of winter we get).

    RB6

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    Just a quick heads up on the IR capabilities of the different multicam fabrics. Here is an IR test for some multicam products.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlFp8T14J5A
    Last edited by Doomjunkie; 11-08-2009 at 10:05 PM. Reason: Forgot the link.

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    How well do the style with the built in knee and elbow pads work?


    Pads comfy?

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