multi-tarn?

2 03 2010

It appears that German military clothing and equipment manufacturers Tacgear have a new flecktarn colourway up their sleeve. The company made a splash a couple of years ago with their snow camouflage, based on the the drawings or printing screens used for the Danish army 3 colour woodland camouflage (‘M84’).  Now they have quietly announced

a new “flecktarn” camouflage pattern which was developed for the today’s mission scenarios of the armed forces

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Only one picture on their site, and that’s a small one, but it looks like they’ve used a Multicam-like palette (a colour scheme that’s bound to increase in popularity now that both the US and British armies have adopted it for their Afghan adventures). Maybe there will be more evidence at this year’s IWA and outdoor classics show in 2 weeks time.


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2 03 2010
Decent Weasel

See, THAT’S got potential. I could see it actually providing large-scale disruption. Also like the emphasis on yellows. I’ve still got a candle burning for a more generalized arid/multi Pencott tbh.

3 03 2010
OzCam

Interesting. Tac-gear have a good record of trying new things. We need to see a much bigger photo though.

4 04 2010
Allan

It would be nice to see more of that pattern to decide if it is effective.

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