The 2014 Special Operations Medical Association Scientific Assembly (SOMSA) conference has come to a close with big changes on the... View ArticleView Article
Today we’re officially leaving for our next Camo Comparison! We had to reschedule from the first announcement due to logistics, but I’m happy to say we’re really leaving this time.
I’m heading down to Big Bend National Park with my good friend Jack from The Survival Podcast to not only take the next round of comparison photos, but also to work on some collaboration articles we’ve been talking about doing.
This next comparison will forgo solid colors and feature MultiCam, Mirage, A-TACS, Pencott, Desert MARPAT, Woodland MARPAT, SAF Digital (Singapore), UCP (ACU), Three Color Desert, Chocolate Chip, Desert Tiger Stripe and Japanese Flecktarn.
We’ve been working closely with Rian Rossouw, who is well known in Camouflage circles, to bring on board some testing procedures that will not only evaluate the different camouflage uniforms on what you’d feel would work the best in the environment, but will also evaluate colors and micro/macro patterns.
Stay tuned for an article describing these different ways to analyze camouflage tomorrow. We’re excited about the next round of testing, and can’t wait to bring you the results!
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Can't wait! I bought a set of Multicam direct from Crye after your last review.
Going back to your "buy quality gear" article, it was spendy but the stuff is bombproof.
Can't wait! I bought a set of Multicam direct from Crye after your last review. Going back to your "buy quality gear" article, it was spendy but the stuff is bombproof.
Cant wait for the new comparisons. Really interested to see how Desert/woodland Marpat, Mirage, and ATACS do here.