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While we know you’re foaming at the mouth to see how A-TACS did on our latest Camo Comparison, these are some great images of the pattern in an urban environment.
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"concrete BLOCK color." My bad on the spelling.
Look at photo 003. Look atthe block wall behind them and on the edge where they are peeking around. It used to be gray, but it's all dirty and mottled with darker grays, tans, and browns.
"concrete BLOCK color." My bad on the spelling. Look at photo 003. Look atthe block wall behind them and on the edge where they are peeking around. It used to be gray, but it's all dirty and mottled with darker grays, tans, and browns.
Have you seen the gray-tone camo being worn on the sidelines during NFL games? It's like gray-tone ATACS with a white honeycomb overlay. I look at ATACS and think "add some gray tones to it, like concrete black color, and you have something." I don'tthink all gray, but mix in some more gray-ish tone with the tans. What do you all think?