Camoclad Camouflage System has been creating a variety of large vehicle graphics for years, but earlier today they announced something new. You’re now able to get both the A-TACS AU and A-TACS FG Camo as a vinyl graphic for your vehicle.
This is a high performance vinyl graphic that can be used on everything ranging from weapons to vehicles. It can also be used on watercraft and spotting scopes and is able to withstand temperatures ranging from -65 to +225 degrees. The new A-TACS camo kit has been specifically scaled to fit large vehicles.
What’s interesting about Camoclad is that it’s not just extremely strong and durable, it can actually protect your paint job. As long as you make sure the surface is clean when you install the graphics, your vehicle will look unchanged if you decide to remove Camoclad after a few years.
If you are looking for more information, visit Camoclad.com or check out the A-TACS press release. Camoclad can help you find a dealer in your area and provides DIY tips if you’re looking to wrap your Jeep or truck with A-TACS camo.
We know you guys have been eagerly awaiting our Camo Comparision II results, and today we’ll be releasing our preliminary comparison images.
We’re asking for your help to cast your vote on which four patterns you find to be the most effective in the terrain locations below.
As there are close to 200 images contained below, we need to narrow them down into the four most visually effective patterns before we release the further analysis on each of those respective patterns. If you remember from our previous article on Target Detection and Identification, there are many other ways to analyze a pattern other than what the naked eye sees.
Without further adieu, we present our preliminary Camo Comparison II images and look forward to your feedback. Please cast your votes in the polls at the end of each location. [Read More…]
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!
You may remember us talking about the new A-TACS camouflage a few posts ago and we have another camo update for you. In a recent press release, Digital Concealment Systems and Tactical Assault Gear (TAG) announced that A-TACS nylon gear will now be available for purchase. [Read More…]
In case you missed last night’s exclusive Ustream Interview with Steve and Philip of Digital Concealment Systems (A-TACS), I’ve embedded the recorded interview video below and will briefly touch on some awesome news unveiled in the broadcast.
It was great to be able to talk with a company the way we were able to with DCS, and represents a transparency not commonly seen in the tactical industry. We all felt the interview went very well and will continue to bring the community many more great interviews. [Read More…]
In other Camouflage news today, an A-TACS press release recently went out with the announcement that after many months of stage two development, their berry compliant Nylon Cordura fabric, webbing and hook and loop is now available for purchase.
A fantastic release, and something we’d never seen first hand with any camo pattern until SHOT Show this year, is printed loop velcro. A-TACS recently sent us over an exclusive uniform to use in our upcoming Camouflage Comparison that features the printed loop.
Be sure to click on the photos below and get a good view of how great the loop matches. It’s even better in person, as the photos don’t do it justice. [Read More…]
We received a press release yesterday from Dana over at Bulldog Tactical Equipment letting us know that the Venom Industries Website is now live.
Venom Industries is a sister site to Bulldog Tactical and was created to open another avenue of sales to not only the Military, Government and Law Enforcement, but civilians as well.
While there’s an excellent product line up already on the Venom Website, absent are their Mirage Camouflage uniforms for civilian sale, which according to Dana, are “still a possibility for the future.” While we at ITS understand their reasoning behind keeping uniforms restricted to select individuals, we know many were looking forward to their availability through Venom.
As we’ve previously mentioned, they have been releasing Mirage Camouflage fabric to vendors such as OC Tactical, and also carry select items in Mirage on the Venom site.
We’ll keep you posted with further developments on Mirage, which will again be included in our upcoming Camo Comparison and seemed to dominate Multicam in the environment of our last comparison.