CHOOSE YOUR CAMO – BLEND INTO THE ENVIRONMENT
The design of a camouflage pattern takes advantage of the way the human eye and brain perceives shape, volume and colour.
Since only a very small portion of the human eye perceives color, the brain does a lot of “filling-in” for the eye. This is where the design of each camo comes into play and makes you difficult to spot in your chosen surroundings.
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Suitable for multiple environments, from a forest canopy to a dry and arid desert. Effectively limits the near-IR & visual signature of the operator.
Projects a distinctly authoritative presence appropriate for any environment. Designed to complement an officer’s existing equipment and present a sharp, professional image for top-tier LE units.
Used for temperate woodland terrain. A mottled pattern with six colours matching those of nature in Central Europe’s forests. Excellent visual disruption properties.
Works especially well in verdant woodland and forest terrains; also in open temperate grassland meadows. Effectively deceives the eye even at close range.
Suitable for ops in forests, grassy plains, mountain terrain, arid zones, villages, or cities. Excels in tricking the brain & concealing you from detection.
Forest ops in a wide range of vegetation, works even when operating in midsized urban areas. This camo keeps its disrupted pattern even on distance.