MULTICAM® VS. PENCOTT™ BADLANDS
The guys at UF PRO send over their latest news from the company. Today, they didn´t send a new product or let us know at what they´re working on, no today we have a “in field comparison” from their Striker XT BDU combat clothing in MultiCam and PenCott BadLands.
They took the gear in those patterns to the field and did some action shots to present more in detail their Striker BDU in those outstanding camouflage patterns. So that´s not a classic camo comparison as you may know it from other companys!
ABOUT THE PATTERNS:
PENCOTT™ BADLANDS– As the name already suggests, BadLands was specifically designed for arid environments. The pattern is a 3-1 pattern, which means it consists out of macro, mid and micro elements, thus providing great concealment at close, mid and long ranges.
MULTICAM® – The famous multi environment camouflage pattern, better known as MultiCam® was designed for a wide range of environments and seasons. After becoming the officially issued US Army pattern for Afghanistan operations, MultiCam® soon became one of the most popular and widely used camouflages in the industry.
BUT NOW, DISCOVER THE PATTERNS IN ACTION!
ARE YOU HUNGRY NOW? I´M SURE YOU ARE!
Learn more about the uniform and all it´s features – visit their website for the full product details from the Striker BDU.
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