Tuesday, August 9, 2011

PenCott Camouflage MBS-1 Combat Uniform Field Shots

Camouflage can be a rather sanitized product if you don't put it to use. These photos of SPECOPS MBS-1 Combat Uniform out in the field showing the true concealment ability of the PenCott's Woodland and Transitional Colorway show true functionality of the patterns.

This first shot is the single PenCott Badlands colorway photo courtesy of Michal Olszyca in a draw brush field at an undisclosed location in Poland. This is their transitional pattern meant for easy movement within a region that has differing terrains within a close proximity. 
 MBS-1 Combat Uniform in PenCott Badlands
In this two part hide and reveal set he is wearing SPECOPS MBS-1 Combat Uniform in the GreenZone colorway meant for wooded and forest regions. It can take some time to find him despite the close proximity of the shot. Just imagine if you weren't looking for someone.
PenCott GreenZone Camouflage MBS-1 Combat Uniform Hide
The headwear may have given him away in the first shot but you go back and see that with out this distinct shape and differing color, it may have been even more difficult to pick out the uniform concealed by the PenCott GreenZone Pattern. The confluence of moss, ferns, bark, and ground cover do not throw off this patterns versatility to blend in with this type of environment and make the combat uniform an object of no particular interest by the human eye. 

PenCott GreenZone Camouflage Reveal
We definitely want to see more photo testing like this out in different environments, but we definitely think SPECOPS made a great decision in choosing Hyde Definition's PenCott Multi-Environment Camouflage as one of their families of patterns to trail with the Polish Army.

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