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Thursday, November 17, 2011

New PenCott Camouflage Headwear and Nylon Gear

Some new great head wear designs have been released for purchase and we also have the first look at some Nylon Pouches in a PenCott camouflage pattern. Firstly, SOD Gear has put up the their  Spectre Cap in Badlands and Sandstorm available for purchase on the front page of their Military Clothing and Gear Store.

Spectre Cap Badlands
This is an extremely well crafted cap with a head band that wicks moisture at the forehead to keep seat out of your eyes. It also features hook and loop at the front, top, and rear for any compatible attachments. The cap has adjustable sizing with a hook and loop adjustable band, but does come in two sizing options with Small/Medium or Large/X-Large

Spectre Cap Badlands
Thus far they just have it listed in the transitional Badlands and Sanstorm camouflage pattern, but we are certain you will soon see this in the other PenCott GreenZone variant. These caps are listed for 28 Euro which rounds out to around $38 USD at SODGear.com

Slangvel "Bigeared" Neck Flap Hat
Moving on to some head wear that is made in the USA. Slangvel has released a very unique hat in the PenCott Badlands Camouflage called the "Bigeared" Neck Flap Hat.

Many of you may have seen a lot of Slangvel's unique designs including the low provide Patrol Caps and RECCE Mesh Boonie hats.

This latest hat is based on those worn by originally worn by French Paratroopers and gained its moniker from the original designer, who was a French Colonel nicknamed Bigeared. The Bigeared Neck Flap Hat is manufactured with the PenCott Badlands 50/50 NYCO Ripstop Fabric. It is currently listed in a Large sizing with a buy now price of $45 over at the Slangvel Ebay Store.

We certainly couldn't leave GreenZone out of the mix and as luck has it Whisky Two-Four has released shots of their TPX Mag Pouch in the temperate camouflage. This mag pouch is designed with 1000 Denier Cordura Nylon material with a secure Velcro shut flap and reinforced stitching. These two are made in the USA just as the fabric and it turns out they are right in our neck of the woods They offer double and triple pouches and can soon be found at WTFPB.com

PenCott GreenZone TPX Mag Pouch
It is clear that Hyde Definition is definitely making in-roads here stateside. It is exciting to see that they are getting the Nylon Fabric out to manufacturers and we are anticipating new products utilizing their PenCott camouflage patterns. If that was not enough for your update, it appears Military Morons has something in the works for a PenCott Badlands Uniform. Be sure to check in with them at MilitaryMorons.com for the full scoop.


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