Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Revamped Website for Hyde Definition

If you have been keeping up on the latest developments for Pencott Camouflage and the various products in the works utilizing the patterns, then you have probably found yourself visiting the Hyde Definition website on occasion for updates. Well, they have now made it easier than ever with a streamlined design and easy click through navigation to get to the source for the information you are seeking. 

Hyde Definition has a growing base of manufacturers that are picking up their camouflage for military apparel, nylon tactical gear, and beyond. A listing of current end-use production companies are provided with both a clothing and gear section. You can now see the different fabrics available if you are one of these potential partners looking to see what types of materials are available, whether it be 500 and 1000 Denier Nylon or Poly/Cotton and NYCO blend clothe. All of which are Made in the USA!

If you are one of these manufacturers and believe that the proof is in the pudding, you can request a sample of the fabric from They are keeping these samples limited to end-use production companies only. We will be sure to check back regularly to report on new partners picking up the pattern as well as additional patterns in the work including their Snowdrift (Artic) Pattern. Check out the new digs and stay in the loop at

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