Monday, November 21, 2011


There is a big buzz for the new A-TACS FG ACU cut uniform by Propper International and plenty of people are asking us when it will be coming out. The official word is to expect it come Spring of 2012. In the meantime the latest product shots have been released giving you a great up close look at the latest camouflage pattern on the Army Combat Uniforms including the ACU Coat, Pants, and Propper Boonie Hat. 

No major change is expected in the design of the ACU with A-TACS FG Camo, since it is manufactured to military specifications, but certainly report on any other developments that come up from Propper's military apparel, including the TAC.U Combat shirt. We will also keep an eye out for a Battle Dress Uniform in the Foliage Green variant, this just recently came out in the original A-TACS AU.

A-TACS FG ACU Trousers
We are excited to see these products in the A-TACS FG Camo at the SHOT Show in January along with additional matching nylon gear in the new Foliage Green pattern. The partnership among multiple high quality manufacturers has provided a wide array of options to be released in close proximity, so that you may purchase boots, armor carriers, packs, and other tactical gear in this camouflage variant.

Propper Boonie Hat in A-TACS FG
The Propper A-TACS FG ACU will be open for purchase for online at as soon as final specifications and pricing are available. As always, we will provide free shipping with the uniform set. We will also be providing regular updates for availability of the ACU and other products at our Predator Intelligence Facebook Page. You can "Like" are page and we will provide the latest information for order dates along with the latest images as well as information about the latest tactical gear and military clothing available in the camouflage.

A-TACS FG ACU Cut Uniform by Propper

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  1. Is this a new uniform for the US Army?

  2. No, but the ACU is the cut of uniform used by the Army in their Army Combat Uniform. This is now made in Universal Camouflage Pattern, MultiCam, and A-TACS AU and A-TACS FG. The Army does not utilize the A-TACS camouflage patterns.