Monday, August 18, 2014

F.E.A.R. Camo Sidewinder Pattern Revealed

Assuming you have not previously been following along with us, you may have seen the F.E.A.R. Camo D1RT Pattern and not even realized it. Their popular sniper photo highlighting the pattern has been popping up all over the internet, but we rarely see any credit given. 
Sidewinder Camo Hide
The effectiveness of the camouflage in that photo is amazing and we are sure countless people have spent a lot of time hunting down the sniper. Of course they would be too late if the his sights were on them. Now they have released the new Sidewinder Desert Variant of the pattern for broader use in Arid environments. 

Sidewinder Closeup
If the terrain in the photo above looks familiar, it is not by coincidence. This is the same area utilized in some of the popular shots showcasing the D1RT Pattern. D1RT is a desert variant, but specific to higher altitudes where the terrain is rockier and the rocks transition from lighter colored sandstone to darker grey granite. Sidewinder looks great in this same setting.

F.E.A.R. Camo (D1RT Left, Sidewinder Right)
HD mesh veils can be utilized as supplemental concealment for the end-user's loadout. F.E.A.R. Camo has other samples out for testing in a variety of areas to highlight the viability of the pattern. Perhaps it is our affinity to desert camo, but we do look forward to seeing more examples of Sidewinder in use soon.

F.E.A.R. Camo Sidewinder Pattern Reveal