Marvel approached Hyperstealth with the request and the film tested a number of Hyperstealth's snow camouflage variants before deciding on the version shown in the image on the right; a 3 color digital (pixelated) pattern called Juliet-11 from Hyperstealth's Deceptex line of over 600 camouflage patterns.
|Hyperstealth Deceptex Juliet-11|
Hyperstealth has pioneered print on demand camouflage with their own digital Inkjet textile printers and were able to print the entire run in-house required by the studio for the 300 uniforms. A typical minimum run at a large textile printer company is 10,000 yards and can take a few weeks of screen preparation and color tweaking. Hyperstealth can produce their many patterns in 5 yard increments and the speed at which it is done is measured in hours. This is critical to the fast response needed for filming schedules.