It is very much the fashion these days to wear camouflage that’s all “matchy-matchy” – in other words, for everything from your boots to your hat and your gloves to your belt and everything in between to be in the same, perfectly matched camouflage pattern.
However, sometimes its good to mix things up a bit – especially in “transitional” terrain or seasons. In these photos we see the guys from O’Neill Ops using this principle to great effect on the plains of South Dakota recently with a combination of PenCott-BadLands™ and PenCott-SnowDrift™.
Incidentally, the camo oversuit they’re using here was developed by Hyde Definition, and is currently being produced under license by Applied Orange Performance Equipment.
Other SnowDrift options in lightweight, water-resistant polyester and water-resistant-treated, 50/50 nylon-cotton ripstop are available from Drop Zone Tactical, Sabre, – and coming soon from Leo Koehler, Helikon-Tex and UF PRO.
This year’s IWA & Outdoor Classics trade fair in Nurmeberg, Germany (8-11 March) will include, for the first time, an extensive representation of the PenCott family of camouflage patterns.
(stand #508, Hall 7A)
Stop by the Hyde Definition booth to see samples of the full range of PenCott printed fabrics and materials – as well as garments and gear in PenCott camouflage from several manufacturers from around the globe. Also featured will be the first public appearance of PenCott printed webbing from Texcel Industries.
Being located in Canada’s north Drop Zone Tactical know a thing or two about snow – they also know a thing or two about making combat clothing and gear with bomb-proof quality and jaw-dropping innovation. So, when they set out to design a winter camo over smock and pant set, you could expect it to be great. The Tyrannus Over Suit is just that. A great winter camo over smock and pant set.
Drop Zone Tactical in Alberta, Canada continues to add to their list of products in PenCott-GreenZone camouflage….
The latest addition to the portfolio is the “Mutha Ruka” long range recce pack – inspired by the classic British Army Bergen pack, but updated and improved in many ways. Check out the Mutha Ruka product page on Drop Zone Tactical’s website for the full story.
Drop Zone Tactical’s GreenZone portfolio now includes the following items:
For more information about these products, follow the links above, or contact Drop Zone Tactical via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or through their Facebook page.
Watch out for our “Badlands” and “Snowdrift” patterns to be added to Drop Zone Tactical’s portfolio soon as well.
US-based tactical gear mega-source OPSGEAR is now selling Drop Zone Tactical’s legendary RECCE Smocks in PenCott camo.
Offered as a non-inventory item, the smocks are made-to-order at a $40.00 savings over the normal retail price. At the present time, GreenZone is the only PenCott option but Drop Zone Tactical have announced previously that Badlands will be added to their line-up soon as well.
Last month, Drop Zone Tactical unveiled their Ops Pant, Hybrid Shirt, Recce Smock and Stubby Boonie Hat in PenCott-GreenZone camouflage at the 5th Annual Alberta Tactical Officers Association Competition. Today, the rest of us got a sneak preview too.
- Stubby Boonie Hat, Hybrid Shirt, Ops Pants – PenCott-GreenZone camouflage
Drop Zone Tactical’s legendary Recce Smock – now available in PenCott-GreenZone
Close-up of the Stubby Boonie Hat in PenCott-GreenZone
V765 Full-Zip Utility Pouch in PenCott-GreenZone
The prices for these items in Pencott-GreenZone are as follows:
Stubby Boonie Hat: $49.99
Hybrid Shirt: $119.99
3G Ops Pants: $199.99
Recce Smock: $399.99
To order any of these items, phone toll free (in the US and Canada) at: 1-855-464-1333. If you are in the Edmonton, Alberta area, visit the Check Point Charlie Survival Supply Show Room at 4915 68th Avenue.
Drop Zone Tactical have also confirmed that they will also stock PenCott-Badlands as of this autumn. Keep an eye on their Facebook page and website for further information.