Located in the town of Witaszyce, Poland – and also with a strong online presence – their main business is firearms, ammunition and military vehicles, but Sprzet Militarny could also literally be described as a PenCott superstore!
Offering one of the widest ranges of PenCott gear and clothing under one roof / one website, the shop features products from Helikon-Tex, SPECOPS, Leo Koehler, and Stronghold Group – the screen grab below shows just a few…
Check them out online at: www.sprzetmilitarny.pl
And on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/sprzetmilitarny
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.
COMBAT-ID is the brain-child of Remik Matuszewski from Lodz, Poland – described on his Facebook page as a “one man army of ideas, stuff and technology” – and turns out unique, custom team, call sign, morale, flag and special patches.
One of the defining characteristics of his work is the use of IR reflective and glow-in-the-dark materials. He’s also a fan of PenCott. So recently he combined these two interests to produce the team patch for Polish paintball team “Stronghold Group”, and also IRR Canadian and UK flag patches.
“Stronghold Group” team patches.
Subdued IRR Canadian flag patch – – IRR on one side, glow-in-dark on the other. Top photo taken without flash, bottom photo with flash.
Subdued UK flag patch – IRR on one side, glow-in-dark on the other.
Velcro is sewn on around the edges of the patches on both sides so a camouflage patch cover can be fitted if desired.
You can see more of COMBAT-ID’s work on their Facebook page.