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.
OC Tactical announced today that PenCott-printed “Quiet Loop” from Propel LLC is now in stock and sold by the yard, in 1 inch and 4 inch widths.
Visit OC Tactical’s webstore for full details.
Propel is a woman-owned, small business based in Providence, Rhode Island that focuses on the development, marketing and sales of textile-driven products and technologies. Their ground-breaking Quiet Loop product is redefining the hook-and-loop fastener industry in the same way that PenCott has been redefining the state-of-the-art in commercially available camouflage patterns.
Quiet Loop has a noise signature reduction of approximately 50% over regular hook-and-loop fastener material and has been in use on the US SOCOM PCU Level 9 uniform for the better part of two years. Quiet Loop meets the physical performance requirements of A-A-55126B Class 4, is manufactured in the USA and meets the requirements of the Berry Amendment.
PenCott-printed Quiet Loop is available in the following widths:
Samples available in 1”, 2” and 4” widths.
Contact Brittany Haxton at Propel for samples and/or ordering information.