One of the most common requests we receive is for details and explanations of our color and camouflage options. Below, you’ll find a short explanation of each color or camouflage option, as well as some links to additional information. As always, don’t hesitate to contact us if ou need any additional info!
MultiCam is a multi-environment camouflage pattern currently in use with US Army deployed to Afghanistan, as well as SOCOM and elite law enforcement units. In our mind, one of the best camouflage patterns since original Woodland, or old school Tiger Stripe.
Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP or ACU)
Universal Camouflage Pattern was first introduced with the Army Combat Uniform (likely the source of the “ACU” moniker used to reference the pattern, despite officially being known as UCP) and was one of the largest adoption of a digital camouflage following the USMC and the Canadian Military. While an effective pattern in many environments, the US Army has opted to utilize MultiCam in their current engagement in Afghanistan. UCP, however, remains the official camouflage of the Army and is worn in garrison.
Coyote serves as a complimentary color to many current camouflages, including MultiCam, MARPAT (Desert and Woodland), CADPAT (Desert and Woodland), as well as the new A-TACS. With so many camouflage options, Coyote has become a standby, much the same as Olive Drab had been in years past.
One of the originals and still, in our minds, one of the best. Woodland camo continues to be an effective pattern throughout the military within the Special Operations community, testimony to its performance after serving our Troops for decades.
Building off the “Thin Blue Line”, our Law Enforcement color features a black background with navy blue webbing.
Red background with black webbing, our Fire color compliments most of the popular job shirts, station, and garrison gear.
Featured in the Protective Combat Uniform (PCU), Alpha Gray is a universal subdued gray that blends with environments, gear, and other camouflage patterns.