In previous camouflage comparisons I have focused mainly on the newest and/or dominant patterns available and those in use by „western“ militaries. At the same time I was restricted to what was at hand. As you know, I got my hands on quite a lot of camouflage patterns in the previous months so I am […]
In my last review I took a closer look at three different semi-arid, transitional camouflage patterns: PenCott BadLands, Camogrom and Kryptek Highlander. For the sake of readability I split it in two parts – after all I had compiled around 30 pictures. Part 1 put the various camouflage patterns under absolute extreme exposure, showing the […]
Some time has passed since my last camouflage comparison and to be honest, I was quite surprised by the attention my last fieldtest attracted. The article was a little bit provoking to be honest, but apparently that was what started a very fruitful exchange on various platforms. One thing let to another and the team […]
In September I published a small field test on the performance of SloCam in the European forest environment. In this particular previous review I also mentioned I had taken some pictures with uniform sets in Multicam and PenCott Greenzone as well. In the following review I want to present this mentioned material as well as […]
It feels silly to write about the application of certain camouflage patterns in winter time when it has nearly 20°C outside and spring is in full blossom. But here I am, working off my material, that has been piling up in the recent months. In the end it is winter somewhere on this planet in […]
If Pine Survey is notorious of something in this huge universe of review blogs it is camouflage reviews. Those reports of mine are still among those with the highest hit count and if I get asked something via PM or mail it is about camouflage with a 75% chance.
With that being said I want to present you yet another small contribution to the list of camouflage evaluations. I have introduced SloCam to you guys before in 1-2 reviews. Those were done with a sole cloth of fabric, which is nice to get an first impression of the pattern itself, but it only tells half of the story.
After speaking with my friends at UF PRO, they were kind enough to field me a set of SloCam apparel. With that I was able to shoot some more pictures for you guys to give you an impression on how this camouflage pattern actually looks in the wild. This will only be a small part of a coming series of reviews I am now able to do.
Die deutsche Version dieses Beitrages kann im Tacticalforum nachgelesen werden. Just like every other year, huge masses of people visited Nuremberg to witness the madness of the IWA Outdoor Fair this time of the year. And like always the onrush was massive to say the least and one could witness the full spectrum of outdoor […]
Die deutsche Version dieses Review kann im Tacticalforum nachgelesen werden. Recently I was asked by a reader from the UK if it was possible to take some comparative pictures of Multicam, SloCam and PenCott. After quite some mails we came to the conclusion that I would compare all the patterns which are available to me […]
My little camo reviews seem to attract quite some attention and so I decided to take one of my earlier views at Slocam and translate it into English. Since that particular review was written, I had the opportunity to make some more pictures of the pattern in the forest. So this will not only be […]
Die deutsche Version dieses Reviews befindet sich im Tacticalforum. Thanks to the guys at Tacticaltrim I was able to extend my personal camouflage experiments even further and can present you hereby an addition to my previous fieldtests. After an extensive discussion we decided to take a look at four specific camouflage patterns which are suited […]