With IWA there usally always comes the question about what camouflage patterns will be exhibited, will there be something new, will it be less or more like last year and so on. Camouflage at IWA The usual suspects were there as always, I don’t need to talk about Multicam and Co, because they are here […]
Helikon-Tex did not disappoint during this years IWA. As every year they come up with new ideas and set the bar higher constantly. Having several new pack designs, but also jackets, fleeces and hoodies, next to other accessoires, it was crazy to look through the whole line up. PenCott Wildwood will be available from May […]
It has been a while since I published a comparative review on camouflage patterns. Since it is Winter – or better said – since winter is almost over, I had another opportunity to make use of the many camo uniforms given to me by Helikon-Tex. Some of you might remember, that I have already written […]
UR-Tactical is a high quality producer for Airsoft apparel based in Hong Kong. Along with Helikon-Tex they were the only ones with some PenCott Metropolis at the show.
As every year Armin and his Team of UF PRO managed to surprise everyone with products no one was expecting! This year it was the urban line with streamlined and low provile pants as well as an amazing Jacket with hints to a historical design and fabric that will make you drool: Etaproof aka Ventile […]
Just as last year there Helikon-Tex stepped up its game and will be releasing lots of new products this year. At the booth you could find everything from gear to apparel as well as two new PenCott camouflage patterns wich already showed you here on the blog.
Some more pictures of IWA 2017 for you guys!
Some impressions of IWA for you guys!
Introduction Regular readers of mine, as well as followers on Facebook and Instagram might know that I got hold of several camouflage uniforms this year – courtesy of Helikon Tex. With this means available to me, I was able to shoot several comparison pictures throughout the year. With the following review I want to show […]
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 […]