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Guide to Choosing Your Camo Pattern

January 14, 2017

Camouflage is very important for any operation as a good camouflage pattern shall blend you into the surround environment and stopping enemies from spotting you. The key element here is to choose the camouflage pattern that matches the elements of the surrounding.

 

 (Photo Courtesy: Guns.com 2015 and Multicampattern.com 2017)

 

Below we would use the examples from Multicam as it is the most recognized pattern globally.

 

MultiCam®                                                                                                                        

According to Multicampattern.com , 'The MultiCam® pattern was developed to effectively limit the visual and near-IR signature of a person operating across a very wide range of physical environments and seasons.' Hence, the original Multicam pattern would be an intermediate pattern that works in most environments around the world that consists of soil and greens with its brown, tan, beige and green color scheme. A range of other Multicam varieties have also been added later for specific environments.

 (Photo courtesy: Multicampattern.com 2017)

 

 

So we have discussed about the most general and most commonly found original Multicam Pattern that was designed for multiple transitional environments, hence 'Multi'. Next up we would discuss the other varieties that were added to the line that adapts to specific / regional environments. 

 

 

Multicam Arid™                                                               

 

'The MultiCam Arid™ pattern was developed to effectively reduce the visual and near-IR signature of a person operating in desert environments that predominantly consist of open sand and rock.' Multicam Arid, is a camouflage that is mainly designed for desert environments and the color scheme is mainly chocolate, tan, khaki and beige, which matches the colors commonly found in the environment with sand, rocks and dessert plants.

 

(Photo courtesy: Multicampattern.com 2017)

 

 

MultiCam Tropic™                                                                                                              

 

'The MultiCam Tropic™ pattern was developed to effectively reduce the visual and near-IR signature of a person operating in dense jungle environments, areas that predominantly consist of lush vegetation that remains relatively unaffected by seasonal changes. ' The Multicam Tropic was mainly designed for heavily vegetated areas, which is commonly found in South East Asia and South America with lots of greens and little open sand. The green and beige comination mimics the light going through vegetation in the jungle, which helps to conceal one's silhouette.

 (Photo courtest: Multicampattern.com 2017)

 

 

MultiCam Alpine™                                                                                                             

 

'The MultiCam Alpine™ pattern was developed to effectively reduce the visual and near-IR signature of a person operating in snow-covered environments. It is intended to be used in every area of operation that receives significant snowfall.' Being in an alpine area with lots of snow and little green plantations, Multicam Alpine provides a white based camouflage with grey and grey-blue elements often found in heavy snowfall areas where trees are no longer green and there are often a lot of rocks.

(Photo courtest: Multicampattern.com 2017)

 

 

MultiCam Black™                                                              

 

'The MultiCam Black™ pattern was developed to meet the unique requirements of law enforcement officers operating in high-risk environments. It projects a distinctly authoritative presence appropriate for domestic operations.' Comparatively, Multicam Black offers less concealment to the environment, as natural environments do not often have black elements, instead it works well in the dark and gives an impression of 'distinctly authoritative presence' to the general public, which also would mean : Here comes the special forces, do not resist!

 (Photo courtest: Multicampattern.com 2017)

 

 

 We hope this guide would help you choose what pattern works better in where you play, if not, just follow the pattern of the unit of your liking.

 

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Founded in 1998, we are the first, largest and most reliable international retailer specializing in airsoft and wargame equipment.