Hyde Definition announces that their PenCott-Snowdrift camouflage pattern is now available to order on the first of three planned fabric types.

The current fabric is a lightweight, packable, quick-drying and water-resistant 100% polyester shell fabric.  This is the same fabric, with the same finish and nIR spec, as used by the US Marine Corps for their snow camouflage over-suit.

photograph of actual fabric

As with all of Hyde’s other products, this fabric is printed by Duro Industries in Fall River, Massachusetts, USA – and orders are shipped from their warehouse.

FABRIC specifications:

  • Construction: 108 warp / 94 fill
  • Weight: 4.40 linear yards per pound
  • Fiber Content: 100% Polyester
  • Features: water resistant, quick drying
  • Finished Width: 62”

Due to popular demand, the next 2 fabrics that they will produce in this pattern are Quarpel-treated 50/50 NyCo ripstop and DWR-finished and Urethane-backed 500D Cordura nylon.

Watch out for garments and gear in this pattern to hit the market soon.

simulation of pattern applied to over-suit and mitten covers

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