Our friends over at ITS Tactical have been busy recently going out into the boonies to run their 2nd big camo comparison photo-study.  They’ll have the photos processed and posted soon, but in the meantime they’ve posted a story about all the excitement, adventures, shenanigans and mis-adventures they experienced along the way.  Its an entertaining read.Meanwhile, here’s a taster of what’s to come… … and as you can see, Desert TigerStripe might look “tacti-cool” but is actually totally useless…

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0 Responses to ITS Tactical’s Big Camo Comparison, part 2

  1. DG says:

    I think one of the advantages of Tigerstripe (and Leiber) is that it is very effective at breaking up the body’s shadows. I can think of worse patterns in the above environment. (Its actually quite effective if you squint.)

    • strikehold says:

      If you squint hard enough, even UCP becomes more effective…

  2. strikehold says:

    Did Tiger Stripe Products actually ever manage to produce and sell any of those digital Tiger Stripe patterns they had on their website as “in development” about 3-4 years ago?

    • chris says:

      They were Brittish SAS guys if I`m not mistaken… they had that same camo !In case of the digital tigerstripe , the US Airforce uses that in a blue-greyish colour…

  3. chris says:

    ah ok but i asked that because i saw some of these uniforms in afghanistan… thanks for the info !

  4. Riaan Rossouw says:

    Nah, that looks like regular desert tigerstripe.Not all the pattern tested were “digital”.Doesn’t need to be.

  5. chris says:

    is that the digital tigerstripe desert camo???