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    Favorite Camo patterns

    What are some of MCB's favorite camo patterns? if you could have a jersey in any pattern what would it be?

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    The Nam Tiger stuff.... [/end thead]
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    • Memornix

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      and here's a 4th

    • JonM

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      This absolutely.

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    • gabe
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      100% the best pattern

    #3
    thought it was supposed to be Hawaiian shirt camo

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      #4
      80's woodland camo till I die.

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        woodland4life!

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      Originally posted by Carp View Post
      The Nam Tiger stuff.... [/end thead]
      What he said. Tiger stripe is my go to over any other. It actually works really well in almost any green environment.
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        #6
        Penncott Greenzone is a pattern I really wish we would see more of in paintball. I'm a fan of UnderArmor Ridge Reaper as well

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          #7
          Honestly, I prefer neutral colors, countershaded... dark colors on top where the sun will hit, light colors on bottom where natural shade occurs. A charcoal shirt and khaki pants does me just fine.

          As for actual camo patterns:
          1964 VERTICAL Tiger Stripe camo (nothing in nature is grows horizontal, why would your stripes be?)

          Flecktarn German camo.
          Swiss camo.

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            #8
            Originally posted by The Inflicted View Post
            Penncott Greenzone is a pattern I really wish we would see more of in paintball. I'm a fan of UnderArmor Ridge Reaper as well
            There was a company up here in Canada that was selling a lot of Penncott (clone) stuff.

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              #9
              I'm a big fan of olive drab, just because pants and tunics can be had for so cheap, and it's og. I also like tiger stripe and duck hunter camo for the vintage 'clout' look. Desert night camo is also making a comeback as 'clout', as is Rhodesian Brushstroke.

              In terms of actual camouflage capabilities; more detailed, smaller scale patterns are best for paintball. Woodland and other macro patterns like it were designed to camouflage wearers a few hundred yards away.

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                #10
                I don't know the difference between any camos
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                  #11
                  Originally posted by Toestr View Post
                  There was a company up here in Canada that was selling a lot of Penncott (clone) stuff.

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                  Oh?
                  Do you know their name?
                  What I'd really like is a long-sleeved T-shirt printed on something more indelible than cotton, so it won't fade.

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                    #12
                    I play a lot of recball fields that use plywood and plank wood for buildings and have a decent mix of brush and woods. I find ACU matches the plywood and green colour schemes of local fields the best.

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                      #13
                      Originally posted by ATBen View Post
                      I play a lot of recball fields that use plywood and plank wood for buildings and have a decent mix of brush and woods. I find ACU matches the plywood and green colour schemes of local fields the best.
                      I dunno if I'd ever pick ACU over a multicam color way, but you're right that a better camo strategy on wooded fields is to try not to blend in with the green of the forest but with the browns and greens of the bunkers you will probably be hiding near.

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                        #14
                        The Kryptek stuff looks awesome but I have yet to find something more effective than Multicam. Especially in a drought-prone area, the brown base is far better than the Woodland / Tiger Stripe options. I'd give chocolate chip desert an option but usually I don't even bother with anything patterned.
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                          #15
                          Originally posted by Toestr View Post

                          In terms of actual camouflage capabilities; more detailed, smaller scale patterns are best for paintball. Woodland and other macro patterns like it were designed to camouflage wearers a few hundred yards away.
                          Agreed. Feels like I'm giving away secrets, but I defintely noticed marpat and flecktarn camo work really well where I live (Florida). ACU sticks out like a sore thumb, but would probably work in a less green/lush environment.
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