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    #16
    Originally posted by The Inflicted View Post

    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.
    I forget who was selling them, but the brand was called Rasputin.

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      #17
      Originally posted by The Inflicted View Post

      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.
      I always found my multicam too obvious when I was near or inside buildings. But in the grass and bush, that stuff is invisible.

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        #18
        I love tiger. But I also love woodland. But I also really like Realtree.
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          #19
          Multicam was made for my AO. It works better than anything else in this state by a wide margin. That said, I do like my Flecktarn. My paintball pants are a surplus pair in Wustetarn, which works in the more arid areas here.
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            #20
            I see someone mentioned night desert camo... it looks cool, which is the exact opposite of what camo is supposed to do. Honestly, night desert, German rain, olive drab greens... all suffer the same unfortunate drawback of becoming too dark when wet. You are darker than the night around you, effectively negating the entire purpose.

            I did forget to bring up Natural Gear camo... especially their snow camo. Probably my favorite non-military camo out there. Vertical patterns, man, legit.
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              #22
              I love the look of desert 6 color camo, aka chocolate chip. I know it's not as cool as come of the newer patterns such as kryptek, but it has always appealed to me. The karni that came in that pattern is pretty much the ultimate unicorn for me. It also works really well in prairie grass environments and other areas of dried vegetation.

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                #23
                Originally posted by DavidBoren View Post
                As for actual camo patterns:
                1964 VERTICAL Tiger Stripe camo (nothing in nature is grows horizontal, why would your stripes be?)
                I like how the vertical looks, never seen it before. Horizontal stripes makes sense when prone or crawling, maybe.

                I didn't really start out in woodsball, so functional camo never crossed my mind. I'd have trouble hiding even if I was a literal bush so there wasn't much point. But I do like some of it purely from an aesthetic perspective. Tigerstripe, of course, and camo versions of other prints, like flowers, leaves, bananas, paw prints, dongs, whatever.

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                  #24
                  I love camo, especially foreign and vintage. I like ‘Nam Tiger Stripe in many variants, JWD, Gold Tiger, Silver Tiger, etc. I also like French Lizard and have two variants of Russian Tiger Stripe. I used to rock vintage Austrian pea camo and would disappear in the TN fall foliage. WW2 German Oakleaf camo in either spring or fall colors works better than just about anything in the woods. Renegade used to make it too, and some Russian companies make it as well now, but call it ‘Partizan’. Flektarn and Multicam seem like the best all rounders in the woods, but I never wear anything that’s current US military issue so no Multicam for me.

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                    #25
                    Originally posted by Dusty Bottoms View Post
                    ...I also like French Lizard...
                    Growing up in SE MI, neither M81 Woodland or any of the Tigerstripe patterns worked all that well. Both had too much black. French leopard aka 'lizard' worked brilliantly in deciduous forests, though. It even works decently out here in the desert scrub, just as the French found out in Algeria. I'm not trashing my TAP 47-52 or -56 camo sets via paintball, though.

                    Austrian M59 'pea' pattern is seriously cool and underrated, but good luck finding anything not collectible.
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                      #26
                      I've always been partial to standard woodland camo. I do like to use alot of coyote brown though.

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                        #27
                        My 1st deployment I ended up working with some SF/ODA cats, and these dudes were rocking the absolute best camo I have ever seen in a desert/urban environment...

                        Bleached woodland BDU's.

                        I honestly don't know how they managed it, either. I dropped a pair of winters in a bucket of bleach overnight, let them air-dry in the sun... still woodland.
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                          #28
                          Originally posted by DavidBoren View Post
                          My 1st deployment I ended up working with some SF/ODA cats, and these dudes were rocking the absolute best camo I have ever seen in a desert/urban environment...

                          Bleached woodland BDU's.

                          I honestly don't know how they managed it, either. I dropped a pair of winters in a bucket of bleach overnight, let them air-dry in the sun... still woodland.
                          There's no faking truly salty BDUs.
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                          • DavidBoren
                            DavidBoren commented
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                            No joke... take your stupid vest off and there's a literal layer of salt under it that will make your top stand up rigid on its own. Salt frothing out of the nylon sides of your boots. Can feel the salt absorbed into your pants chaffing your thighs... no, there's no faking that.

                            Well done to whomever dyed/made that pair of winter pants I tried to bleach, though. D@mn good hold on the pattern, even when deliberately soaked in bleach. And sun-dried. And washed in washer with bleach... several times. I tried. They lightened some, but not to the badass, faded tie-dye camo those ODA fellows were rocking.

                          #29
                          Originally posted by lew View Post

                          Growing up in SE MI, neither M81 Woodland or any of the Tigerstripe patterns worked all that well. Both had too much black. French leopard aka 'lizard' worked brilliantly in deciduous forests, though. It even works decently out here in the desert scrub, just as the French found out in Algeria. I'm not trashing my TAP 47-52 or -56 camo sets via paintball, though.

                          Austrian M59 'pea' pattern is seriously cool and underrated, but good luck finding anything not collectible.
                          Yeah, the Austrian stuff was a lot cheaper 10-15 years ago. I quit wearing it because it was hot as hell, and I ruined my parka rubbing against a barricade that had been recently painted.

                          If you like French Lizard but don’t want to spend a fortune, Greek Lizard camo is much more affordable and looks very similar.

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                            #30
                            I was always fond of the "Frogskin".

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