Time for a new CAMO line... TIGERPAT digis
Posted 03 June 2010 - 11:09 PM
Valken V-Tac Gear
Both of these lines have been done in the past.. The Tiger stripe pattern in the paintball jersey is definately nothing new. The Gardner Brothers of Smart Parts both wore them way back in the day when Professional paintball still had yet to emerge from the woods.
As far as Valkens zulu line, the Jersey is is patterned off of the Crye Precision combat shirt. It spawned the US Army to have an ACU pattern Combat Shirt standardized for troops by Propper Inc. Then the US Marine Corps hired Crye to manufacture the Combat Shirt for their use in Desert MARPAT.
Nope Valken is not doing anything new here. They are only making it specificly for paintball.
Posted 29 July 2010 - 04:24 PM
I've used every pattern they've put out and OMNIPAT is the most versatile and effective I've ever used by far. The actual pattern and how it fades is great for paintball distances. But I have noticed a gap in their offerings. Mainly as a result from moving Utah to Minnesota. My SpecOPS Digi is a little too dark of a green and the OMNIPAT a little too tan. A lot of folks all over are liking CADPAT over some of the traditional military offerings for the same reason. But you can really only find it in BDU’s.
I know that Spec Ops and MOATI are going through a lot of changes right now but if they bought the “Company” and now have screen printing ability could they just pull up their OMNIPAT image and tweak the colors a little? I think it’s such an effective pattern I think it’s a waste to not run with it!!! Not to mention a new pattern from Spec Ops would be an awesome way to resurrect the spirit of what Special Ops is all about! What do you guys think? Anyone at Spec Ops?
Posted 14 June 2011 - 10:57 AM
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