We got a set of great photos recently that showcase the effectiveness of the PenCott-GreenZone pattern being used in New Zealand rain forest terrain.

“Pattern-in-picture” and other types of computer simulations are all well and good, but nothing beats real photos of a camouflage pattern printed onto fabric, sewn up into uniforms and gear, and actually being used in the field.

Its interesting to note that this user deliberately left his face, hands, arms and rifle uncamouflaged in order to show by contrast how well the PenCott camouflage works.

 

More info (and photos) of the PenCott patterns can be found on the Hyde Definition website and on the PenCott Facebook page.  The PenCott-Badlands and PenCott-Sandstorm patterns were also reviewed on Military Morons a while back.