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MultiCam® multi-terrain camouflage
- Nov 21, 2017 -

MultiCam® Terrain Camouflage is a camouflage pattern that offers superior camouflage under a wide range of environments, seasons, altitudes and light conditions. Traditional patterns - such as woodland camouflage, desert camouflage or universal camouflage - are not as effective at testing and testing. Previously using different camouflage patterns for different environmental conditions was not practical for the military and the MultiCam® multi-terrain camouflage was developed as a solution that is suitable for a wide range of situations. Although commercially used for many years, by 2010 the U.S. Army was the first to authorize the use of MultiCam® multi-terrain DPM Military Backpack as a pattern of combat clothing and equipment for troops deployed in Afghanistan.


In the early 2000s, when the U.S. forces entered Afghanistan, desert and forest camouflage suits did not provide the best camouflage in Afghanistan's environment. Crye Associates, located in Brooklyn, New York, working with the US Army Soldier Systems Center in Nedik, Mass., Based on the most advanced understanding of how human vision works together with new real-world research under various environmental and light conditions And battlefield experience, began to develop an upgraded camouflage system for garments and equipment.

This research and development work produced the patented MultiCam® system, but it did not immediately get the approval of the U.S. authorities. In contrast, the Army chose the Army Camouflage Pattern for the Army Accidental Set (ACU), which was originally installed in 2004. However, many military experts have clearly recognized the advanced nature of the MultiCam® multi-terrain camouflage. Like the United Kingdom and other military organizations outside the United States, the U.S. Special Forces and other special units have purchased MultiCam® multi-terrain camouflage gear. Finally, in 2010, the U.S. Army recognized the superiority of the MultiCam® multi-terrain camouflage and began phasing out its camouflage patterns for Army combat uniforms and other standard clothing and personal gear and bullet-resistant vests - soldiers would easily accept this Common camouflage patterns - such as helmet covers, improved wearable protective tactical vests (IOTVs), and a full range of individual modular portraits (MOLLE). Initially the MultiCam® multi-terrain camouflage combat suit was only allowed to be deployed to the armies deployed in Afghanistan and from there it was planned to expand.


The MultiCam® multi-terrain camouflage pattern is a combination of green, brown and beige in seven different shades, designed to create a wide range of colors in nature in such color combinations. The motifs blend with the surrounding environment, with green for the botanical area, brown for the earth and brown for the desert. This ability to resemble a chameleon is based on the ability of human visual senses to reflect light, rather than changing the material of the MultiCam® multi-terrain camouflage pattern itself. Similarly, the brain is foolish to recognize the size and shape of the soldier or item being equipped with the MultiCam Multi-Terrain camouflage pattern. The MultiCam multi-terrain camouflage pattern can help the soldier or object to fuse with the surrounding background and allow observation Difficult to find the difference between their appearance and the surrounding environment. This technique can be used for a wide range of distance, brightness and topography conditions Military Assault Vest.


The MultiCam® multi-terrain camouflage system is patented and MultiCam becomes a registered trademark of Crye Precision, LLC.

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