Camouflage

Jaxson Lee
Jaxson Lee

What's your favorite camouflage pattern?

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Easton Carter
Easton Carter

Flecktarn, but I dont wear camo unless I'm innawoods, and neither should you. olive drab is also acceptable, but remember that the more prepared you look in an emergency, the more you stick out, camo or not. if you live less than 50 miles from a major city, know that you'll be the biggest target when the masses arrive.

Gavin Morris
Gavin Morris

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Nathan Parker
Nathan Parker

The classic.

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Noah Ramirez
Noah Ramirez

I'm sorry, I can't hear you over the sound of my superior opinions.
Also a good choice.

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James Torres
James Torres

It's not cool, it's not sexy, it's not a meme. It just works for the areas it was designed to function in, most of the time

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Hudson Reed
Hudson Reed

Since you've already named the objectively best Camo, Alpenflage. I'll go with US M81 Woodland for nostalgia reasons and Finnish M05 for practical reasons.

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Jacob Perry
Jacob Perry

The Classic.

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Jason Cooper
Jason Cooper

Nice

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Parker Foster
Parker Foster

If it ain't broke don't fix it

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Dylan Thompson
Dylan Thompson

For effectiveness, flecktarn and strichtarn, if you want something universal or don't know what to get acquire these. In the desert chocolate chip is just as good. For aesthetics, these, erbsenmuster is intimidating like it's a poisonous animal you shouldn't mess with, M81 is the classic, and I have a fondness for the blue camo the Russian national guard wears.

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Carter Reed
Carter Reed

CP is in a class by itself.

Mr Crye (a fine arts grad of all things IIRC) invented a pattern that supposely works less on 'look alike' but more on fooling eyes into "filling in". Similar to how an IMPRESSIONIST painted, when viewed from correct distance, will look more "real" than a photograph.

All other camo is basically fashion, not science.

Everyone and their uncle is going to some CP type camo, from UK to Russia.

No one has been able to beat CP when actually evaluated.

Jack Hughes
Jack Hughes

Implying CP is better than russian partizan

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Michael Smith
Michael Smith

Ah, knock off SS camo.

Robert Edwards
Robert Edwards

if it works it works

Alexander Morgan
Alexander Morgan

ATACS and its variations are very effective, especially at range, in my admittedly limited experience. It also has a very broad range of environments it could be used in. Doesn't look very cool though, just kind a muddy mess, which is the point I suppose. A sweeping color palette and relatively subtle patterning give it a bit of an edge.
German oak leaf (and by extension its Russian derivatives) are also very functional, and look pretty good.
I also really like tigerstripe patterns, KLMK, alpenflage, and the Czech and DDR rain patterns. I've actually received a fair number of compliments on the alpenflage and strichtarn.

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Wyatt Ward
Wyatt Ward

Reminder that it's literally called "SchutzStaffel-Leto"

Samuel Rivera
Samuel Rivera

Flecktarn for spring/summer, Alpenflage for autumn/winter. If it worked in my locale Rhodie brushstroke would be my favorite.

Jack Perez
Jack Perez

second pic reminds me to ask. What camo did the Australians in Vietnam wear?
belgian jigsaw
I love how goofy it is but I understand their ground is interesting colors.

Joseph Davis
Joseph Davis

I always liked old school tiger stripe. But I live in a 4-season place, so winter camo like in OP also has its place.

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Tyler Davis
Tyler Davis

baste halfchan

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Jack Howard
Jack Howard

Damn my nigga that's hella epic.

Samuel Jackson
Samuel Jackson

Imagine fighting someone that looks like they're wearing the eternally screaming faces of a dozen anime girls.

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Ian Hall
Ian Hall

Nigger that is scary.

Dominic Williams
Dominic Williams

screaming
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Joseph White
Joseph White

I know what it's supposed to be, but what it actually looks like is another matter.

Eli Reed
Eli Reed

Not just using solid colors
fucking homos.

Camden Anderson
Camden Anderson

I'd like to buy ten yards, please and thank you.

Adrian Johnson
Adrian Johnson

Am I the only one who sees ninjas doing spin kicks and backflips?

Asher Allen
Asher Allen

So, here's an interesting question I have. Why are nearly all camouflage patterns horizontally oriented and not vertically oriented? Wouldn't tiger stripe be more effective if the stripes were vertically oriented?

Alexander Russell
Alexander Russell

A vertical tiger stripe would look bad and stick out like a sore thumb. Camo patterns are supposed to imitate nature, not look like an art students attempt in cashing in on the Pollack look.
I prefer the real deal without the repeats.

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Nathaniel Lee
Nathaniel Lee

You use solid colors under, user.

Brody Edwards
Brody Edwards

What's the best way to make and print your own custom camouflage?
I've got a photoshop of swedish m90 pattern with different colors better suited for my environment.
its basically just M90 pattern with FGN colors

Jayden Moore
Jayden Moore

What kind of fucked up place do you live in if plants are growing mostly horizontally instead vertically?

Logan Perry
Logan Perry

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For a one off you could use watered down acrylic paint and paint it by hand. I've done t-shirts like that and it stays flexible and holds up for years of washing. If you want to do a lot of fabric screen printing is probably your best bet.

Sebastian King
Sebastian King

Post pic

Isaac Bailey
Isaac Bailey

I cast my vote for Guro-flage, where instead of Ahegao meme-fetish, we get the only true Zig Forums fetish.

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Connor Murphy
Connor Murphy

Most of the camo patterns in animal kingdom look nothing like what militaries are using.
And some animals who ought to know better even look like they just don't bother.

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Luke Diaz
Luke Diaz

And all those animals are easy to spot and so get hunted all the time, many animals hunted to extinction. Their camo is meant for their natural predators, not for humans.
Humans have peak-camouflage capabilities, surpassing all mammals and reptiles.

Parker Thomas
Parker Thomas

best

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