TRU-SPEC has added a partnership with A-TACS, one of the most trusted “go-to” force protection and concealment systems on the planet, providing the AU (Arid/Urban) and FG (Foliage/Green) Camo patterns to their popular Tactical Response Uniform selections.
A-TACS AU (Arid/Urban) Camo utilizes numerous shades of brown sampled directly from a variety of arid and urban elements combined with shades of earth and small amounts of green. The pattern is designed to be effective in a wide range of temperate environments, and was the first to utilize A-TACS patent pending process, where organic pixels in the micro patterns are grouped into larger, more defined “macro” shapes creating patterns with the intent to be viewed from a distance, as most camouflage is intended.
A-TACS FG (Foliage/Green) Camo utilizes a multiple of shades of green sampled directly from forested and transitional terrain elements. As with the A-TACS AU Camo pattern, the organic pixels in the micro patterns are grouped into larger “macro” shapes creating more defined patterns. The larger organic shapes and strategically placed shadow elements within the macro pattern help to create a unique three-dimensional effect when viewed from a distance.
Both patterns will be available in TRU-SPEC high tech Tactical Response Uniform (TRU), constructed with CORDURA NYCO fabric which provides exceptional durability, comfort and No Melt, No Drip thermal performance. The TRU Shirt, TRU Pant, ¼ Zip Combat Shirt, Boonie and Patrol Cap will be available in the new paterns November 2014.
“TRU-SPEC is extremely excited avout this new partnership with A-TACS,” stated TRU-SPEC Vice President of Marketing, Darrell Jacks. “This strategic partnership with ATACS was developed because it made sense for our customers in the law enforcement and military markets. The addition of the AU and FG patterns to the apparel our first-responders are currently wearing ensures that will continue to offer our heroes a line of trusted apparel with cutting-edge patterns that matches their performance in ensuring our safety.”