This new arctic camouflage patter, developed in conjunction with HD ColorTech, will be available now for the K3 – Prima Lochi Jacket and the K5 – Aptus Jacket.
During SHOT Show 2019 Beyond displayed a prototype of the new K3 Prima Lochi. The main difference between what we saw back then and the current production model is the Us 1928 camo being used also in the hood.
The K5 – Aptus Jacket is the Kyros version of the Axios A5 Stretch Alpha Sweater (an extremely performing and flexible piece of clothing). The technical nature of this garment is inherent in its construction: a very slim 3 layer system.
- Layer 1: Double-knit Verso Weave™ fleece provides a blanket-soft feel and uses a circular grid pattern to create air channels, keeping you dry by funneling sweat up to the second layer.
- Layer 2: Polartec® Alpha® Insulation takes the hot sweat sent up from the first layer and then hangs onto the heat to keep you toasty while kicking the moisture up to the third layer.
- Layer 3: The third and outermost layer uses a durable water repellent (DWR) finish to seal out freshly shed sweat and light rainfall, and features a durable softshell design with 4-way stretch to ward off winds and keep you mobile.
Make sure to stick around for some very interesting new products launching soon.
Find out more:
Rapid Origin Backpack
AMP Series of Backpacks
Defender Flex Jeans
Defender Flex Pants
Have a Knife Day Shirt
Apex 8″ Boots
ATAC 2.0 8″ Boot and XPRT 3.0 Boots
Cable Hiker Boot
Oxford-Style Shoe (with Vibram® Sole)
5.11 GEO7 Camo Pattern
The original transitional MultiCam camouflage served a very precious role for concealment in Afghanistan where varied terrain provided a problem in “blending in” with a environment specific camouflage pattern. There was although the request of a wider variety of more specific patterns of camouflages. The answer was the release of a “family” of four new types of MultiCam, which are designed to cover Arid, Tropic, and Alpine terrains. They have also released a MultiCam Black pattern specific to law enforcement.
One of the key points of MultiCam is the fact that it allows the individual on the field to move within diffrent enviroments without being easily detected. By adding these four new variants (mainly “Arid” and “Tropical”) they have enhanced the capability of the single operator, allowing a more accurate and mission specific piece of gear, while keeping the main feature of the MultiCam Pattern.
MultiCam Alpine (Snow Covered Environment)
MultiCam Arid (Open Desert Sand and Rock Terrain)
MultiCam Tropical (Lush Jungle Environment)
MultiCam Black (Law Enforcement Identification)