These are simple pre-cut artificial leaves for enhancing camo properties of your cape, hood, boonie hat etc. Camo pattern is Phantomleaf Wasp II Z2 semi-arid/transitional pattern, but I consider it more as “fall/autumn” pattern since I find it darker than e.g. Multicam.
These are simple camo covers for your regular gloves. Material is 100% polyester mesh and they are quite handy for intended purpose for urban OP-/sniper post. Especially when observer is holding black binoculars. I’m really impressed about Phantomleaf Wasp II Z4-urban camo pattern – it is much more general camo pattern one would imagine.
This is an Israeli sniper rifle cover. It is reversible with desert and woodland colors. There is some sort of plastic insulator between two camouflage mesh fabrics. Apparently it reduces heat signature.
This is a Swedish coastal camo net from 1980s. It is reversible, one side has traditional woodland colors (two greens and black), but other side is grey-dominant and meant for hiding boats, troops and equipment on rocky coastline. The grey side has three shades of grey.
This is old Serbian/Yugoslavian camouflage net. Its colours are highly contrasting “fall colours” It is the stinkiest camouflage net I’ve ever met and it can be sensed by nose several meters away even outdoors.
The colours are nice for fall and the cut of the netting gives highly irregular appearance.
The other side is plain green.
Some distance added.
Next to Finnish 25K camouflage net in greener background.
This is Finnish camouflage netting “Naamioverkko 25K” from 1988. Three colors – two greens and one brown and the same pattern on both sides.
These nets were released to surplus sales, since they are only suitable against visual “Mark One Eyeball”-sensors on modern battlefield.Fibrotex from Israel delivered multispectral camouflage systems for Finnish Defence Forces.
Both turned, Polaris Solutions has now greener and darker woodland pattern up and Saab Barracuda presents urban pattern.
Again some distance.
Polaris Solutions “rocks around rocks”, no matter which pattern is up. The mesh is stiff and it is easy to mould to look like a rock or a boulder. Some examples:
Generally Scandinavian rocks and boulders are quite dark and grey and covered with moss and lichen, so greener and darker woodland side of Polaris Solutions mesh fabric is better choice while building an observation post among boulders. However, even the lighter and sandier desert pattern is not a bad option, especially when not in direct sunlight.