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A-TACS Camo, a company that specializes in camo patterns for military and law enforcement, is introducing the A-TACS LE-X (Law Enforcement Xtreme) pattern, a new and enhanced variant of its original A-TACS LE pattern.

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The A-TACS LE-X is designed for use by urban and metropolitan SRT teams in low-light operations, but it’s also suitable for a wide range of other tactical military and law enforcement applications, the company’s website says. The A-TACS LE-X camo pattern features a black, blue and grey coloration that works great with the black nylon gear favored by most SRT personnel, allowing for easier integration into service.

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A-TACS says they’ll be introducing the A-TACS LE-X on a wide range of uniform and nylon gear options via their brand partners, including TRU-SPEC, Tactical Tailor, OPS Gear, Tactical Performance Corp. and others. Press releases and dates on specific product offerings will be available soon.

For more information, visit http://www.a-tacs.com or contact A-TACS Camo by e-mail at: info@a-tacs.com

About A-TACS Camo

Currently deployed with various Tactical Professionals, Law Enforcement and Special Operations personnel in a wide array of hotspots around the globe in a relatively short time, A-TACS Camo has become one of the most trusted “go-to” force protection and concealment systems on the planet. A-TACS Camo patterns are designed for maximum effectiveness in the widest possible range of operational environments worldwide. We simply don’t subscribe to the “one pattern fits all” approach. We developed our patterns to perform in climatic zones–containing either arid and urban climates or, green temperate climates.

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While our patterns are digital in nature, we do not use square pixels, rectangles or other un-natural geometric shapes in the design of our patterns. Square pixels do not replicate the shapes, forms and shadows of most of the environments they are deployed in-especially when viewed through optics. The ninety-degree angles and limited use of natural colors can, in many cases make detection easier. Small, busy square digital or fractal geometry patterns also tend to close-up producing a “blobbing” effect that betrays the wearer when viewed from a distance. A-TACS Camo addresses and improves these critical issues in three ways.

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