Condor Tactical Mesh Cap Highlander Tan
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- Genuine KRYPTEK Material & Pattern
- Highly breathable mesh back for ventilation
- Adjustable hook & loop back strap
- 3 inch hook & loop panel for patches
Let's not kid ourselves - this is not a scientific study. BUT it will give you a sense of how the Kryptek pattern compares to the very popular MultiCam pattern. I got the Kryptek Highlander hat from Airsplat so if you want it, I'd recommend you buy it from them. Taking a look above, you can see that I put an OD green American flag on each hat so there was no 'advantage' given to one hat over another when it comes to the front patch.
One of the things that more recent camo patterns have been utilizing is a mixture/splatter/cross-fade effect. The older woodland camo patterns had very distinct edges for each color, but MultiCam, A-TACS, and Kryptek tend to blur the lines a bit more. Just look at the brim of the hat below.
The MultiCam hat (below) has less of the blurring, but with the broad mix of colors, a lot of people like it because it seems to be, as the name implies, multiple forms of camouflage in one pattern.
Here's a shot of them in the grass and in bright sunlight. Certainly this is not an ideal 'hide' situation (who's going to lie in the open like this?), but none the less, you can get a sense of what they look like.
To me, the MultiCam 'pops' a bit more than the Kryptek in the two pictures below.
In this leaf litter, I think the two patterns are even. Both seem to blend in pretty nicely, and if you added in shadows to this photo, they'd be even harder to see. That said, if you made me pick, I'd say th
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