Obskura

Obskura takes passive concealment in the visual spectrum to the next level. Obskura was born out of the vast experience and insight Kryptek gained through the U.S. Army Camo Improvement Effort and development efforts with other Foreign Militaries. In summary, the macro-pattern of Kryptek’s original family of patterns became the micro-pattern for Obskura, and elements inspired by the extensively proven Tiger Stripe Camo became the macro-pattern. Obskura comes in three color-ways: Transitional, Grom and Nox. 

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Obskura Colorways

Transitional

Obskura Transitional blends in with numerous environments within the transitional classification of terrain that makes up 70% of the Earth’s surface. Proven through military studies and analysis, Transitional uses medium value colors based off the prominent Pantones found in those environments. These colors have a greater tendency to make use of ambient light reflected off surrounding objects for maximum blending effect.

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Obskura Grom

Obskura Grom developed from input and feedback from both U.S. and Coalition Special Operations testing in winter environments and conditions, specifically in winter theaters of operations where green vegetation is still visible. Obskura Grom is next level winter condition concealment.

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Obskura Nox

Obskura Nox was generated in the wake of popularity of the Kryptek Typhon(black) pattern, and prepotency of Typhon uniforms used by various law enforcement and global Counter Terrorist units. A purely psychological pattern, Obskura Nox allows end-users to pair the functionality of Obskura Transitional uniforms with the consistency and retention of IFF.

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