Our StalkLand series pattern was created in an effort to provide the end-user with a truly effective concealment solution. To achieve this we utilized the blending techniques that we acquired in Military Sniper Schools which have been implemented, tested, and proven on the battlefield.
Many camouflage patterns currently offered employ various straight or “hard lines” and/or images of prominent vegetation. The human eye is drawn to straight lines and primary terrain elements (i.e. trees, medium bushes, large rocks, stumps, etc.) This is not what you want to look like. A properly concealed Sniper wants to hide in the “negative space” where the eye does not naturally observe. Negative space can be described as the space around and between the subject(s) of an image. Examples of negative space in nature include grasses, leaves, and twigs. Our goal with StalkLand is to provide products that blend with unobtrusive terrain contained within the negative space, providing a truly Multi-Environment Ready Concealment (M.E.R.C.)
StalkLand works almost like a chameleon, morphing and adapting to the negative space within a given environment. In our various testing trials, StalkLand has assimilated seamlessly into surrounding colors. When placed in a tan environment the human eye is drawn to the tan coloration within the pattern, likewise when placed in green environment, the green coloration becomes more prominent.
Sniper Dynamics Team
Former School Trained Army Sniper with two deployments to Iraq and time spent in the civilian sector providing security in both Iraq and Afghanistan in a Marksman capacity. NRA Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor with international instructional experience. Gregg is an avid firearms enthusiast, precision shooter, and hunter who also enjoys hiking and overlanding.
Former Marine Scout Sniper and a Iraq war veteran with experience providing private marksman security services in Iraq and Afghanistan. Enjoys shooting, hunting, and craft brews.
Where To Buy
After 7 years of development StalkLand Legacy is now ready for MIL/LE end-users with 100% Berry Compliant textiles in the form of Brookwood printed 500D Cordura for Armor kit & pouches as well 50/50 NyCo & 57/43 NyCo Extreme IHWCU for uniforms.
Presently we have Berry Compliant tactical kit samples as well as Berry Compliant uniforms. All Cordura, NyCo, and webbing has been designed to properly blend within the nIR spectrum.
Additionally the Stalkland Pattern is also available as a hydrographic film that is ready for weapon, optic, and accessory application through our friends at TWN Water Transfer Printing. TWN is the industry standard for hydro-dipping, they have a network of over 1300 hydro-dip applicators and can help direct customers to the best option for a variety of applications.
2023 will be an exciting year for the Stalkland Pattern, please keep an eye on us and check back onto the site for updates.