ZIVTAC, located in Jakarta, offers custom uniforms, tacti-cool patches, accessories & specialty gear. They are now introducing a new range of innovative combat clothing for Indonesia special operations forces and the wider global market.
German company Leo Koehler has been producing quality, work wear, protective clothing, and law enforcement and military uniforms since 1927. In recent years, they have established a great reputation as a provider of high quality garments to the German Bundeswehr.
Leo Koehler is also active in the commercial market as well, and their line-up has a reputation for quality at an affordable price and has been a consistent best-seller among the real-deal and milsim tactical communities.
Unveiled for the first time at IWA 2013 were the first products in GreenZone and Badlands as part of their “Einsatz” (“Operational”) product line.
Einsatzkampfbluse (Operational Combat Shirt)
Slovenian company Uni&Forma was founded in 1997 with the mission of making high performance garment systems for professional users. Under the brand name of UF PRO®, their garment systems are today worn by various military and law enforcement special operations units – both in Slovenia and abroad.
The UF PRO range is known for innovative design and industry-leading materials, high quality and reliability, comfort and durability – and all at an affordable price. UF PRO only works with proven, leading-edge solution partners, and all of their products are thoroughly tested and evaluated on their performance for their intended use before they’re brought to market.
UF PRO showcased a wide range of their garment systems at the IWA this year including their P-40 Commando Pants and the new Striker Battledress System.
P-40 Camo Pants
The P-40 is a new breed of tactical pant that features an ergonomic cut for a performance fit, panels of robust stretch fabric for extreme mobility, and a detachable WINDSTOPPER® lining for year-round comfort. They’ve quickly acquired the nick-name of “kick ass pants” because of the imagery used in their promotional campaign.
Our old friends from JK Defence had a nice selection of PenCott™ camouflaged kit and clothing under their Sabre® brand at the IWA 2013.
Hyde Definition Ltd. exhibited for the first time at the Internationale Waffen Ausstellung & Outdoor Classics 2013 trade fair (more commonly known as simply “IWA 2013” or “Eevah” as they call it in Germany).
The show ran from 8-11 March and was held in Nuremberg, Germany. By any measure, we had a great time at the show, made some great new friends and laid the foundations for some great business over the next months. We will take an in-depth look separately at each of our partner’s offerings at the show, but first we present some highlights below.
Dom Hyde, creator of the PenCott™ camouflage pattern and founder of Hyde Definition, strikes a pose at stand # 508, Hall 7A.
Made from vat-printed, MilSpec, 50/50 NyCo ripstop, see them in the flesh at Stand # 405, Hall 7A, IWA 2013.
Our friends from the Polish tacsim/milsim team Stronghold Group conducted some real-steel range training recently. Check them out as they rock the range in their “GreenZone” MBS-2 BDUs from SPECOPS.
This year’s IWA & Outdoor Classics trade fair in Nurmeberg, Germany (8-11 March) will include, for the first time, an extensive representation of the PenCott family of camouflage patterns.
Stop by the Hyde Definition booth to see samples of the full range of PenCott printed fabrics and materials – as well as garments and gear in PenCott camouflage from several manufacturers from around the globe. Also featured will be the first public appearance of PenCott printed webbing from Texcel Industries.
German garment manufacturer has been providing quality outdoor and military clothing since 1927, but is now bang up-to-date with the latest and greatest camouflage technology.
Get an up-close-and-personal look at IWA 2013 – in the meantime, here’s a sneak peak at Koehler’s “KSK Trousers”.
Visit Leo Koehler at Stand #120, Hall 7A – IWA 2013.