Confusion Camouflage, or CONCAMO, is a new European camouflage pattern. Whether it will be operationally effective or relegated to the ranks of niche, “bespoke” cammie patterns (or “Gucciflage” as some call them) remains to be seen.
Confusion Camouflage based on Perceptual Psychology
The CONCAMO pattern was announced early this year by SPARTANAT (spartanat.com) shortly before IWA 2018. It was designed by Matthias Bürgin, a veteran of what was described as a German “special unit.” Bürgin began experimenting with camouflage development as a child and went on to pursue it as a hobby after his retirement. The development of CONCAMO, apparently, came after he began pursuing perceptual psychology.
According to Confusion Camouflage, “CONCAMO effectively confuses the subconscious with a special patented pattern arrangement.”
The pattern was displayed at the Leo Köhler booth (leokohler.com) at IWA and has been included in the respective lineups of other brands (such as UF Pro) in the months since.
For more information, check out www.concamo.com/index.html.
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