Gear Gryphon Engineering Releases A-TACS Collection Recoil Staff September 12, 2013 0 COMMENT Ottawa, Canada’s Gryphon Engineering has announced the newest addition to their products and services line, the 1.4A Sniper Gear Collection in A-TACS camouflage. Gryphon will be offering Sniper Smocks, Combat Pants, as well as, Concealment Kits in the A-TACS patterns. The new Gryphon 1.4A Sniper Smocks and Sniper Pants are completely customizable by being able to tailor the apparel to the your specifications, such as the camouflage pattern (A-TACS AU, FG, etc.), neckline style, pocket styles and pocket closures. Both pieces are manufactured in Ottawa, Canada with a Poly-Cotton Rip-Stop material for weather protection and durability. 1.4A Sniper Smock Features: Reinforced edges, zippers, and seams for long-lasting wear and comfort. Mil-Spec velcro identification patches on both shoulders 2 large chest pockets, 2 large side pockets, 1 XL hidden inner mesh pockets, 1 XL easy-access inner mesh pocket, 2 small deep shoulder pockets Matching Sniper Pants available for separate purchase 1.4 Sniper Pants Features: Reinforced edges, zippers, and seams for long-lasting wear and comfort. Standard pant pockets with YKK-Zipper closures Secure Adjustable waist-band for more comfortable fit Adjustable Cords on end of each leg for more secure fit Convenient YKK-Zipper Openings up the bottom side of each leg Articulated knees and secure mid-drift for more durable bending Matching Sniper Smock available for separate purchase Gryphon has also recently released a Reversible Fitted A-TACS Beanie as an accessory to their apparel line. Again, the user can customize the beanie to his/her liking by selecting from various camouflage patterns to be used on the interior and exterior of the beanie. It too is manufactured in Canada and is made of a strong Cotton Spandex Jersey knit for comfort and wind resistance. The 1.4A Sniper Smocks retail for $358 and the Sniper Pants for $128.50, while the Reversible Beanies retail for $34.95. All items are available now on Gryphon Engineering’s website.