A-TACS is a new and radical advancement in camo design and technology, developed by Digital Concealment Systems (DCS). Most traditional digital camo patterns use small square pixels, which is insufficient to visually reproduce the natural formations (e.g. shapes, forms, or shadow.....etc) appeared in environment. The A-TACS pattern by comparison removes the sharp angles and replaces with very small organically shaped pixels, and adds specific colors carefully chosen to match the natual environment, and taking this process a step further the small organically shaped pixels are placed within larger groupings to create a "pattern within a pattern" effect. This radical advancement means that A-TACS is able to conceal the operator far more effectively and at greater distances comparing traditional camo patterns.
Pantac has taken the step even further by adding the A-TACS pattern to their combat gear sections. This time as a Spec Ops Dropleg Medic Pouch features enough storage space to give the SpecOps Medic the minimum medic supplies needed.
A quick pull pouch is located in front of the pack for either the storage of fresh or used latex gloves. Internally, there are 3 separate open top compartments for the storage of bandages, clamps, and other medical items.
Made of light weight abrasion and water resistant 1000D Invista Cordura fabrics with YKK zippers, as well as ITW Nexus & UTX buckles, velcro is good for over 20,000 uses.
420 denier Nylon liner improving durability and water resistance.
All Pantac gear is made to comply with Heavy Duty Military Specifications.