GunSkins is Going Dark | Cast Your Vote for New Pattern!
Happy New Year! We have a lot to look forward to in 2019. We've got some new offerings on the horizon to be released in the near future, including Realtree Camo and PenCott BadLands. But we're not stopping there. We're always open to customer feedback and if there's a demand for a certain pattern, we'll do our best to make it happen!
One of the ways that we're listening to suggestions is by allowing you to participate in a poll. The theme for a new look is "dark" camouflage. There are plenty of really sweet options for dark camo, so we want to hear from you. Cast your vote on your favorite(s)!
Some of the options available to vote on include variations of patterns that we already offer as well as some completely new looks! The options include: BattleWorn Burnt Ash, Military OCP Black, PenCott Metropolis, and Damascus Steel. You can vote for more than one!
BattleWorn Burnt Ash takes the tried and true look of our other BattleWorn options, but it's set against a dark gray background. This will give your gun the popular distressed look as if you were fresh from the field of battle. It's a great option since GunSkins are non-permanent. No need to scratch or etch the surface of your gun yourself!
Military OCP Black is a dark variation of the original. There is an interest for members of law enforcement to wear dark camouflage, and this is an excellent choice. It's recognizable pattern gives the impression and authority of the US Military, but in a domestic application. The original black variant carries green tones, but we similarly found the grayscale version to be a great candidate.
PenCott has been offering quality digital camouflage for a long time. They recently released a few new colors, including MetroPolis. This one brings a dry, arid color that is cool and single-toned. MetroPolis was the fruit of five years of development, perfect for low-light operations. There is also a grayscale version for your consideration.
Damascus Steel is a very unique and ancient look, made popular from the forged steel from the Near East and India. The pattern is characterized by the swirl of metal, akin to flowing water. Blades made from Damascus Steel were known for being durable and resistant to shattering.
You can vote by leaving a comment with the letter(s) of your choices. Alternatively, you may also use our poll below. Let us know what you think! As nice as it would be to offer them all, we'd rather offer only the best of the best. That's why your feedback is so important to us. Vote today and let your voice be heard!
That's Protection in Camouflage®
Posted on January 02 2019