PenCott Camo

PenCott was named after two separate people, Sir Roland Penrose and Dr. Hugh B Cott. These British men were considered authority figures in camouflage during World War II. Penrose, a surrealist artist, and Cott, a scientific illustrator, approached the creation of camouflage from very different angles. The stark contrast of imaginative intuition and methodological calculation is what inspired Dom Hyde to name his camouflage PenCott.