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PenCott is a pattern developed by Hyde Definition. It is an omnidirectional, pixillated pattern consisting of four colors printed in a way to give the impression of many more colors. It was entered into the U.S. Army Camouflage Improvement effort but was not a finalist.

PenCott camouflage has six patterns: woodland (GreenZone), european woodland (Wildwood), arid (Sandstorm), transitional (Badlands), snow (Snowdrift), and urban (Metropolis).

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Hyde Definition