Is MultiDoge NIR?

Since S2 Underground and Garand Thumb both have videos circulating about NIR (Near Infrared) compliance of your gear and clothing 30MC figured it was time to do our part and find out the question that nobody has answered. Is MultiDoge (Sometimes known as “DogeCam”) NIR compliant? We put on the lab coats and went to work for you. The testing resulted in three images. Doge under white light, under NOD (night vision) and again under NOD but with the onboard illuminator turned on. After many minutes of date calculation and peer-review(ish) consultations we can firmly say…

No.

MultiDoge is NOT NIR compliant. You will be seen. You will die.

Ok so what does all this mean? In a nutshell you want your camouflage pattern behave as similar as possible under white light, night vision, and IR illuminated night vision. This is accomplished usually by a NIR treatment done to the yarn (before it is woven into fabric) of the material your gear is made of during the Solution Dying process.

Expect more hard hitting reporting like this in the future from 30MC. Want more NIR testing on different obscure camo patterns? Leave a comment.

MultiDoge under White Light.
MultiDoge under unassisted Night Vision. Not to bad. You can clearly still see the pattern.
Oh no. Turn on an IR light source and the entire pattern disappears.

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