NEXT GENERATION CAMOUFLAGE
GHOSTHOOD® BELIEVES THAT THE CAMOUFLAGE SYSTEMS WHICH ARE AVAILABLE ON THE MARKET ARE TOO HEAVY,
VOLUMINOUS AND OFTEN NOT EFFECTIVE.
GHOSTHOOD® develops lightweight IRR-camouflage systems which are compact and effective. The focus lies on the multifunctionality
of the products. You can cover many applications during the mission with just one product. As a camouflage pattern, GHOSTHOOD® uses
CONCAMO®, which is based on the findings of perceptual psychology. CONCAMO® & GHOSTHOOD® are one company.
THE WAY OF CAMOUFLAGE
Matthias Bürgin is the founder and owner of CONCAMO and GHOSTHOOD®. At the age of 10 he started with camouflage pattern design.
The first prototype of the CONCAMO pattern was created in 1992. During his service with
the commando company he has used many of his developments. He sewed much of his equipment himself.
After his service, he developed camouflage patterns continued as a hobby.
In 2018 he decided to use the name CONCAMO for his camouflage pattern (confusion camouflage) to present at the IWA trade fair. He took full financial risk
to start the production of the fabric.
The GHOSTHOOD® brand was launched in August 2019. It was the start of one new generation of camouflage products. The goal was that special forces of the military,
police and intelligence services get products that are light, effective and multifunctional.
Three months later GHOSTHOOD® products are used by international special forces units. The products are field-tested in worldwide operations.
All units agree that GHOSTHOOD® is the new generation of Camouflage.
GHOSTHOOD® is the new system provider of camouflage solutions. From the small camera camouflage to the multispectral tank suit
we will offer unique solutions. The color spectrum ranges from the desert to the tropics. You have a need - GHOSTHOOD® has the solution.
The great advantage of GHOSTHOOD® is the absolute passion and solution orientation. In close cooperation with units and customers
GHOSTHOOD® develops new products that customers can trust in.