Like the Samurai's mempo, the uniforms of many of today's Special Forces units play dual roles. Not only do they protect the wearer's face and conceal his identity, they terrify the pants off of the enemy. Take the newly unveiled uniforms of Taiwan's Special Forces for example. They look like something out of Army of…
We're on the brink of a new college football season, and a new chance for schools to trot out flashy new uniforms—and make tons of cash in the process. As the season kicks off this weekend, who'll be wearing the most stomach-churning jerseys?
Whereas pixillation is usually very successful at obscuring images otherwise unfit to be seen, the US Army is $5billion in the hole, with its pixellated camo uniform (introduced in 2004) being dubbed a colossal mistake.
The new Star Trek movie is bringing with it some costume changes, including some Starfleet uniforms that are a far cry from the familiar red, gold, and blue. This photo from the set reveals the sharp brown uniforms we'll see Scotty and Chekov don in the sequel.
Made from 96% recycled polyester, Nike says the jerseys that Team USA will wear for the 2012 Olympics in London are the lightest jerseys it has ever made. On top of that, the shorts the basketball team will be wearing are actually made from 100% recycled polyester and weigh only 5 ounces.
It goes without saying Western soldiers haven't seen a lot of jungle and woodland shooting these days. The arid climes of the Middle East—and their urban centers—have been warfare hotspots. So how about some crazy new urban camouflage?
Captain Kirk's costume in the new Star Trek film looks as exciting as a bellhop outfit, judging from the fuzzy images that have been turning up online. (Like the above photo, from JFX Online.) But let's face it, James T. Kirk was hardly ever on the cutting edge of style. Forty years of fashion crimes in space, after…