Scleroderma is a systemic disease with a myriad of cutaneous manifestations. Pigmentary disturbances have been described in scleroderma. While diffuse generalized hyperpigmentation and localized hypopigmentation with perifollicular hyper-pigmentation are well recognized, a vascular induced hyperpigmentation has only been recently described. In this paper, we report another unrecognized pigmentary abnormality in a 48-year-old patient who presented with a reticulate hyper-pigmentation affecting the trunk, upper and lower limbs. To our knowledge, cutaneous hyperpigmented reticulate scleroderma has not been reported previously.