Collection: American WW2 MacLaren Experimental CAMO

Several camouflage designs were tested by the US Army during the Second World War (circa 1942), none of which were ever adopted. The only pattern that we have a name for has been called the MacLaren pattern (presumably named after its developer). The design featured olive green spots printed over reddish-brown blotches with undefined edges, on a khaki or pale green background. Although full uniforms were produced, very few have survived into the present era.