Collection: British DPM Desert CAMO

A desert variant of the British DPM was first issued on a limited basis in the late 1980s consisting of subdued sand and khaki hues but was replaced by a two-color light brown on sand version by 1990 because four-color (light and dark browns, khaki, and sand) versions had been adopted by some Middle Eastern countries, notably Kuwait and the Iraqi Republican Guard. It is also currently worn by members of the Indonesian National Armed Forces assigned to the Garuda Contingent serving in UN Peacekeeping operations in UNIFIL.