Collection: Russian TTsMKK Disruptive Amoeba Tri Color CAMO

Toward the end of the Second World War, a short-lived camouflage design emerged that combined "stair step" features of the TTsMKK with those of the original "amoeba" pattern. It was essentially the standard TTsMKK design with an overprint of brown amoeba shapes in the same style as the 1938 pattern. Several types of uniform in this pattern have been documented, and it apparently saw service between 1945 and 1950, although does not seem to be documented beyond that point. However, modern versions of the pattern have been documented in use by Russian military forces in the 2000s.