Russian WWII Tri Color CAMO

Entering service later in the war (1944) was the tritsvetnyi makirovochnyi kamuflirovannyi kostium or TTsMKK uniform, printed in a unique three-color disruptive camouflage. It has been suggested that the pattern was developed by the Soviets to thwart German infrared night vision devices that began appearing in early 1944. The overlapping pattern of dark green and foliage green on a yellow-tan base incorporated a "stair step" concept that would classify many Soviet designs for years to come. As with the earlier uniforms, the same MKK/MK style uniforms were issued in this pattern, generally reserved for reconnaissance, sniper & border units during the war and into the 1950s. This pattern was later exported to Albania where it served with their elite units into the 1990s. Contemporary variations have also been worn by Russian military forces in the 2000s.
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rhodesian camo

great shorts and V-neck shirt very comfortable very lightweight I play woodland paintball and its gets very hot here in alabama highly recommend

Rhodesian Bush CAMO Indoor Wall Tapestry

The Wall Tapestry was as expected, but since I got the largest size available the actual pattern seemed to have been expanded rather than remaining on its original size ratio.

Its fine

Very nice, but your spam emails are pissing me off, please stop

Alpha Jungle Camo Yoga Leggings

Very roomy and comfy, but thin. I’m a 14 so I got the biggest size but I could have gone down a size for sure 💁🏼‍♀️ I’ll purchase again.

Great quality

The print quality is top notch!