PECOC Review - Please add your Patterns etc

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    PECOC Review - Please add your Patterns etc

    Post by LeeKitchen1975 on Thu Apr 16, 2015 12:08 pm

    As per the pervious thread George put up on recent PECOC releases from the Disposal Agency, Steve thought it was a good idea to have one thread where everybody can drop in their different PECOC patterns/Colours etc. I have not gone down the route of photographing all my collection as this is on the site already but captured just one garment to get the patter/colour to highlight the width of the PECOC project. Please feel free to add whatever you have...

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    Woodland 1



    Woodland 2



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    Arid - Desert 3 Tone (Beige/Brown/Black)



    Desert 2 Tone (Beige/Brown)



    Desert 3 Tone (Beige/Brown/Orange)




    Hybrid 4 Tone (Olive/Beige/Black/Grey)



    Desert 3 Tone (Beige/Brown/Grey)



    Hybrid Vest 4 Tone (Green/Brown/Pale Blue/White)



    Olive Green



    Hybrid

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    Post by CollectinSteve on Thu Apr 16, 2015 12:40 pm

    Fantastic! We're off to a great start. We also should try to figure out what different models there are within the color styles. Some are not numbered, others have designations like "CD2". I suspect that there isn't always a matching set in any one designation, but I don't have enough data to conclude that.

    I'll try to wrangle pics of mine sometime tonight.

    BTW, that is the full webbing for Hybrid is your crown jewel IMHO.

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    Post by LeeKitchen1975 on Thu Apr 16, 2015 1:03 pm

    Hi Steve, no not the jewel, I have a Coyote Brown set from George which is the Crown Jewels! Smile I like the hybrid pieces but Coyote Brown I think looks nicer?! Just my personal view before anybody destroys me!! Ha ha

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    Post by mylle on Thu Apr 16, 2015 3:25 pm

    Great post!Cool variety of camos.... Some pieces I have never seen before. What a Face

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    Post by fourtycoats on Thu Apr 16, 2015 5:37 pm

    Hybrid day pack. Available for trade for PECOC clothing items.



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    Post by sobota on Thu Apr 16, 2015 5:45 pm

    From my collection past and present, minus patterns Lee has already shown:


    Digital Hybrid 4 Colour (Dark Brown, Brown, Beige, Green)




    'DES 5' - as written in the collar (Burgundy, Beige, Tan)




    Temperate? (Green, Brown, Beige and Green)


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    Post by LeeKitchen1975 on Thu Apr 16, 2015 5:46 pm

    The Des 5 rocks! Love it!!

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    Post by CollectinSteve on Fri Apr 17, 2015 1:52 am

    Similar to the last one George posted in terms of colors, but they were used for different shapes:





    Two different 2 color desert sets:









    Digital DPM made from cheap "on demand" jet printing. Very little tailoring to it. Obviously the most basic of prototypes.



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    Post by CollectinSteve on Fri Apr 17, 2015 1:56 am

    A CD2 Woodland DPM set. I know for sure there is also a CD1 jacket and CD6 jacket/trousers.







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    Post by CollectinSteve on Fri Apr 17, 2015 2:08 am

    Lee!

    In your first post you posted the wrong picture. You showed the Hybrid 4 Tone (Olive/Beige/Black/Grey) twice. What's missing is the 3 Tone version. If you send me a PM with the IMG link I can hack it into your original post using my magical moderator powers (for good, not evil!) Very Happy

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    Post by CollectinSteve on Fri Apr 17, 2015 2:23 am

    By my count there are 13 unique patterns shown so far. I've given them nicknames to try and keep them straight. The color I chose for the nickname is that of the smallest shape since it's on all patterns, 3 and 4 color.

    Desert
    Standard 2 color in different hues (similar to production variations)
    3 color Brown (the more prevalent alternative to 2 color)
    3 color DES 5 (variation of "chocolate")
    3 color Gray
    3 color Orange
    3 color Brown Digital

    Woodland
    Standard 4 color (traditional colors)
    4 color Gray
    4 color Green
    4 color digital

    Hybrid
    Standard 4 color (as seen on kit)
    4 color Light (one background shape is light gray instead of rust brown)
    4 color Digital

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    Post by LeeKitchen1975 on Fri Apr 17, 2015 4:00 am

    Hi Steve, If you can delete one of the pics which says Biege/brown and Orange that would be great...I put the wrong pic in and then dropped in after... Thanks

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    Post by LeeKitchen1975 on Fri Apr 17, 2015 4:17 am

    Wow just studied your pics Steve, the Desert trousers are great, I wonder what the Velcro on the legs were used for or intended to be for... Never seen that before!! I really want your UBAC, this is the second one I have seen now...it would complete my set!!! Ha ha I will have to keep searching!! Smile

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    Post by Camo_fiend on Fri Apr 17, 2015 12:07 pm

    My contribution: a 3-colour PECOC jacket. Fabric is the exact same as the later issue two-colour desert DPM. Up close, you can see the squares within the fabric but it's not the cheap cotton ripstop; still has the twill fabric feel of new CS95 type clothing. All velcro fixtures are black. Buttons are green Canadian style with black tape. The tag is merely a hand-written "180/104". "DES 2" is hand-written in permanent marker underneath the tag.



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    Post by CollectinSteve on Fri Apr 17, 2015 12:14 pm

    LeeKitchen1975 wrote:Hi Steve, If you can delete one of the pics which says Biege/brown and Orange that would be great...I put the wrong pic in and then dropped in after... Thanks

    I moved the orange image from the separate post up to your big post, then deleted the separate one.

    LeeKitchen1975 wrote:Wow just studied your pics Steve, the Desert trousers are great, I wonder what the Velcro on the legs were used for or intended to be for... Never seen that before!!

    It appears to be a way of adjusting the knees to fight tighter. BTW, I have a spare trousers of the other type (label states it as PECOC, no secondary designation) and a CD2 desert jacket.

    I really want your UBAC, this is the second one I have seen now...it would complete my set!!! Ha ha I will have to keep searching!! Smile

    I can shorten your search if you send me your Hybrid kit since you don't really like it anyway Very Happy

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    Post by CollectinSteve on Fri Apr 17, 2015 12:37 pm

    Camo_fiend wrote:My contribution: a 3-colour PECOC jacket. Fabric is the exact same as the later issue two-colour desert DPM. Up close, you can see the squares within the fabric but it's not the cheap cotton ripstop; still has the twill fabric feel of new CS95 type clothing. All velcro fixtures are black. Buttons are green Canadian style with black tape. The tag is merely a hand-written "180/104". "DES 2" is hand-written in permanent marker underneath the tag.

    Cool.

    So far I've seen 4 different types of labels:

    1. Form style label with hand written information. Refers to the pattern as "Track" (similar to US camo trials in 2002)



    2. Generic "PECOC" label without any secondary variant identifier.



    3. "PECOC" with a sequential designation starting with "CD". I've seen it expressed as a 3 digit code (e.g. "CD2") but also as a 4 digit code (e.g. "CD06")



    4. "PECOC" with two sub designations. One is "Stage", which refers to a step within the larger trials process, and "Option", which refers to a specific variant being tested for that step.



    And with Ben's comments a 5th type:

    5. "PECOC" label (don't know what type) with hand written designation on it. So far we've seen two of the 3 color desert (brown) ones expressed as "DES" and a number. Those two are DES 2 and DES 5.

    If you guys can search through your labels to see if you have other types or variations, that would be great. At some point we should try to nail down the range of DES, CD, Track, and Stage/Option designations.

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    Post by mylle on Fri Apr 17, 2015 1:38 pm

    Keep on posting guys, great stuff! cheers

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    Post by CollectinSteve on Fri Apr 17, 2015 2:45 pm

    From what I can tell three uniforms were produced in large numbers:

    1. 2 color desert
    2. 3 color desert (brown)
    3. standard woodland

    There appears to be several variations of each. Here's what I have been able to verify from this thread and prior information:

    2 Color Desert
    PECOC
    CD2
    CS06

    3 Color Desert (Brown)
    Track 2146 (2)
    DES2
    CD1
    CD2
    CD3

    Woodland
    CD1
    CD2
    CD06

    Anybody have something different to add?

    BTW, it seems that "Track 2146 (2)" was a more general trial which took place in 2007. The items with extremely varied colors appear to have come from this part of the trial as their labels all have "Track 2146 (2)" with no other sub designation. If anybody has something different on the labels to their oddball colored pieces, please post a picture or typed info.

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    Post by LeeKitchen1975 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 8:29 am

    Some of the Labels that are attached to some of the collecation..



    Desert Windproof





    3 Tone Entrenching Pouch





    Olive Green Thermal Shirt





    Woodland CD3 Windproof







    CD3 - B3


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    Post by LeeKitchen1975 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 8:52 am





    Desert UBAC with totally different Label







    CD1 B1





    Desert Trousers





    Desert Shirt









    Desert 3 Tone CD2

    More to follow...Laptop keeps crashing !!!!

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    Post by LeeKitchen1975 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 9:11 am

    Apologies system keeps crashing, I am just going to upload the labels







    Desert/Grey



    Coyote Tan ECM Pack





    MTP Level 5



    Desert/Orange - I wonder if the corresponding shirts would have the DES catagorisation



    Hybrid Olive/Grey/Black/biege



    Arid windproof CD1 B2





    Arid Tantalus suit



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    Post by Camo_fiend on Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:06 am


    Now we know where all the PECOC kit has been hiding... Lee and George are hoarding it all! Laughing

    This is a great reference point we've started here. Please continue uploading photos. I'm seeing variants here I didn't even know existed!


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    Post by mylle on Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:56 am

    Now I totally lost the overview.So much different stuff.
    What a Face

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