Guatemalan "Noodle" Camouflage

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    TennoHeikaNate
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    Guatemalan "Noodle" Camouflage

    Post by TennoHeikaNate on Thu Nov 16, 2017 5:25 am

    I've got a couple things in this Guatemalan made copy of the South Korean "Noodle/Waves" pattern.
    First up is a pair of simple trousers. Two patch hand pockets, and one patch rear pocket.
    No pleats, no ties, no cargos, no reinforcements, and simple belt loops.
    No markings besides a very tiny, worn size tab sewn onto one of the belt loops.




    Secondly, and more recently, I came across this boonie/bush hat in the pattern. It's a very unique construction.
    It has a strap that runs inside and out of the headband area that is snap adjustable in the back, and has snap-up sides as well as a chin cord.
    No markings of any kind to be found.





    Enjoy!

    Reference photos below. These were quite hard to find, and I apologize for some of the less tasteful nature of some of the photos, but they were all I could find.
    I'm also including some photos I found of different camouflage patterns and uniforms from around the same time period, including some ERDL/Woodland and Duck Hunter type patterns.




































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    Re: Guatemalan "Noodle" Camouflage

    Post by Camo-collector1951 on Fri Nov 17, 2017 6:27 am

    SOME GREAT PICTURES THERE, PITY IT'S SUCH A POOR COUNTRY.

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