Dutch army backpacks from 1993 till recent

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    jeva
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    Dutch army backpacks from 1993 till recent

    Post by jeva on Sat Feb 06, 2010 2:49 pm

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    First photo small backpack .Colors grey, dpm, desert ,desert.
    Second photo Lowe alpine .Colors green ,dpm,Marines woodland.
    Third photo Lowe alpine Marines woodland.
    Fourth photo Lowe alpine grabbag .colors dpm .
    Fifth photo Medic backpack .color dpm.

    The current isseu = lowe alpine series /arwy series .Same type .
    There are the grabbag name strike 40 liter.
    3 daypack name sting 55 liter .
    3 daypack name stingray 55 liter.
    name saracen 130 liter.

    And There is a test variation
    Tasmanian Tiger Range Pack G82 for the kct .Special forces.

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    Re: Dutch army backpacks from 1993 till recent

    Post by jeva on Sun Apr 04, 2010 6:55 am

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    This is THE!! test traject for Dutch dpm backpack .
    Its ultimate rare .
    There is also tje 120 liter variant ,only used by the KCT.

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    Re: Dutch army backpacks from 1993 till recent

    Post by misanthropic_gods on Sun Apr 04, 2010 4:06 pm

    Dont the germans use the same Lowe Alpine pack, but in Flecktarn?

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    Re: Dutch army backpacks from 1993 till recent

    Post by Sgt P. on Fri Apr 23, 2010 6:42 pm

    Jeva,
    Nice packs and photos. I have a few pieces of the Dutch SF jungle. Nothing super special as my friend in the Netherlands sent them to me over the years. Sadly the heat here has made some of the nylon camouflage sticky. Wondering is anyone here on the forum has an idea how to keep the nylon less tacky? Sgt P. Cool


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