To me it looks a lot like the old British WWII brushstroke camouflage material, cut in the style of one of the Vietnam-era uniforms.
This looks nothing like any variant of tiger stripe I've ever seen... anyone have any idea what the heck it is?
Mercenary25 wrote:That cam was worn by advisors. It was discussed on USMF. They had a long thread about it.
CollectinSteve wrote:This is actually a WW2 British pattern which was sent off to France as surplus, then France had more stuff made in the cloth (I don't know if they had the cloth produced locally or what). The Brits made "Windproof" smock and jacket out of this stuff, as well as a winter tanker coveralls.