--I found this a couple of years ago, and always assumed it was a PRC knockoff of German Flecktarn. It went into a box, and I forgot about it. I was gathering stuff up to do a trade run, and revisited it-- but still didn't know what to tell the guys at the shop about what it is.
It has no markings, aside from a tiny tag at the collar with the number "3" on it. Unlike anything from Germany, the cordlocks and snap-covers are black-plastic, instead of olive, and the cords themselves are cotton, and not nylon. There's no means by which to button a liner into this jacket, and the nametape-backer is absurdly thin-- like what you'd expect from a knockoff garment where conservation of materials was more important to the manufacturer than authenticity. Yet, the fabric itself does not feel cheap.
AND... the one thing that really gives me pause is the presence of Kroko zippers. Kroko is in Belgium, and they have actual military contracts with the Belgian Army.
As far as the pattern is concerned, I tried doing the comparison with images that many of you were kind enough to post between Belgian and German Flecktarn, but this pattern looks more German to me.
So... Is this thing a Chinese knockoff, a Belgian knockoff, or something authentic?