Firstly, I cannot claim much knowledge of Portuguese camouflage patterns beside some rudimentary ideas of a few.
This is an area that I neglected for a long time but working on changing that.
I am certain there is no more knowledgeable member on this forum than Pedro P. when it comes to patterns of his native country.
Checked the trousers in the first post. They are definitely differences from the shirt. Received them with the shirt as a set.
Did notice a small difference, but shrugged it off as production variations. Good eye, Steve, I looked at them more closely and discovered the label.
Early Dolman are notorious for their virtually non existing labeling. The shirt posted with the trousers only has a small size tag at the nape, as per usual.
Not sure that the trousers are not Portuguese. Could be a commercial copy. The label is not helpful.
Pantalones mean pants in several languages, as does 100% cotton; camoufle , could be an abbreviation. Only thing that puzzles me is M64...
I am thinking commercial Portuguese, but not certain. Perhaps one or more of our forum members can shine a light
Will do a side by side comparison of the 2 pieces ASAP..