Not PADDYFLAGE. Irish pattern DPM or IP-DPM. Please don't call it Paddyflage. The word Paddy is offensive to Irish people ( It was used by the british as a derogatory form of address back when we weren't friends)
PS: What you have there Rip is a set of the original pattern trousers(narrow belt loops,fold over top cargo pockets,no field dressing pocket) and shirt(angled pockets).Up until 2010 all our shirts and trousers were "mixed sets.
It's only since 2010 that we adopted the ripstop shirts and now they are mainly kept for in garrison wear with UBACS for field use.