Nice Greek set I picked up off ebay for about $30 , seller said his friend brought it back from Bosnia during one of the U.N. missions , pants are small square ripstop , shirt is smooth cotton poly blend ,Both tags are in Greek.
The pattern is indeed very nice, but... The fabric is extremely thin (which can be good in some cases) and the stiching is worse than i would do by hand I have never seen more sloppy stiching, thin and only one pass over the fabric...
Thought I would add my contribution to this interesting variation on the lizard pattern with a couple of pieces I picked up at the big Pomona militaria show.
First off is what was described to me as a 1st pattern jacket. Dated 1971, and in ERDL cut, so this is highly conceivable. Although, I have seen a couple photos of Greek soldiers in French surplus jackets, so that may be the first use of lizard in the Hellenic armed forces.
Next up is a potential 3rd pattern (second being the same as the first, but in ripstop). This is cut similar to RDF and pretty much the same as the marine vertical lizard. Pants are dated 1974, and unfortunately are pretty wrecked because someone decided to modify them down to a pixie waist size! I intend to affect repairs if possible, but still a nice set. It seems to be pretty well matched, even though the jacket is dated 1978.