Trust me, I don't want to open up another 'which camouflage pattern is the best'-kind of discussions here, but it seems to me that most of the spot-type patterns work exeptionally well.
Both specifically in the areas they were each designed for, of course, but they are also some of the most versatile patterns around, as they don't need the exact colour scheme or general lines from topography or vegetation to blend in effectively. They seem to sponge up their surroundings.
German Flecktarn and Tropentarn, Danish M/84 and T/99, Austrian K-4 pea pattern and especially the Chinese Type-03 or 'Tibetan' patterns all work in my native Danish nature year round, with the brown-dominated or arid patterns in autumn-winter and the green, woodland types for spring-summer.
The Austrian pea-dot camo, with its pinks and greys seems an unlikely candidate for a versatile camo, but take it into the forrest or to the hillsides on a snowfree and muddy winters day and you are g-o-n-e in the eyes of others.
Likewise, Sabre's take on a three-colour desert pattern, as Mr. misanthropic_gods said earlier is a good blend between CF CADPAT arid pattern and BW tropentarn, and works surprisingly well, not just in sandy, arid or desert environments but also in Western Europe (and I guess North American) autumnal and winter conditions.
I love it and can't figure out why Sabre would discontinue its production, but they made exceptionally well constructed Danish M/84 and desert T/99 pattern smocks, trousers and combat shirts up until a year ago, and at that time I asked them why they halted production, and the reply was: "Not enough sale, against a high cost of production". Makes sense, but it is regrettable.
I bought Sabres SAS-style smock and the 'Sniper-type' trousers, which is merely a high-waisted, cross suspended and knee-padded pair of pants. Neither are in the recent BW configuration, but extremly wellmade and stylish gear - any size small collectors out there ought to buy the last few smocks from Sabre's website NOW - you will not regret it