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Camouflage Pattern

Flecktarn
Fleckdesert

Desert camouflage, also called Tropentarn, is based on the spotted Flecktarn pattern. It consists of beige-brown-dark green. It was first used in Somalia in 1993.

Fleckdesert

Desert camouflage, also called Tropentarn, is based on the spotted Flecktarn pattern. It consists of beige-brown-dark green. It was first used in Somalia in 1993.

Woodland

Was introduced by US Special Forces during the Vietnam War. In 1982 it became the standard pattern for all US units. It is used worldwide however mainly in America and Africa.

Desert 6 color

Developed by the United States for desert combat in the mid-1980s. The U.S. Armed Forces were equipped with it 1991 during Operation Desert Storm. It remained in use until 1999 and was then replaced by a 3-color pattern. It consists of the colors beige, dark beige, dark brown, light green brown, black and white.

Desert 6 color

Developed by the United States for desert combat in the mid-1980s. The U.S. Armed Forces were equipped with it 1991 during Operation Desert Storm. It remained in use until 1999 and was then replaced by a 3-color pattern. It consists of the colors beige, dark beige, dark brown, light green brown, black and white.

Desert 3 colors

This pattern replaced the 6-color desert camo pattern during Operation Desert Storm 1991. The 6 color had proven to be less effective. It consists of beige-ocher-brown tones.

Digital Desert

This is a "pixelated" camouflage pattern. The soldier blurs faster together with the background.

Digital Desert

This is a "pixelated" camouflage pattern. The soldier blurs faster together with the background.

Digital Woodland

The Woodland pattern in a digital printing.

AT Digital

The latest version digital pattern. US Armed Forces standard issue.

AT Digital

The latest version digital pattern. US Armed Forces standard issue.

Urban Camo

Developed by the USA in the 80's. Based on the woodland pattern. Especially for use in winter and in urban / city areas. Also known as Metro. Colors black-gray-white.

Skyblue

This pattern is again based from the Woodland camouflage pattern, however in sky blue instead of green.

Skyblue

This pattern is again based from the Woodland camouflage pattern, however in sky blue instead of green.

Fleckurban

Colored based on the Urban Camo. The stripe pattern was replaced by a round spot pattern.

Fleckskyblue

Colored based on the Skyblue Camo. The stripe pattern was replaced by a round spot pattern.

Fleckskyblue

Colored based on the Skyblue Camo. The stripe pattern was replaced by a round spot pattern.

Red-Camo

Based on the Urban Camo With red included.

Af-Camo

This is the U.S. Air Force version of the Tiger Stripe pattern. It consists of sand, ocher, green and black.

Af-Camo

This is the U.S. Air Force version of the Tiger Stripe pattern. It consists of sand, ocher, green and black.

Nightcamo

Darkened version of the Woodland pattern.

CCE

The 'Camouflage Center Europe camo is a camouflage pattern for Central Europe. It consists of 4 colors, black, green, brown and sand. The color combination was determined based on the vegetation in the forest of Fontainbleau. It is the current camouflage pattern of the French army. It was introduced by the Foreign Legion in the mid-1990s.

CCE

The 'Camouflage Center Europe camo is a camouflage pattern for Central Europe. It consists of 4 colors, black, green, brown and sand. The color combination was determined based on the vegetation in the forest of Fontainbleau. It is the current camouflage pattern of the French army. It was introduced by the Foreign Legion in the mid-1990s.

DPM

DPM - Disruptive Pattern Material. British camouflage pattern. Inspired by the US Woodland. First used in the Balkans during the 1990s. Resembles also the Dutch camouflage pattern.

DPM-Desert

Desert version of the DPM pattern. Two-tone - brown and sand-colored. Was specially developed for Desert Storm. A previous sample of the DPM was delivered to the Iraqi army during the 1st Gulf War in the 1980s and had to be replaced.

DPM-Desert

Desert version of the DPM pattern. Two-tone - brown and sand-colored. Was specially developed for Desert Storm. A previous sample of the DPM was delivered to the Iraqi army during the 1st Gulf War in the 1980s and had to be replaced.

Norwegian

Three-color pattern worn by the Norwegian Army. Used only by land forces and paratroopers.

Swedish

A special camouflage pattern with straight contours to simulate shadows. Four-color dark navy blue, green, sand and ocher. Is worn by the army and the air force.

Swedish

A special camouflage pattern with straight contours to simulate shadows. Four-color dark navy blue, green, sand and ocher. Is worn by the army and the air force.

Austrian

Used in the Austrian army from 1956 to 1978. Also known as Erbsentarn or Fleckerlteppich. It is similar to the camouflage patterns of the German armed forces during WWII. Now replaced by olive clothing however snipers in particular still use this pattern.

Belgian

Very similar to the German flecktarn. Only the brown tone has been replaced with green.

Belgian

Very similar to the German flecktarn. Only the brown tone has been replaced with green.

Swiss

The large red component is typical of this camouflage print. It was introduced in 1983. It is based on several camouflage patterns of the German army during WWII. In 1990, the camouflage printing was changed slightly with the introduction of the new camouflage suit (TAZ90).

Tiger Stripe

Used by the South Vietnamese troops during the Vietnam War. It is characterized by a strong alternation of light and dark parts, which perfectly takes into account the lighting conditions in the jungle.

Tiger Stripe

Used by the South Vietnamese troops during the Vietnam War. It is characterized by a strong alternation of light and dark parts, which perfectly takes into account the lighting conditions in the jungle.

Pacific camo

Was worn by the U.S. Armed Forces in the Pacific during WWII. The pioneer was the US Marine Corps. It was developed for fighting in the jungle during "island jumping" in the Pacific. It was also used sporadically in the European theater of war. It was also used during the Korean War.

Eichentarn

A camouflage pattern of the German army during the 2nd half of WWII.

Eichentarn

A camouflage pattern of the German army during the 2nd half of WWII.

Splinter-Tarn

A camouflage pattern of the German army during the 2nd half of WWII.

Strich-Tarn

A simple camouflage pattern from the former East German National People's Army. It consists of dark lines on a plain background.

Strich-Tarn

A simple camouflage pattern from the former East German National People's Army. It consists of dark lines on a plain background.

Multicam

Was developed to blur the contours of soldiers in infrared in various areas and light intensities.

A-Tacs

Like the multicam pattern, the 'Advanced Tactical Concealment System' also uses natural textures. It achieves an optimal blurring effect due to its fine shapes and patterns.

A-Tacs

Like the multicam pattern, the 'Advanced Tactical Concealment System' also uses natural textures. It achieves an optimal blurring effect due to its fine shapes and patterns.

Combat Camo

Fantasy camo based on the woodland pattern.

NVA Flächentarn

Also known as "flower camo" or "potato camo". Made as a replacement for the Soviet camouflage pattern for the East German NVA.

NVA Flächentarn

Also known as "flower camo" or "potato camo". Made as a replacement for the Soviet camouflage pattern for the East German NVA.

BGS Tarn

Developed as a "swamp camo" camouflage pattern of the German army during the second half of WWII. Was used also in the early days of the Federal Border Guard.

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