About the Tigerstripe Camouflage
Officially, the U.S. Armed forces never produced a Tiger Camo pattern. The original design was adopted by Elite Vietnamese forces from a French military camo called “Lizard.” U.S. military personnel permitted to wear the pattern had their fatigues custom made by local tailors in Vietnam. Eventually, the U.S.-designed E.R.D.L. (later becoming “woodland camo”) replaced the tiger stripe pattern for reconnaissance units. Although most units wore solid drab in the field, the camo’s cultural association would be forever tied to the Vietnam era.
Model is 6 ft / 183 cm, and is wearing a size Medium.
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4 exterior pockets with concealed button closure
Ripstop Tigerstripe BDU Shirt
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