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This camouflage pattern is a direct copy of US 'M81' woodland with a greyscale colour pallet and is generally referred to as 'Urban Woodland'. This style of uniform was briefly trialled by Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment during 'Limited Objective Experiment One' at the MOUT facility in camp Lejune, Carolina. Very little is known about where these uniforms were sourced, but it is highly speculated that they were commercially produced. This example was made by Ladiga Sports, a known producer of mil-spec uniforms during the era. While nobody is certain of what brand made the uniforms used during this exercise, Ladiga Sportswear is certainly a potential candidate (amongst Tru-Spec and Propper). Compared to other woodland urban camouflage patterns, the Ladiga offering is much duller and has less contrast between the shades.
Excellent condition with minor wear from use - Slightly faded. All buttons, fittings and fixtures are present and working. The labels are present and legible.