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    Thanks for the insite Dave and no it is not Gortex cotton blend I should think .So far it has been a real head scratcher .When I get some time I will take some photos and post some more of my camo clothing.

    Regards Mark K

    Always on the look out for WW II Canadian Helmets and Cam nets to add to my collection.

    Found a Canadian Mk II Medics Helmet and yes I know they are about as rare as hens teeth !!!!!

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    US Desert Night over smock-a very specific camo item indeed-brand new but I believe an obsolete pattern.
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    Aust pattern camo 'Tropical Smock'-known to the troops as the smock psychological as it was in no way remotely waterproof-was the only camo item issued to Australian troops in the 60s and 70s-also the matching bush hat pattern, lined with the standard 'greens' cotton cloth. This has the earlier lighter green/black colour camo pattern as used during Vietnam.
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    Quote by Thanatos View Post
    Gday Datus
    Love mine and wear them all the time also,
    Mate just got lucky ,Was surfing UK disposal stores and bingo there they were,Grabbed my set straight away,then ordered another set of trousers when I saw the build quality of these garments.(would have grabbed another smock but they had run out,this blokes M-84 stock sold fast.)
    I quess I could ask a similar question,
    How did a pair of M84 desert cam trousers end up in frozen Russia
    Have a good one mate
    Actually it is a combat smock. It got here because i am Danish and served in the Danish army. I know a good guy in Denmark who has a company selling all kinds of Danish army surplus. Quite cheap too. Let me know if i can help you out some time mate.

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    Great thread on modern camo guys. Keep them coming.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    agghhh the old smock tropical,spent some wet/cold days in these beasts in Tassie's winter(Army Reserve back in the mid 80's).These were the ADF'S concept of a rain jacket for reservists in my day.
    They should all be burnt.
    No it's a cool piece of kit.Thanks for showing her.
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    Quote by Datrus View Post
    Actually it is a combat smock. It got here because i am Danish and served in the Danish army. I know a good guy in Denmark who has a company selling all kinds of Danish army surplus. Quite cheap too. Let me know if i can help you out some time mate.
    If you could that would be great mate.

    Have a good one cobber

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    Quote by lithgow View Post
    US Desert Night over smock-a very specific camo item indeed-brand new but I believe an obsolete pattern.
    Ive seen one of these before in an image but I can't quite think where.Low IR signiture cover smock,It's a real ripper that one Lithgow .
    Cheers mate for posting her.

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    Gday Mark,
    Sorry mate got bluffed by what looked like a "taped seam seal".
    Some close ups would be good if you can.
    Yes post away looking forward to having a look at your cams.
    Have a good one mate.

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    Hey Dave first of all I have taken a few more close ups of the desert DPM parka and then I will follow up with a few more smocks and combat shirts.

    Regards Mark K
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    Always on the look out for WW II Canadian Helmets and Cam nets to add to my collection.

    Found a Canadian Mk II Medics Helmet and yes I know they are about as rare as hens teeth !!!!!

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