Formerly used during the Vietnam War, the Tiger Stripe pattern rapidly gained in popularity and is now worn by civilians all over the world. It actually is not a strictly described pattern, but a whole wide family of camouflages with a single root, which is the "lizard" pattern developed by the French.
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The great thing about having old-school camo patterns available to buy today is that we can set them together with modern clothes and gear. Even if the military style is not your preferred, you can blend camo pants or a camo jacket with things you wear casually every day.
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Along with the iconic BDU (Battle Dress Uniform), the U.S. Woodland camouflage pattern was introduced in 1981 and used for almost 20 years by the US military forces. Known in short as M81, this four-color camo marks the change in the battle environment from close-range operations, like in Vietnam, to modern, long-range ones.
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Speaking of camouflage patterns used for everyday purposes, we wanted to get in touch with guys who know the fashion industry very well. That’s why we reached out to DandyCore - a group of friends and fashion maniacs who made it clear that US Woodland camo can be worn with style.
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