The history of the jungle fatigue jacket is from 1962 it has undergone four major improvements since then/ At that time, the M42 paratrooper jacket and pants were used as a reference for development, and there were four jackets and pants. It was a style with 6 pockets. The characteristic diagonally arranged chest pocket were devised to make it easy to take out things when lying down in battle. Also, the poplin fabric is a conventional cotton fabric. It was lighter and quicker to dry. The Jungle Fatigue has eliminated the originally exposed buttons and epaulettes and replaced the poplin fabric with a rip-stop fabric. The jungle fatigue, which was improved during the actual battle and became more complete, had a great influence on the later BDU, and the style of the 4-pocket jacket and 6-pocket pants became the basic form of combat clothing until the end of the 1990s. This is the final (4th) model, using the same cotton poplin rip stop specifications, and faithfully reproduce down to the finest details. "
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