65%Polyester + 35%Cotton
60% Cotton + 40%Polyester
50%Nylon + 50%Cotton
Ripstop / Twill
XS – XXL or customization
Double layer stand-up collar with Velcro fastener
Crease on the back to increase the volume
Fly with zipper and velcro closure
Elbow / buttocks / knees are reinforced with double layer fabric
Velcro on each arm and chest for patch attachment
3 extra wide belt loops at the waist, perfect for military belt
Desert Operations Excellence
The British Army Desert Camouflage Uniform is designed with a keen understanding of desert combat. Its pattern and colors provide soldiers with the necessary camouflage to move stealthily across sandy expanses, highlighting the importance of effective attire in harsh environments.
What desert camo does the British Army use?
Disruptive Pattern Material (DPM) is the commonly used name of a camouflage pattern used by the British Armed Forces as well as many other armed forces worldwide, particularly in former British colonies. The main variants of DPM are a four-colour woodland pattern, and desert patterns in two, three or four colours.
Is desert DPM still used?
MTP has now replaced DPM and Desert DPM camouflage patterns which were part of the previous CS95 uniform. What are the “bearskins” of British Army soldiers made from?
What is British camo called?
Introduced in the early 1960s and firstly issued to the British Special Forces only, the British DPM camouflage is one of the most known and recognisable camo patterns worldwide.
What camo does the British SAS use?
British DPM Camouflage (Disruptive Pattern Material) is a four-colour woodland camouflage pattern that the British Army used for over 40 years. Ideal for use in temperate climates, there was also a two-colour desert DPM camo for use in the Middle East.