65%Polyester + 35%Cotton
60% Cotton + 40%Polyester
50%Nylon + 50%Cotton

Fabric Type:
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

A Modern and Functional Choice
The Iron Gray Military Uniform combines modern design with functionality. Its neutral gray tones ensure effective concealment in a range of environments, making it a versatile choice for various operational needs.

Which army had grey uniforms?
The Confederacy struggled to keep troops equipped and supplied. Many units outfitted themselves. Confederate soldiers wore various uniforms, although gray jackets became common, often with felt slouch hats. Many had no knapsacks; instead they looped their bedrolls across their torsos when they marched.

Why are military uniforms GREY?
Have you ever wondered why cadets wear gray uniforms when army uniforms were originally indigo blue? It all began in the American-British War, in 1812, when resources were rapidly depleted. There was a scarcity of blue fabric, with only rough gray cloth available.

Why did Germans wear gray?
The German army started to use grey uniforms when the concept of camouflage became common in military tactics. It was officially introduced before the mobilization in 1914.

What do colors mean on army uniform?
A system of branch colors, indicated by piping on uniforms of foot soldiers and lace for mounted troops, was first authorized in the 1851 uniform regulations, with Prussian blue denoting infantry, scarlet for artillery, orange for dragoons, green for mounted rifles, and black for staff.

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