Brushstroke

Brushstroke Camo was developed originally by British paratroopers in WW2, literally using large bushes to paint different swaths of color over their khakis before jumping into enemy territory. This home brew pattern was a favorite of British Special Forces through the 1960’s, because each soldier could customize his kit to his surroundings.

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