Bolle gunfire 2.0 ballistic glasses17th August 2023
Czech army m95 parkhas24th August 2023
Swiss Alpenflage, also called TAZ 83, Pizza Camo, and what we’ve dubbed “Casserole Camo” was issued on different pieces of gear from the late 50s to the early 90s. In fall and early winter foliage the pattern performs at its best, matching the conditions of the Swiss Alps closer than other times of the year. When it hit the surplus market in the 90s, outside of its natural environment in the alps, it stuck out like a sore thumb — in both cool factor and pattern. It continues to intrigue curious surplus collectors and has amassed quite the diehard fandom for both it’s functionality and it’s unique pattern.
The parka features 10 pockets — ammo-pouch-styled front chest pockets, two larger abdominal pouches, sleeve pockets, and roomy pockets on the back.
* Durable heavy duty cotton twill construction, machine washable
* 10 pockets for ammunition and supplies on the chest, shoulders, and back.
* Drawstring hood
* Elastic waist adjustments
* Weatherproofed Elbows
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