Country of Origin: United Kingdom
The classic British Army Disruptive Material Pattern (DPM), the go-to" field shirt for "Fudds" and "Tacticool" operators alike. First drawn up in the early 1960s with heavy influences from the earlier British Denison patterns, the four colour pattern was a standardization of the previously hand drawn pattern. It works exceptionally well in the bush, and saw a service life of almost five decades.
These shirts are variants of the British Army Soldier 95 system shirts, intended to be tucked into the trousers and worn over a t-shirt. They feature two large chest pockets with slot buttons, and a rank epaulette at the front of the shirt. They also include a wide variety of patches and insignia, so we make every effort to identify the tactical recognition patch (TRF) of each shirt. Some shirts come complete with a zipper in addition to buttons, and a small number are older variations without zippers.
Overall, a great, simple and relative cheap field shirt to get your started in the world of milsurp, or a great addition to any history buffs collection!
Sizing References (based off actual garment measurements):
- Small-Short Size Ranges: 42 inch chest, 26-27 inch length
- Medium-Regular Size Ranges: 46 inch chest, 28-29 inch length
All prices are in Canadian Dollars (CAD).
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