Country of Origin: Rhodesia
The Rhodesian Brushstroke pattern is legendary, from it's inception during the Rhodesian Bush War to later service throughout Africa. To this day, a variant of Rhodesian Brushstroke to this day remains the standard camo of the Zimbabwean Army. At one point, the pattern was noted as being so effective that it was in contention to replace the M83 Woodland pattern for the United States Marine Corps. We're proud to be one of the few places to be selling this faithful reproduction!
See for yourself, why this pattern's effectiveness was so legendary!
These shirts are a leftover of our first attempts at creating a "combat cut" with velcro sleeve, but RAID modding our existing battle dress uniform shirts in Rhodesian Brushstroke. The result is a pretty functional uniform, still featuring the four pockets (now two placed at the breast, and two velcro'd pockets on the sleeves), and a lowered pen pocket. These were a one time, experimental run of shirts and quantities are extremely limited. There are no plans to reproduce this variant of shirt in the future, so once they're gone, they're gone!
Don't be fooled by cheap imitations. We're proud to be THE ONLY company manufacturing products in the original Rhodesian Brushstroke pattern based off an original bolt of David Whitehead Textiles 2nd Pattern fabric from 1979.
Medium: 46 inch chest - 20 inch shoulder width - 8.5 inch forearm length / Fits 38-40 inch chest, 5'9 - 5'11 height
Large: 50 inch chest - 21 inch shoulder width - 9 inch forearm length / Fits 40-42 inch chest, 6'0 - 6'2 height