Yes, I know, after years of saying I wouldn't dabble in U.S. surplus, here we are. Anyway, these are the real deal. Issued from about 2009 to about 2014 to troops deploying to Afghanistan, these are the Army's stop-gap to replacing UCP (which was a failure and sucked). These are the lightweight "FRACUs" that were printed in Multicam before Scorpion was adopted.
These are all used, so expect fading, as the FRACUS are notorious for fading even after one wash. That being said, I have inspected these for major flaws and have weeded out the derelict uniforms. Most of these have the IR glint tabs on both shoulders, but if they're not there, don't be disappointed. All of these are still in good shape, and are very comfortable. They're getting harder to find as not a lot of these were made.