U.S. Three Color Desert Pattern DCU Blouse- Used

One of my favorite desert camouflage patterns ever, the three color U.S. pattern, is available from us now. You have asked, and we've delivered. 

These are the real deal, and are all used. Introduced in 1990, it was not in full enough production to see wide-scale use in Desert Storm, but began appearing in Somalia in 1993. Fast forward to the Afghanistan and Iraq wars in the Early 2000s, and these were the uniform of choice for the U.S. military in the early days before everyone wanted to go all digital. 

What to expect: These are all genuine surplus, so expect fading, small tears/holes, patch "shadows", stains, and other various imperfections concurrent with military use. Some of these are Tru-Spec blouses, but have shadows from military patches so if you get one of those, rest assured someone bought it or it was issued and used by a military member at some point. All this being said, I try to sort through each item and cull the really bad ones, so you won't get a torn up piece of crap. May be either Rip-Stop or Twill. 

U.S. Three Color Desert Pattern DCU Blouse- Used

$5.00
U.S. Three Color Desert Pattern DCU Blouse- Used
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U.S. Three Color Desert Pattern DCU Blouse- Used

$5.00
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One of my favorite desert camouflage patterns ever, the three color U.S. pattern, is available from us now. You have asked, and we've delivered. 

These are the real deal, and are all used. Introduced in 1990, it was not in full enough production to see wide-scale use in Desert Storm, but began appearing in Somalia in 1993. Fast forward to the Afghanistan and Iraq wars in the Early 2000s, and these were the uniform of choice for the U.S. military in the early days before everyone wanted to go all digital. 

What to expect: These are all genuine surplus, so expect fading, small tears/holes, patch "shadows", stains, and other various imperfections concurrent with military use. Some of these are Tru-Spec blouses, but have shadows from military patches so if you get one of those, rest assured someone bought it or it was issued and used by a military member at some point. All this being said, I try to sort through each item and cull the really bad ones, so you won't get a torn up piece of crap. May be either Rip-Stop or Twill.