Belgian Army Jacket - Jigsaw Camouflage - DISTRESSED RANGE
This army camo jacket is a genuine Belgian army surplus combat jacket in 'Jigsaw' camouflage. This distinctive camo pattern was first introduced in the 1950's for use by the Belgian elite forces, both in Europe and Belgium's African colonies such as the Congo and Zaire, where the red and beige complements the surroundings perfectly. These combat jackets are made from very hard wearing cotton and are definitely built to last.
Other features include:
- 2 waist pockets and 2 vertical zip chest pockets
- 2 press stud arm pockets
- Press stud adjusted cuffs
- Reinforced elbows
- High storm collar.
- Serviceable condition.
- May have repairs, stains and faint odour.
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Did you know? The white parts in the jigsaw camo pattern were originally a misprint! Despite this the Belgian armed forces decided to keep the pattern. It has since gone through three additional tweaks in the design, with the white parts only being removed in 2005. Originally introduced in 1956 the pattern continues in use today.