The U.S. Military’s first official camouflage uniform was the ERDL (Leaf Camo), but the Tiger Stripe Camo was used unofficially first by both Vietnamese Soldiers and U.S. military personals.
These fabrics were all sourced locally or in the Asian area, and sewing of the garments were all locally sourced producing countless variations of each combat wear. The pull string on the zipper is made of red and yellow glass beads (South Vietnam Flag) with deerskin string all hand made.
- Hand Printed Camouflage Fabric
- 50s Talon Front Zipper
- Glass Bead Strap
- Made in Japan