I recently received news from Sabre (www.sabre-shop.de) that they’ve released the upgraded Generation II versions of their outstanding Special Forces and Sniper smocks and trousers – currently only available in authentic German 5-colour temperate and 3-colour tropical camouflage patterns. Meanwhile, they still have some stocks of their full Gen.I range in several different camouflage patterns, including the recently adopted 3-colour Desert pattern (Wuestentarn).
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Maybe you are right. You can see here in this pic the camo in woodland version:http://img207.imageshack.us/img207/9724/boscoso1.jpg
This last it’s so close to new and fres spanish camo desert (it’s be issued this year). You can see here:http://www.imagenonline.com/img_a116280.jpg
Not really – the German Desert camouflage is a derivative of Flecktarn / Tropentar with colours influenced by Canadian Arid CADPAT. The new Spanish trial patterns appear to have been influenced more by MultiCam.