Trolling through the ISAF Media Flickr account, I found some photos of the new Spanish desert camo pattern uniforms in use in Afghanistan.
* UPDATE *Thanks to the link supplied by Zote, here are some additional, close-up photos of the uniform and camo pattern. As you can see, its not really “pixilated” – it just has squared off edges.
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More pictures from the new spanish pattern.http://fauerzaesp.org/foro/viewtopic.php?p=182685&sid=3794792562091590d2372ec7f5cf15fdAs Miguel stated the new woodland pattern is just hideous.
The general consensus here is that the Spanish Army missed an opportunity to introduce real advances in the combat uniforms. Despite the ministry’s original instructions of getting ‘pixelated’ uniforms in a wider, more comfortable cut (the old uniforms are spandex-like tight), what they did as produce a poorly modified Multicam-esque pattern (apparently without permission from Crye) and square some edges so they could say it is a pixelated uniform. Also, they kept the tight cut, just for the hell of it. As I said, a missed opportunity. And don’t get me started on the woodland pattern. The horror…
is it me or does the top left pic look like the old yank choc chip on the body armour? Also I cant see the multicam in it really
It is. US “Choc-Chip” was what the Spaniards have been using up til now.
…and then threw in a bit of pixelation for good measure.
The general consensus of opinion is that it is not a direct copy of MultiCam but does clearly appear to have been influenced by it.
It seems to be a Desert variant of the Multycam , am I correct???