Belgian Jigsaw Jump Smock - well worn

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Original 1960s Belgian Camo Jump Smock. 

Amazing wear with lots of repairs, definitely saw sone use in its day! 1967 dated tag. 

Belgium's indigenous and most long-lived camouflage design is the "jigsaw" pattern, seen below in its first incarnation (m/56). Introduced in 1956 and continuing in production with essentially the same features until the 1970s, this camouflage design again was generally restricted to use by elite units of the Belgian Armed Forces. The pattern consists of rusty earth, dark green and khaki green elements amidst smaller, black & white shapes. It is believed the design was primarily intended for use in Europe, although some stocks did reach Africa and even ended up in the hands of elite units from Belgium's former colonies such as Zaire. Most versions of this design were printed on a heavy canvas fabric.

25” Across chest and 30” Length. 



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