M. In 1986. wind and waterproof characteristics. On the small labels indicating the size of the jackets one can notice sometimes the year of fabrication: 1987. The camouflage pattern is UNIQUE. intelligence staff and border guards. In 1968 there was introduced another coveralls model intended for paratroopers. L and XL They are intended for the following height range: from 167 cm . The legs and sleeves ends with another regulation piece.70 inches). and the model was employed for a short time only. two small pockets on the waist and two bigger just under them. The pattern is of the splinter type. The first camouflage uniforms used in the Bulgarian communist army are the camouflage coveralls M1953 with a splinter pattern. according to the army trend at the time. worn by paratroopers. For that purpose. This type of coveralls is characterized by the socalled “frog” pattern. appearing for the first time on the market. two big pockets on the breasts. at the beginning of the 1960s there was sewn a very small number of camouflage uniforms like one of the jacket models we offer.BULGARIAN PARATROOPER CAMOUFLAGE FROG SUIT COVERALL The only communist camouflage dressing used in Bulgarian army in the period '50s '80s were this type suits. It has a hood. landing troops and some high-ranking officers. Bulgarian Camouflage History The camouflage uniforms in the Bulgarian communist army are rare to find and are intended to be used at training demonstrations by paratroopers. This uniform was to serve the needs of the elite forces when necessary but it was not that widely employed in the Bulgarian communist army either.178 cm ( from 65 . there was introduced a camouflage uniform of 2 parts: jacket with pants with the splinter pattern. . imitating the DDR uniform. At the same time there started to be employed another camouflage coveralls: with yellow (rain like) pattern. These coveralls were the only available camouflage uniform up to the 1980s. now you have the chance to complete your collection! The costume is made of light material. airborne and special parts troops. There is a regulation strap on the waist. Extremely rare ever before. After the Warsaw pact there occurred the necessity of modern camouflage uniform for the special forces and paratroopers. This is one of the four type camouflage pattern used in Bulgarian army during the communist era. Available Sizes: S.

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