Country of Origin:
United States of America
The official camouflage pattern of grandma's couch.... disgusting!
The US Universal Combat Pattern was first adopted as the US Army's first digital pattern in 2004, during the height of operations in the Middle East as a modernized camoflauge pattern to work in all environments. Designed as a re-colour of the United States Marine Corps' MARPAT, it was intended for use in a variety of environments from urban, to the jungle, to the desert. It worked nowhere. Despite being the iconic "look" of the US Army soldier during the 2000s, and the defining look of the GWOT warrior, it was virtually all phased out by 2014 in the regular army. A lackluster decade of a service later, and a pretty lame pattern.
Sadly they even managed to screw up the UCP print on woobies as seen with these tragic examples of heavily faded woobies. The good news for you as that these excellent "woobie" poncho liners still haven't lost any of their comfort or functionality. Designed as the standard multi-purposed thick polyester poncho liner, it can double as a blanket liner just as easily as an invaluable piece of kit for camming up and being a super sneaky sniper type.
Measuring 60 inches by 70 inches, it is perfect as a small bedsheet or blanket for the outdoors. Given the extent of their fading, they are an ideal candidate for custom camouflage paints, dyes, or even reworking into various projects without breaking the bank!
All prices are in Canadian Dollars (CAD). We ship internationally!
Note: This product is in "Military Surplus Condition" and the extent of the faded camouflage pattern is reflected in the product description. Please refer to our Shipping and Return Policy for details.