Civilian product camouflage Beogum camouflage beret hunting gear repro

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It is probably old civilian hunting gear, presumably from around the Vietnam War. The camouflage pattern is similar to the U.S. Army's frogskin (commonly known as Dug Hunter) camouflage, which is also known as beogum. It was also worn by the early SF and Navy SEALs, but we do not know if this piece is from that time. We think this is a good item for substitute or daily use. For these reasons, we will be offering this item in the replica category. The color has faded to the extent that it seems slightly brighter. The fabric is originally roughly woven, so there are parts where the fabric is worn. The fabric is relatively thin. Some parts of the sewing may be a little rough, but these are product specifications.

Because it is a used product, returns are not possible. Please understand.

Size: 59 approx.

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