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Original Soviet Early Cold War 1950s 1944 Pattern TTsMKK Tri-Color Disruptive Camouflage Masking Suit Coveralls - Size Large

Regular price $395.00

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. Entering service later in the war (1944) was the tritsvetnyi makirovochnyi kamuflirovannyi kostium or TTsMKK uniform, printed in a unique three-color disruptive camouflage. It has been suggested that the pattern was developed by the Soviets to thwart German infrared night vision devices that began appearing in early 1944. The overlapping pattern of dark green and foliage green on a yellow-tan base incorporated a "stair step" concept that would classify many Soviet designs for years to come. As with the earlier uniforms, the same MKK/MK style uniforms were issued in this pattern, generally reserved for reconnaissance, sniper & border units during the war and into the 1950s.

This example is a size large and will fit a 6' man. It is constructed of cotton and offered in very good condition. No visible markings.

Approximate Measurements:
Collar to shoulder: 11.5"
Shoulder to sleeve: 24”
Shoulder to shoulder: 20”
Chest width: 25"
Waist width: 27"
Front length: 58"
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