Since the beginning of World War I Battle Dress Uniforms have been isssued as utility, field, training or combat uniforms. They are not intended to be worn as all-purpose uniforms when other uniforms are more appropriate. BDUs may only be worn on duty when prescribed by the commanders. BDUs are not authorized for wear in establishments that primarily sell alcohol.
- BDU Pants, Woodland Camo€40.00In February 1967, a new camouflage uniform, based on the pattern devised in 1948 by the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Laboratory, was issued to special units of the U.S. Army in Vietnam. The U.S. Woodland Camouflage pattern is the most widely-recognised camouflage pattern in world. Learn More
- BDU Pants, Desert Camo€40.00Although the chocolate chip camouflage became well-known during the Gulf War, it was originally designed in 1962. The Army, believing that it might become necessary to intervene in the Arab-Israeli conflicts, developed a test pattern using the deserts of southwestern United States as a model. Learn More