TTsKO (by russian TriTsvetnaia Kamuflirovannaia Odezhda)
In Ukraine the pattern called as dubok (little oak).
Camouflage woodland uniform officially called as "Summer Field Uniform". This pattern was originally developed by and issued to the Soviet Army since 1988. This is type of camo was introduced by order of the USSR Ministry of Defense in 1988. Was introduced in 1988 only for Airborne Force and Marine Infantry. After the dissolved of the USSR it was used by Ukraine and is still used in Ukraine Armed Force. Three-colored pattern with green base color, forest and arid variants. The nickname of this pattern is "dubok" (little oak). Pattern of this is camo type perfectly divides the silhouette of a man against the backdrop of vegetation - equally well with five steps, with one hundred meters as in summer as in winter. Jackets have 2 upper breasts pockets and 2 sleeve pockets. Pants have 2 front slant pockets.
Original military genuine item. Made on military contractor factory. Have a standard ink stamp.