The Woodland Pattern, also known as 4 Color Woodland, was the default camouflage pattern. It is a high contrast disruptive pattern with irregular markings in sand, brown, green and black. Woodland pattern is identical to ERDL, but is printed from an enlargement of the original.
MultiCam is a camouflage pattern. Variants of it, some unlicensed, are in use with armed forces. The pattern is also sold for civilian usage. It has background colors of a brown to light-tan gradient and lime green blending in between, the main part consists of green to yellowish green gradient and finally dark brown and light pinkish blotches spread throughout the pattern. This allows for the overall appearance to change from greenish to brownish in different areas of the fabric, while having smaller blotches to break up the bigger background areas.
Digital Camouflage Pattern
Digital Camouflage Pattern is a type of camouflage combining micro- and macro patterns.The function is to provide military camouflage over a range of distances, or equivalently over a range of scales, in the manner of fractals. Not all multiscale patterns are pixellated, and not all pixellated patterns work at different scales, so being pixelated does not of itself guarantee improved performance.
Khaki, a light shade of yellow-brown. Khaki is a loanword incorporated from Hindustani (meaning "soil-colored"). Khaki has been used by many armies around the world for uniforms, including camouflage.
It is described as a "dull olive-green colour", widely used as a camouflage color for uniforms and equipment in the armed forces. As a solid color, it is not as effective for camouflage as multiple-color camo schemes, though it is still used by many countries' military accessories.
Material: Oxford Cloth
Capacity: 30L; Dimensions: (9.45 x 8.66 x 16.53)
It belong to internal framed pack,can make balance,double shoulder straps are adjustable
Great for traveling, hiking, camping , etc
Suitable Groups: Unisex