The history of Rhodesian camouflage
With the launch of the product line from Helikon-Tex in Rhodesian camouflage, the company decided to put a spotlight on the camo for those that may not know where its roots came from. Check it out and gather some knowledge about it.
Rhodesian camouflage has its roots in Rhodesia, a British colony that later became Zimbabwe. It was the result of a desire to create a camouflage pattern inspired by the British Special Forces of World War II.
A brushstroke pattern quickly gained fame and was used by various forces, even reaching the competition for a new camouflage for the US Marine Corps.
Rhodesian camouflage is a disruptive pattern that breaks up the silhouette of a soldier, just like the Desert Night Camo and Tiger Stripe. Consists of large, contrasting brown and green spots placed on a dark, sandy background. Today, the Rhodesian Camo is a cult camouflage and a treat for military lovers.
Why choose Rhodesian camouflage?
- Famous and iconic pattern: Become part of history with a unique camouflage with an unusual origin.
- High camouflage stats: great for survival and airsoft lovers, tested in a forest environment.
- Versatility: perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, soldiers, and collectors.
- Modeled after the camouflage of the British Special Forces of World War II: feel the spirit of the elite units that made history.
- Unavailable in contemporary clothing: a unique design that you won’t get in regular stores.
- Stylish and impressive: stand out from the crowd with original camouflage.