Officially the wz68 Moro Ludowe Wojsko Polskie (LWP) pattern, the Polish Army "Worm" pattern was introduced in 1968 and saw service well into the 1980s as a general-purpose pattern. Also known as "Green Moro," this was an army pattern consisting of dense dark grey "Worm" shapes over a grey-green field. Several styles of uniform were produced, including a winter version and a special purpose uniform for airborne and reconnaissance personnel. This example was used by a Polish parachutist, during the Cold War /Warsaw Pact membership era in Poland's armed forces history. From DBen collection. Information from Camopedia.
|Jackets & Shirts|
|Armpit to Cuff||25.5|
|Armpit to armpit||23.5|
|Collar to hem||32"|
|Collar to Cuff||31"|
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