Russian "BTK" desert field cap, surplus
Today the Russian army is all fine and modern, and when you gaze upon these desert clothes, you instantly know why they drink so much. Now available a small batch of current issue Sovi-, agh, we always get it wrong, Russian stuff used today in Syria! Ugly as fuck! Wonderful!
The "BTK" series field uniform clearly has its heritage in the late Soviet era Afganka uniforms, which were actually quite modern. A part of the uniform is this bog standard cap. Of course in Russia the concept of soldiers wearing a bog standard cap is quite new, however they did include a traditional metal cockade on the forehead to offset this (cockade not always included). Now depending on the perspective of the viewer, these are either ruined or vastly improved with the pinkish scheme not unlike a pig's skin. No wonder, this is what the Russians call the uniform - 'piggy'.
Used and rarely washed, just like Russian stuff usually is. Because of the beautiful colour, any stains or dirt show up pretty well. These are however intact. Selling these to the civilian market is of course forbidden, but for the right amount of roubles an enterprising storeman could maybe lose them.
Russian "BTK" desert shorts, surplus
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Austin . 06.11.2018