U.S. Vietnam War Mitchel Vine Leaf Pattern Jungle Camouflage

Product Description

The roots of Mitchell Vine leaf pattern began during the Korean War, the pattern was developed in the early 50s and first saw use in 1953. The reversible pattern followed the footsteps of M1942 Frog Skin, green leaf ‘tropical’ pattern and a brown cloud “Fall” pattern on the reversed side. The iconic helmet cover pattern was first issued in 1959 and was used by troops throughout the Vietnam War. This camo was produced in shelter halves as well, troops would have in country made items manufactured with the material. Such items like, Patrol Caps, Jungle Hats, OG107 style Pants, Tops, and even M65 Jackets! The close up featured helmet cover is unissued, 1964 dated, and has the original packing folds! Absolutely MINT!
Item photo list:
2 Vietnam War era M1 helmets, Various Dates.
M56 Canteen Cover dated 1963 with 1965 dated canteen.
Vietnam War Era Claymore Bag with instructions sheet legible.
LC1 Early 1973 dated Gear belt.
1972 dated Panama sole Jungle Boots size 11R.
1975 dated Pilot Survival Knife with Sheath.
1963 dated tropical field cap.
1985 dated PRC-77 Radio Mic.
1969 dated 4th Pattern Special Forces Jungle Top Size M-R.
1967 dated GP “Greeser” pouch.

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