WW2 German Oak Camo Torso
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Eichenlaubmuster (Also known as Oak Leaf Pattern or Dapple camouflage) was a type of camouflage used by SS units during autumn/winter engagements of the war. This was one of the most popular patters for mid-late war. There were two variants, Oak A (pictured) which started in 1941, and Oak B which started in 1943. Both were nearly identical, but Oak B featured thin dark borders around the highlighting spots. Garments and caps were almost always reversible, with spring/summer on the reverse side. Many camouflage uniforms, over-trousers, parkas, caps, helmets etc would feature this print, so you could use these torsos for a broad range of troops from mid-late war for your infantry or panzer SS divisions.
CUSTOM PRINTED TORSOS AT UNITED BRICKS
United Bricks is proud to announce this custom printed WW2 double sided torso. This design is made exclusively for United Bricks and is high quality UV printed, this means it will not rub off or fade as it is highly durable. Each one is printed here in the UK at United Bricks HQ to the highest quality which will allow them to be treasured for years to come.
This product is not a toy. Not intended for use by persons 14 years of age or younger.