Oi mate, need some Disruptive Pattern Material (DPM) gear?
This classic British camouflage pattern dates from the 1940s when it was first used for the smocks of the Parachute Regiment. In 1968 it was adopted for general use by the British armed forces.
These smocks are of heavier material than the field shirts, and are made to withstand cooler temperatures.
Measurements listed on sizes are from armpit to armpit.