A reproduction of WWII-era M44 Peadot camouflage field jackets. The Erbsenmuster pattern was worn by Waffen-SS troops from 1944-45. Some made its way into Hungarian People's Army and other Eastern Bloc nations' stocks postwar. Eventually these garments were worn out and discarded.
Curiously, evidence has popped up of SS Peadot being worn by US and Korean troops during the Korean War. Surplus German Peadot camouflage jackets and pants were worn by members of Task Force Kirkland, a joint American and Korean anti-communist guerrilla force. See attached photos.
4 Front Pockets
Steel pebbled hollow back buttons
Internal bandage pouch