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Limited Edition Camo Pattern - Current Pattern July 2022 - Chocolate Chip Camo

John Wilde

Posted on July 05 2022

Limited Edition Camo Pattern - Current Pattern July 2022 - Chocolate Chip Camo

Known alternately as “Six Color Desert Camouflage,” “Chocolate Chip Camo,” or “Cookie Dough Camo,” this pattern was used by the Army and other branches in the 1980s to mid 1990s. It was initially designed in 1962 under concerns that the United States might possibly have to intervene in the various conflicts between Israel and their surrounding Arab neighboring countries. First issued to select US Army units, including the 101st Airborne in 1981, it was issued until 1992.

The Marine Corps used Six Color Desert Camo from 1982 until 1995, while the Air Force issued it from 1982 until 1993. The Navy used the pattern as their desert camouflage option from the early 80s until the mid 90s and the Coast Guard adopted it in 1985. Six Color Desert Camo was eventually replaced with the DCU pattern, (also known as “3 Color Desert Camouflage”) but wasn’t ready in time for the Persian Gulf War, therefor Chocolate Chip Camo was used widely throughout that conflict.

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We are brining in hard to find camo fabric and our inventory of these patterns will constantly change.

These camo patterns will be offered only as long as our fabric supply lasts.

In an attempt to serve everyone, we will be offering our most popular gear items in these patterns on a per-order basis. When the fabric is gone, it's gone and we will stop the order process for that particular pattern.

We anticipate brining in a wide variety of different patterns and we encourage you to check back regularly to see what the pattern is.

To order, visit our Limited Edition page for the items offered.

We understand the photos may not be of the gear in the Limited Edition Camo pattern. The photos are representative of the design, not the pattern. Every effort will be made to upload photos of the gear in the pattern. With very limited stock the gear may be already out of stock before photos can be taken.

If you see one of our items not listed that you would like made in the current Limited Edition Camo Pattern, send us an email and we will do our best to accommodate you.

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