FinAeros said:Another possible colour for the fatigues is something called "foliage green" which is a greenish-grey or a greyish-green colour. Relative saturation depends a lot on manufacturer, wear, age, and exposure.
Spartan117x said:Bringing up a dead topic because I can't make new topics
Does it not look like a woodland camo pattern?
If so, if anyone wants to experiment, try getting some Truspec (very important) brand woodland bdus.
Wash them, wear them and eventually they should start to fade.
I'm an airsofter and I've heard only bad things about Truspec and their ability to fade. So if anyone agrees that the BDU's of the marines are actually camo, then someone should experiment on the Truspec brand BDUs. It'd be nice to see a couple pictures of how much it actually does fade.
I agree they do have a similar look. and would work fine for any re-enactors.thefreeman said:boots
while not perfec tto the ingame boots, the ingame boots are probably based off these, these are the standard issue(before ACUs) combat boot. http://www.camo-store.com/infantry_combat_boots.htm you can probably pick them up at an army navy store for like $50. They're leather nylon and gortex, warm in the winter and they allow your feet to breathe in the summer, water resistant(unless you are standing in water for extended periods of time. only problem we ever had with them in the army, they dont take a shine as well as some other boots