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Winter uniform, Berkut, Blue tiger stripe

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This uniform was used by the Special Police Unit Berkut ("Golden Eagle"), disbanded in 2014. Heavily inspired by russian "OMON" uniforms, this suit consists of a pait of apron type-trousers with suspenders, and a bomber jacket. The trousers have 2 slash pockets sealed with a zipper each, integral suspenders, and a Mabuta type double leg cuff with a removable stirrup. They are integrally padded. The bomber jacket has 5 pockets, 2 on the waist for hand warming, 2 on the breasts, and one on the left arm, all sealed by zippers. There is fishfur collar and liner, both removable, and a deployable hood. Front is closed via one way zipper and snap buttoned storm flap. Both jacket and pats have belt loops on the waist.

This is the last variant of uniform used by Berkut, it uses the russian "Urban Tiger Stripe" camouflage and the fabric is a ripstop type. It also has "police" marked on the breast and back in white paint. Made by government contractor "Oltex" who still makes uniforms nowadays.
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