MAPA Camo Pattern Under Consideration For Polish Territorial Defence Forces

We’ve received a report that the MAPA camouflage pattern we shared back in 2012 is under consideration for adoption by Poland’s Territorial Defence Forces under project code name EICHENLAUB / “LI?? D?BU”. Developed by Mr. Maciej Dojlitko, MAPA (“map” in Polish), the pattern matches the terrain and vegetation of Poland.

9 Responses to “MAPA Camo Pattern Under Consideration For Polish Territorial Defence Forces”

  1. Eddie says:

    Considering Poland’s camouflage history, they’ll have some part of them adopt it.

  2. Stefan S. says:

    Polska, pierwszy walka!

  3. James says:

    Kinda reminds me of Optifade

  4. jjj0309 says:

    Looks amazing. I like the macro pattern.

  5. Strike-Hold says:

    I like how they say it matches the terrain and vegetation in Poland, yet in every photo it sticks out like a sore thumb. Plus it looks like disco camo. Pffft.

  6. Adun says:

    I think it is standing out more due to it being printed on polyester fabric and that seems to be the conclusion found on this page as well:

  7. Hell says:

    Gulys. It must stand out a little ob photos just to show it. Thwy have a FB page with much more photos. And it is printed on nyco

  8. Reinhardt says:

    A bit too dark and lacking contrast at least from the photos

  9. Press Office says:

    Dear Editor at Soldier Systems Daily.

    Wojska Obrony Terytorialnej (WOT) aka Territorial Defence Force are currently not looking for new camouflage pattern at the moment, neither testing or considering anything. The particular camouflage pattern shown in the pictures in this article is commercial enterprise.