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When was SloCam first introduced?
When Slovenia broke away from Yugoslavia in 1991, one of the first things the newly independent country did was redesign its battle dress uniform. Up until that time, the military in Slovenia wore BDUs in Yugoslav M87, a mimetic oakleaf pattern. This was replaced by Slovenia’s own version of Yugolsav M87, which it called M91 and which consisted of a slightly different colour scheme (there was also an adaptation rolled out in 2005 for use in desert environments, such as those in Afghanistan).
SloCam—short for Slovenia Camouflage and today officially known as M12—was introduced in 2012-13. Initially it was used by NATO-partnered Special Operations Forces. A short time later it became standard-issue for the Slovenian army.
Are MultiCam and SloCam related?
If you compare them side-by-side, it’s fairly obvious that SloCam and Multicam have little in common other than the distinctive shapes of the pattern—the drawing style, in other words. Slocam uses mainly Macro and Midi elements.In a direct comparison with MultiCam you can find the shadings and transitions between the colors as Crye produced them with MultiCam, but you do not find them as often.
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