ACU Digital Reversible Cotton Web Belts

$5.15 - $5.70
748 Belts
This digital camouflage pattern replaced the traditional woodland pattern. Here it is in a camo/khaki and camo/tan reversible belt.

In June 2004, the Army officially unveiled its new combat uniform designed with the input of Army NCOs and tested by Stryker Brigade Soldiers in Iraq since October 2003. Designed for desert, woodland, and urban terrain, 31 changes were made from head to toe. It was the first major change to the Army's combat uniform since BDUs were introduced in the early 1980s. The U.S. Army adopted an updated "digital camouflage" pattern to replace the traditional woodland pattern. It is "digital" because much of the design was done on a computer and, unlike other camouflage patterns, it is blocky and appears almost pixilated.