Good looking people need good looking camo. So it stands to reason that the Swedish should have the sexiest army attire. Inspired by the Splittermuster (German for splinter- pattern), this disruptive design of hard-edged polygons was developed by the Germans in the late 1920s, and deployed by the Swedes on clothing, vehicles and parachutes for its effectiveness in the forests of Scandinavia. Our version, with its bright orange highlights, is hardly inconspicuous but we reckon Ludvig would love it.
Cycling apparel and war aren't obvious bunk bedfellows, but this is camo gone crazy. The Australians among you will know the Barmy Army as the fanatical-travelling, trumpet-blowing cheer squad that follow the English cricket team to our fair shores every few years. Well, we took their name for motivation, left any further analogies to English cricket at the oval and went about our business of creating army-inspired fatigues finding our in influence from the mods and rockers of 1960s to the Russian Revolution's Red Army.