These smocks were produced immediately after the war, perhaps under a British contract (pending verification), to outfit Belgium’s paracommandos and were used immediately before the Moon and Balls and Brushstroke uniforms. They feature a hand-painted, grid-like camouflage pattern. Although clearly based on the British Denison Smock, the upper pockets are straighter, a feature that would carry over to some Moon and Balls smocks.
Design is based on the Second Pattern British Denison Smock, but the upper pockets are straighter than the British version.
The knit cuffs are a tailor modification and probably come from sock tops.
Brass Newey snaps like British First Pattern Denison Smock.
The half-zip length fly opening is closed by buttons (no zipper) that are similar to those on British denim battledress utlities.
Some of these smocks may have been used by the Belgian contingent in Korea.