This pattern is “Type J” and is supposed to be a copy of a vertical lizard pattern originating from a Middle Eastern Country, possibly Egypt, Syria, or similar.

SADF Cut Items:

SADF Cut Jacket #1

Similar cut to standard 32 Battalion jacket.  Made of cotton twill material. 

Arm Pockets:

Chest Pockets:

Cuffs:

Inside:

Waist adjustment drawstring goes to outside through button hole.

Tag:

Paper “Copy” tag removed.  Medium size.

SADF Cut Jacket #2

Same as SADF Cut Jacket #1, but mint condition. 

Tags:

Size and paper tags are intact.

Exact Copy:

Shirt:

This is an exact copy of the shirt sometimes worn by insurgents. It is made from the same cotton twill materials as the SADF cut items shown above.

Tag:

Minimal tags and markings, like all exact copy items.

Buttons:

Inside:

Cuffs:

Trousers:

Markings:

Also has minimal markings. The hand-written numbers likely correspond to the waist size (first 2 digits) and inseam (last 2 digits), like the exact copy Strichtarn trousers, which these pants share a similar cut with.

Pockets:

Fly:

Button fly.

Ankles:

Original Item:

Type J was probably based on this pattern worn used by SWAPO (Namibia), here worn by Cde. Sam Nujoma.  

From http://www.swapoparty.org/second_biography_for_cde_nujoma_out_in_may.html

Color Balanced Swatch:

From SADF Cut Jacket #1.