The “Stair step” pattern on this jacket is meant to mimic light shining through foliage, and was NOT designed by computer.  It is a derivative of TTsMKK pattern available since WW2.

Sample 1:

Jacket is named but has no legible internal markings. 

Area behind collar has buttons for hood to attach to.

Pockets:

Upper chest pockets are actually 2 small compartments, not big bellows pocket and has red synthetic reinforcement material.

Bottom Pockets:

Arm Pockets:

Long velcro strip on arm pocket makes it hard to open arm pockets quickly; velcro arrangement is similar to that on chest pockets on Rhodesian 1st Pattern SAP Jacket

Waist:

Waist is elasticated.

Buttons:

Hammer and Sickle on larger buttons.

Usage Photo:

Summer 1990: Igor Orekhov (center) after returning from Sukhumi [Georgia]. Left: Commander of Group A of the KGB of the USSR [“Spetsnaz” Alpha Group], Hero of the Soviet Union Viktor Karpukhin. (from http://www.specnaz.ru/articles/243/21/2562.htm).