thanks for your advice
yeah my Russian reenactors (he is litlle bit interst on IDF) from indonesia said "remove the tags" he know that in Militaryphotos
could you give me the pics of Bet uniform, i mean from pics from all side an angle
and what is the material of that cloth ?
well it's litllle bid hard to find the material for my uniform, i mean for that colors
i searched in all of fabric distributor or tailor, they coulden't get the right colors for the material of cloth
well in my recent uniform i can get it for Rp250.000 or about u$25 heheheeheh
i search on Wikipedia for IDF stand for, then i saw the hebrew writing. So Tzva Hahagana LeYisra'elצְבָא הַהֲגָנָה לְיִשְׂרָאֵל
also known as IDF
Well l take it later ok.
i still on my vacation right now basicly the seller biker store made the replica of IDF orlite with the copy of MICH liner.
i don't know if is right or wrong but so far looks good from outside haha
I'm no expert, but about the holes and the hooks:
keep in mind that almost anything in the vest should be secured (to the vest) with ropes, cords, rubber strings and so on.
For instance: your knife, flashlight, water canteens, dressing kit, stick-lights, IR blinker, maps and so on, should be attached to your vest,
so when you crawl, run or move in thick vegetation, nothing will drop or fall.
Tie the safety cord into the holes and secure the items inside your vest.
Same purpose for the hooks, just use them for items you might want to detach and re-attach (such as your knife) afterwards.
Also, don't just tie your rope to the items, use elastics or isolierband to do it properly
Picture 1 & 2: Spaces behind mag pouches are for knives
Picture 3: The hooks are for tie-downs. Every single piece of equipment on an IDF soldier is tied down and double secured. We aren't fans of leaving behind equipment or leaving traces that we were there
Picture 4: I have no idea why only 1 pouch has a clip and one is velcro. I always asked the same question and nobody could answer. I prefer the plastic pouch, easier and faster to get the grenades in and out which is why i had them made that way on my custom vest. No special grenades go there. You'll see some vests have a larger pouch for smoke grenades
Picture 5: Again, holes and clips are for string and tie-downs
Picture 6: Correct, place to put glowsticks/ IR glowsticks
Picture 7: Never really got a good answer for this pouch either. I always put either rope or those army flashlights in there depending on what the mission was.