The TAZ 90 (TarnAnZug in German and TASS 90 in French) is the camouflage pattern for modern standard issue battledress and service dress uniform of the Swiss Armed Forces.
The TAZ 90 was issued to the Swiss military in 1993 after the TAZ 83 had been phased out of service. ETH Zurich played a role in its creation, since the pattern was made to suit the Swiss environment.
The four-colour pattern consists of tan, brown, green and black and is a development of the Taz 57 and Taz 83 (the “Alpenflage”) patterns which it replaced in the early 1990s. The pattern is based on the alpenflage, minus the white spots and the red colour found in the alpenflage, and a few other minor changes.
Small and compact, this phone wallet adds a splash of style to daily errands. It comes in one size (7.5″ x 4.9″) and features an extendable faux leather strap (29.6″ to 51.2″). Two main compartments have a flip-up cover—one for a phone and three hidden ones for regular size cards. Made from high-grade microfiber leather, it will stay sturdy for ages.
.: Material: 100% high-grade faux leather
.: One size: 7.5″ × 4.9″ × 1″ (19cm × 12.5cm × 2.5cm)
.: Detachable, adjustable faux leather strap (29.6″ to 51.2″ (75cm to 130cm))
.: 2 main flip-up compartments with 1 pocket and 3 hidden card slots
.: Black microfiber leather back
.: Lightweight and compact
|7.5″ × 4.9″ × 1″|