The fabric is made of cotton yarns, which – when wet – spins and wrings itself. When this, the tissue becomes denser and no longer allows moistening.
The early modifications of the suit, in the form of overalls, were widespread during the 1979-1989 war in Afghanistan.
Basically the costume was used by the reconnaissance units and special purpose groups.
At the moment it is used in some of the regiments of the Airborne Troops and Boundary units.
The cropped jacket fastens with buttons. All al them, but the very top and bottom, are hidden with a flap. The jacket has two breast pockets, an internal waterproof pocket for documents, shoulder patch pockets, and the pocket for the pistol magazine on the forearm of the right sleeve. The flaps of all pockets are fastened with Velcro. The sleeve cuffs and shoulder straps – with buttons.
Outside, on the elbows of the jacket, additional insertions of the same material are sewn to increase durability.
At the level of the armpit and between the legs of the trousers there are ventilation insertions of mesh material.
The pants have belt loops and buttoned fly. On the front there are two trouser pockets, two patch pockets, on the knees – pockets for the “protective cushioning”, all the pockets are with Velcro. One the rear – one patch pocket, on the left thigh – one pocket for two flares, on the right thigh – a pocket for a knife with a flap on the rivets.
The lower part of the legs is with elastic bands, on the inside there are additional cuffs with the adjustment cords.