Rhodesian Brushstroke is a camouflage pattern issued to members of the Rhodesian Security Forces in 1965. It was the default camouflage appearing on battledress of the Rhodesian Army and British South Africa Police. Rhodesian Brushstroke is currently used by the Zimbabwe National Army.
All Hopper covers are sewn with matching color thread and black bias. Made from a custom fabric called SRF, a foam with polyester laminated to both sides. All hopper covers can be flipped inside out for an all black cover. Newer generations will have black thread on the inside.