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Do you want to go to a game as a Taliban and you don't know how?

Have you got to go to your next milsim dresses Taliban? If you do not know very well how to do it, we will give a little information with which sereis admiration of the event.


This is an original cap of Indukush used by Afghans as well as by Pakistanis. The pakol became fashionable to take several men of the Northern Alliance and the warlords. The most famous of these was the General Massoud. In 2001 after the invasion of Afghanistan by US there was a massive influx of special forces from several Western countries. Some began to wear clothes from the country to go unnoticed among the civilian population, and one of the items that was adopted pakol.

This pakol is originally from Pakistan and is made of wool. It is a flexible cap and tube-shaped. The tube is wound on itself to go adjusting to the head (depending on the head will roll more or less) and go bestowing that aspect so characteristic.


This blanket is imported from Pakistan. It is made of wool and depending on the price will finish better or worse. In the short sides we can see some friezes, and finished in fringes. We can find a good variety of colors. Being wool provides a good coat. One way is by placing it above the shoulders and dropping it over the chest.


We can buy clothes typical Afghan or we can choose to make a mixture of military clothing. If we opt for the Afghan civilian clothing we can find the "Salwar Kameez", which is available in various colors and patterns (it is a long shirt without buttons) or pants "Perahan Tumbaan". You can also take the typical life jackets or vests typical Afghans. Long calls Kurta shirts are another good option.

All these civilian clothes can be combined with military clothing or Russian or American military accessories. The Soviet material is getting the requisitions that could make Russian soldiers killed or captured. It is best to get American Apparel woodland 80s or clothing OD green from the Vietnam conflict.

Text: Dinger (Unidad Atenea)

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