The Afghanka Uniform is based on the last issue of M88 dress regulations by the Soviet Union. It's main distinct features is it's Khaki colour, which was specifically made to be worn by soldier's in arid regions, such as Afghanistan. It was first issued to Soviet troops in 1985.
The M88 cut is similar to the first pattern KGB Specodezhda cut uniform, and also somewhat similar to the Mabuta uniform used by the Spetsnaz in the early stages of the Afghanistan war.
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cut Afghanka uniform.
Production stamp from an Afghanka uniform.