The most handsome camouflage baby carrier in the world
"Camouflage" must be indispensable in men's wardrobes. Originally used in military camouflage, it has now become a mainstream fashion element, symbolizing masculinity, heroism, and frankness of men. QuokkaJoy has specially selected USA military camouflage pattern fabrics exclusively designed by Crye Precision (CP). The stylish fabric pattern shows your trendy parenting attitudes.
The common camouflage prototype we have now comes from the woodland pattern that was used as the default camouflage pattern issued to the United States Armed Forces from 1981, with the issue of the Battle Dress Uniform. It is a four-color, high contrast disruptive pattern with irregular markings in sand, brown, green and black. However, in World War I, long-range artillery and observation from the air combined to expand the field of fire, and camouflage was widely used to decrease the danger of being targeted or to enable surprise. As such, military camouflage is a form of military deception. In 1909 an American artist and amateur zoologist, Abbott Thayer published a book, Concealing-Coloration in the Animal Kingdom, which was widely read by military leaders, though his advocacy of countershading was unsuccessful, despite his patent for countershading submarines and surface ships. Military camouflage patterns have been popular in fashion and art from as early as 1915. And nowadays it even dominates the men’s fashion runway. The trend indicates our belief that as a husband and father, every man becomes a warrior to protect the one he loves.