CADPAT - Canadian Disruptive Pattern
It is a digital camoflage pattern created and used by the Canadian Army. There is CADPAT-TW (Temperate Woodland), and CADPAT-AR (Arid Regions)
It has been adopted by the Marines and made into their own pattern, Marpat
. The digital pattern works very well.
CADPAT breaks up the pattern in the bush, providing better camoflage.
The original digital camo, which was quickly ripped off by the americans...
Canadian : hey look at this! I made digital camo its hard to see and invisible to night vision goggles.
American 1 : hey we have a large military to compensate for our tiny penises! we need something like that
American 2: hey I stole some cadpat lets recolor and call it marpat adn tell teh world we invented it even though theres a 3 year difference!
A pathetic imitation of Marpat and the US Army multipurpose digital camo. The Canadian uniforms always manage to look crapier and inferior to ours. Then again I wouldn't expect too much of them to start with.
Lester the Canadian Soldier: Hey look at my imitation Marpat. This Cadpat will look great when I go to Tim Horton's to buy my maple syrup products.
Joe the Marine: That's so cute. If you guys up there ever have to do some serious fighting outside of the coffee shop you can borrow my Marpat and do it in style.