From the very mysterious AOR1 or so called DG2 tested firstly by the ST6 members also known as DEVGRU, the first time I saw this pattern I thought it was just normaly like the marines digital bdu but once I look into the details, I found out the color has slightly different and the SEALs are using the combat suit was made by Crye Precision for testing purpose in desert warfare. I once saw the CP DG2 uniform for auction on ebay, just the shirt alone will cost about 800 USD, the price was so crazy and I could not spend that much just for a shirt.

Later on, I was told that the SEALs bought 1100 sets of the HPFU instead of the CP version, even though there was no photos that SEALs were using that time but I still belive the source that SEALs were using this bdu set as for their combat missions. So I decide to order them since last year november but I only get my hands on only one set after 4 month of waiting. I waited so long and almost even forgot about it.





When I just received the set of the uniform and my bill the same time,  from the outside look I cant belive how expensive this bdu set is, later on when I open the packaging , I realize why this unifrom is so expensive, now take a look at the pic below all the pockets on the shirt and pants all have the ” Integrated Tourniquet System”  the whole set comes with 8 pieces of theIntegrated Tourniquet System and the shirt may also look simple but it also have the fire resistance function.

After checking more about this uniform set, I realize this is not just normal bdu in the market, the worksmanship is really detail and comes with strong and holding stiches in every part of the uniform, it is so complicated that I think to make this set labor fee must be really higher then all others in the market.

“Integrated Tourniquet System”




More info from defense tech about this uniform: http://www.defensetech.org/archives/004495.html


KEY WEST, Fla. (April 28, 2009) A Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman (SWCC) assigned to Special Boat Team (SBT) 20 navigates a rigid-hull inflatable boat while SEALs from a West Coast based SEAL team board a yacht for a scene in the upcoming Bandito Brothers production titled ¨I Am That Man? due in theaters in 2010. SWCC operate and maintain the Navy’s inventory of state of the art, high-speed boats in support of special operations missions worldwide. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Kathryn Whittenberger/Released)


13 responses

  1. Marcus Intallex

    So this is a Blackhawk BDU?

    May 8, 2009 at 10:26 AM

  2. SilentPro


    May 8, 2009 at 10:49 AM

  3. weirdrajah

    Hi Im one of favorite reader for this blog from japan…
    I got this one(BHI HPFU) from states and Do you think this BHI HPFU will be only team 6 uniform or all for seals?

    June 2, 2009 at 3:52 AM

    • SilentPro

      Thank you for the comment. There are few photos that SEALs are using the BHI pants.

      October 12, 2010 at 3:31 PM

  4. SilentPro

    I think not only ST6 but many SEAL operator use them in the desert.

    Thank you

    June 2, 2009 at 6:01 PM

  5. Rio

    Thats good to hear :)
    which mean I didnt waste the money!!
    well currently am doing airsoft as ST10 operator..
    and wearing HPFU Degital Desert with Vletye Hugger
    friend say “it doesn’t looks real” so was just wondering any possibilities and I can beat the word which some friends said to me hehehe


    June 4, 2009 at 1:31 AM

  6. 瘋狗


    July 14, 2009 at 8:54 AM

  7. SilentPro

    yes it is~:)

    July 17, 2009 at 4:15 PM

  8. Joe

    It’s Marines. With a capital M.

    September 11, 2009 at 5:18 PM

  9. SilentPro

    I only know SEALs with captital.

    September 16, 2009 at 10:19 AM

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  11. Alex

    What knee pads are compatible with the cuts in the pants and shirt?

    December 12, 2010 at 12:12 AM

    • SilentPro

      You can use the 5.11 knee pads or you can cut it your own. hope it helps. Thank you

      December 14, 2010 at 5:22 AM

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