Israel is one of only a few countries whose military doesn't use camouflaged combat uniforms.
Instead their army uses camouflage meshes as helmet covers, tarps and oversuits. The pattern is reversible and consists of three colors and an overprint made of bright dots.
The IDF "universal" series of camouflage designs are mottled patterns printed on a textured synthetic dense mesh material. The patterns were first introduced as the Mit'znefet
(helmet net), but are also issued at a two piece uniform consisting of smock and over-trousers, OTV cover and mask. The standard oversuit and helmet cover reverse from a temperate/woodland colorway to a desert version. There is also an urban colorway.