Iranian vertical brushtroke camo
The Iranian vertical brushstroke camouflage was first introduced in the 1970's under the Shah, and likely got its origins from Israeli French lizard camo smocks, as the Shah had good relations with Israel during this time. Regardless, this pattern was first used by Navy Commandos and later by the Basij volunteer force and other elements of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard after the 1979 revolution. There are a plethora of different shades, materials, and colors based on who manufactured it, but all incorporate long vertical "brushstrokes" in varying colors on a tan or light greenish background. While we only have a pair of pants, it should give an idea of what this pattern looks like for now.