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Embroidered patches have come a long way. While their roots can be traced back to the thread-stitched fabric decorations of various ancient cultures, their modern American military use reportedly began during World War I and became commonplace by World War II. Originally used to designate units within the different branches, patches nowadays are used for everything from identification to good ol’ fashioned in-jokes. This issue’s collection exemplifies this range in aesthetics.

Make: Grey Group Training
Patch: Weak Sauce Tab
Colorway: N/A
MSRP: $5
URL: store.greygrouptraining.com

Make: Mil-Spec Monkey
Patch: Harden Up
Colorway: Desert, Multicam (shown), Forest, ACU-Dark, ACU-Light, SWAT
MSRP: $5
URL: www.milspecmonkey.com

Make: Geissele Automatics
Patch: Large G Patch
Colorway: N/A
MSRP: $3
URL: www.geissele.com

Make: ECHO NiNER
Patch: Air Combat Photographer
Colorway: ACU, Urban Red, Multicam
MSRP: $6
URL: www.eniner.com

Make: Mil-Spec Monkey
Patch: What Now!
Colorway: ACU-Dark, ACU-Light, Desert, Multicam (shown), Forest, SWAT
MSRP: $5
URL: www.milspecmonkey.com

Make: Mil-Spec Monkey
Patch: That Guy
Colorway: Desert (shown), Multicam, Forest, ACU-Dark, ACU-Light, SWAT
MSRP: $5
URL: www.milspecmonkey.com