Lydias, the Australian company behind the Army’s uniforms, has just unveiled a new series of uniform designs for 2020, aimed at helping the Army become more efficient.
It’s the first time the company has put out a uniform design since it introduced the new Army Uniform in 2021.
Lydias is keen to show its customers what it can do, which is why it’s releasing new uniforms in six new sizes, including for the new military.
“It’s a new look and it’s a really exciting time for the Army,” said Lydistics chief executive Andrew Moore.
The uniforms look like they could be from a futuristic sci-fi movie.
They’re all grey, with a military grey trim, and they’re a bit more streamlined and streamlined, which are great things to do for the organisation.
“They’re also great for us, they’re great for the public, they’ve got great appeal and we’re really excited to see how the uniform design evolves in 2020.”
The new Army uniform is the first to incorporate a range of new technologies.
There are new uniforms with new materials and materials used in the design process.
There are three new colour schemes.
They’ve been made from fabric that has been produced in the UK, a process that’s been done to help improve its efficiency, as well as a new manufacturing process that has reduced the cost of materials.
“The process is also a lot more efficient than it was before, it’s now cheaper to produce the material,” Moore said.
And while the Army uniforms are still only available in a handful of colours, Lydlas is keen that customers see them in more than one colour.
“Customers are going to love the fact that we’re doing something different.
They’ll love the new look,” he said.
The new uniforms are currently available for sale through Lydesis online store.
But Lydasia is hoping that customers will start to shop their own, by visiting the company’s online store and ordering from the UK.
For the first few months after the new uniforms go on sale, customers will be able to order the uniform from Lydades store, but as the uniform becomes more popular, Lythias plans to launch the uniform directly to customers.
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