New Mossy Oak Treestand Camo

Mossy Oak have launched a new camo pattern designed for …

… hardcore whitetail hunters who hunt from an elevated position. Treestand offers whitetail hunters the ideal camouflage solution for altering their silhouette among the bare limbs of a tree in late fall.

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The press release

Mossy Oak, the industry leader in camouflage design, is proud to introduce its newest pattern, Treestand, designed specifically for hardcore whitetail hunters who hunt from an elevated position. Treestand offers whitetail hunters the ideal camouflage solution for altering their silhouette among the bare limbs of a tree in late fall.

“Hunting whitetails from a tree is one of our favorite pursuits here at Mossy Oak,” said founder and CEO Toxey Haas. “If we took the time to add up all the hours that our staff has spent in a treestand over the years, we’d probably wonder just how anything gets done around here. But it is exactly that dedication to the sport that helps us bring you a pattern as effective as Treestand.”

Nearly 20 years ago, Mossy Oak introduced the original version of Treestand and revolutionized the way we look at camo by being the first to incorporate tree limbs into a pattern. Almost two decades later, Treestand now utilizes digital technology to exactly reproduce the details and subtleties of actual tree limbs laid over the neutral tones most commonly seen when looking up through bare trees.

“This pattern was specifically designed with the elevated hunter in mind,” said Butch English, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Mossy Oak. “Treestand is built to defeat the ‘deer’s eye view’ of looking up through the limbs of bare trees. Our new Treestand pattern is the ultimate camo for the over 12 million hunters that hit the woods each year in pursuit of whitetails.”

Looks alright.



Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • I really dig this new pattern. I will be looking for it next fall at Bass Pro.

    Regards,
    Sean
    http://everythinghunting-sean.blogspot.com/

  • AC

    RT AP is much more effective looking

  • Shawn B.

    I like the new lightness of it. Even though I have had great success with MO and MONBU, taking both deer and turkey within 15 yards, it always seemed just a little ‘dark’. It is hard to argue with success, so I have not switched brands and style. I’ll have to see it in person, but this offering might make me rethink my hunting wardrobe.

  • Cody

    Realtree AP does look more effective, but it only gets darker when you’re in the woods. I bought this camo a week ago because a guy told me that it only looks whitish in the store because it is absorbing light. so I bought it, I’ve hunted in pine trees, it turns greenish. I’ve hunted in oaks, it darkens to a brownish. AP looks more real, but Treestand actually seems to change color with it’s surrounds, it is the best camo ever made.

  • Robin

    I love this pattern, however, after recently purchasing it and hunting I noticed a marked fading of the design after just two washes. I compared it to a new set I had yet to wear, or wash, and the pattern obviously lost much of its definition.

    I used scent free wash and I always turn my camo inside out to launder. I was really disappointed by how much contrast and detail was missing after just the two washes.

  • Shawn B.

    The fading is not due to Mossy Oak or the Pattern. Fading is a result of the manufacturer and their printing/bonding process.

    If it was one of the lesser known brand names, they might not be using premium materials or manufacturing. There is something to be said in “you get what you pay for”.

    If it was Mossy Oak Apparel, Cabela’s, BPS, Scent-Lok, Scentblocker, Rocky, or any of the other reputable manufacturers.. give them a call. If you paid more, you should get what you paid for. *wink*

  • iv bought the tree stand camo 3d and i was wondering if that will fade also

  • HOPPER

    MOSSY OAK IS BY FAR THE BEST CAMO EVER MADE IN MY OPINION I HAVE EVER PATTERN FOR EVERY SEASON. THE TREESTAND PATTERN JUST PUT THE NAIL IN THE COFFIN FOR A BUNCH OF DEER IN THE WINTER HERE IN ARKANSAS.

  • M40

    All they’ve done here is to essentially counterfeit the research done by the folks at Crye Precision. They developed their own pattern, but based it entirely off the exact colors used in MultiCam (to get around any patent issues).

    Crye Precision’s studies revealed that the yellow-brown end of the spectrum reflected ambient lighting much better than any other colors. Ever noticed that there simply aren’t any green deer? You’d think that if green made for effective camouflage, that the woods would be crawling with green critters. In fact almost all mammals have evolved to colors in that yellow-brown portion of the spectrum. Outside of insects and other small creatures trying to mimic a single leaf, green simply doesn’t work.

    For the ultimate camouflage, check out MultiCam. It’s great stuff!