New Mossy Oak OGIO Gear Bags

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OGIO1OGIO is the production arm of Haas Outdoors’ officially licensed products, and Haas itself is home to products such as Mossy Oak. For hunters, late spring isn’t a moment too soon to begin planning for the upcoming fall hunts, and if new gear bags are on the list, OGIO has some new designs coming to round out those fall kits.

The new designs include bags, hydration packs, backpacks, and others fitting the hunting and sporting fields. Those products will be coming out in Mossy Oak Break Up, Break Up Infinity, and Break Up Country. Break Up Country, Mossy Oaks’ newest, will be available early on in the fall season. Blending in and having the ability to pack in what you need in a quality bag are important factors for all hunters, so the new OGIO line is bound to enjoy a good send-off when the weather starts to cool down come September.

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From OGIO:

OGIO, world class leader in gear bag design and innovation, has launched a line of Mossy Oak camo gear, travel, backpack, ATV, waterproof and hydration products into the hunting and sporting goods channel.

“At OGIO we strive to bring our customers products that provide better quality, function, innovation, capacity, organization, and fashion than found elsewhere in the market place,” said Nick Wright, OGIO Vice President Hunting/Camo Division. “We are excited to partner with Mossy Oak and launch a great assortment of gear bags, hydration, backpacks, travel and waterproof bags to the hunting/ sporting goods channel. We are confident that our warrantied products will provide the satisfaction our customers expect from our Brand.”

OGIO products come with a limited lifetime guarantee, which means they stand behind the quality of their product. OGIO’s differentiation aims to exceed customers’ expectations in features, organization, capacity and comfort.

The Mossy Oak OGIO bags feature Mossy Oak Break-Up® and Break-Up Infinity® with Break-Up Country™ coming early fall. Prices range from $55 to $270 and can be found at www.ogio.com as well as sporting goods retailers Sportsman’s Warehouse and Bass Pro Shops with more coming soon.

For more information, log on to www.ogio.com.



katie.ainsworth

Katie is an avid shooter, hunter, military journalist, and Southern girl. Firearms are her passion whether at the range or on a spot-and-stalk after a big buck. She’s a staff writer at The Firearm Blog and writes about guns, hunting, and the military for various publications both online and in print such as Outdoor Life, Handguns, and Shooting Illustrated. Shoot her a message at ainsworth.kat@usa.com


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  • Renegade

    That’s pretty neat. Hope they do well. Ogio is not a brand I would normally associate with outdoor gear.

  • Gareth Owen

    I have the OGIO Rig 9800 graffiti and although it’s good, I wouldn’t wholeheartily recommend one.

    I bought this because of the size, aluminium handle & plastic back.
    I wish it was a bit wider though, an extra 4″ in width would have been perfect.
    Very expensive for what you get, I wouldn’t buy again.

    Pros:
    Good padding
    Internal lid pockets
    Straps

    Cons:
    Heavy
    No side handles
    Internal divider very flimsy
    Zipper lock loops don’t inspire confidence
    Wobbly wheels