SHOT SHOW 2016: Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades Camo

On every single Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades camo pattern, each blade of grass was selected for its unique coloration and position to duplicate the grass edges found all over the country.

At SHOT Show 2016, there were many different types of new and exciting camouflage patterns on display. But none got the waterfowl hunters more pumped than the new Mossy Oak Grass Blades camo patterns.

With over 25 years of pattern development under their belt, Mossy Oak spent hours of photo taking a variety of different blades of grass along water edges and flooded fields. With each blade being more unique than the next, Mossy Oak decided that in the background of most pictures they took was thatch of dead or pressed down lesser grass.

SO, why not come up with an exact camo pattern to match the surroundings of most grass fields around the country.

SHOT Show 2016 was the best place to showcase the Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades camo pattern. The bright lights really made the blades of grass stand out against the dark background and you would almost swear it was the real thing!

Under the bright light's at SHOT Show 2016, we saw that each blade of grass is in a natural position with shadows falling across each other on a thatch background.

The thatch background with its small grass moving from light to dark spots creates the depth and distance from the larger blades to give Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades a realistic, 3D appearance and superior ability to break up a hunter's outline. Giving you, the hunter, the ultimate advantage when it really matters.

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