New Pattern From Mossy Oak: Shadow Grass Blades

Building on a history of leading edge waterfowl patterns beginning with Bottomland®, through Shadow Grass® and on to Duck Blind®, Mossy Oak® Brand Camo is proud to introduce all new Shadow Grass® Blades™.

Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades

“As waterfowl hunting has continued to evolve with more grass and field edge ‘duck holes’ being utilized, we decided the missing link was a pure grass pattern,” said Larry Moore, Director of Research and Development. “Our field research of waterfowl environments revealed grasses with varying color, position and condition. Each BLADE was unique in itself.”

Shadow Grass Blades features a precise arrangement of individual blades of grass, whether windblown, broken or bent, onto a background of thatch consisting of lesser or dead grass, to create the perfect pure grass pattern. Carefully placed shadows from the main grass arranged atop the thatch, which incorporates light to dark spots as seen in nature, creates depth that gives Shadow Grass Blades a realistic 3D appearance and superior ability to break up a hunter’s outline.

“With over 25 years in pattern development, we’re never satisfied with ‘good enough,’ and that drive has resulted in the development of what we consider to be the single most effective waterfowl pattern ever introduced,” said Chris Paradise, Sr. Vice President and Chief Sales Officer. “Mossy Oak has always focused heavily on the needs of the waterfowler, because just about all of us love waterfowl hunting ourselves. We believe Shadow Grass Blades is the waterfowl pattern you’ve been waiting for.”

Shadow Grass Blades will be available on a variety of waterfowl products and at retailers nationwide this fall. For more information, log on to www.mossyoak.com.

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One response to “New Pattern From Mossy Oak: Shadow Grass Blades

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