What’s In Style
Calling its latest pattern New Break-Up might have been an understatement on Mossy Oak's part.
**Mossy Oak’s New Break-Up **
Calling its latest pattern New Break-Up (upper right) might have been an understatement on Mossy Oak’s part. More than just new, it takes camouflage to another level. The old, flat Bottomland background is gone, and in its place is what looks like real bark. Mossy Oak then added drop shadows and photo-realistic leaves. The result looks almost three-dimensional.
Realtree’s new High Definition camouflage process is bringing the company’s popular patterns into focus. With the leaves and bark on its Hardwoods pattern so sharp, you might have trouble with squirrels running up your leg.