Real Tree vs. Mossy Oak

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Real Tree vs. Mossy Oak

Why wear camouflage if it’s not Real Tree? Whether you find yourself in a deer stand or in a duck blind, Real Tree camouflage is your best bet for staying hidden from the critters. Its unique patterns seem to blend right in with its surroundings, unlike Mossy Oak where you seem to stick out like a sore thumb. No matter what situation you find yourself in, there’s a certain camouflage pattern that works best, just like there are certain tools for certain jobs.

Deer hunters; Real Tree’s AP is the pattern for you! AP stands for, “All Purpose” and it certainly lives up to its name. With this pattern you will blend into any surrounding at any time of the day and any time of the year. The unique design of this pattern is open, neutral, and highly realistic. The hazy back ground elements and over-lapping tree limbs give this pattern an amazingly realistic three dimensional effect. The light, gray neutral base colors blend right into open or even rocky terrain. It has natural elements like mixed pine and hardwood limbs such as gum and oak trees that match most forests anywhere. Mossy Oak’s, “go to” pattern for deer hunting is called Mossy Oak New Break-Up Infinity. “Long name, little results in the field.” This pattern is pretty good, that is if all you want to do is hunt from an oak tree. Infinity is a very limited camouflage pattern. The camouflage features an oak tree bark back ground with oak limbs and dead leaves to try and create a three dimensional effect. The pattern isn’t nearly as versatile as Real Tree’s All Purpose camouflage pattern. It leaves you stuck out in the wide open because it doesn’t break up your out line, unless of course you’re high off the ground in an oak tree. So hunters, if you want to hide from deer this season and not be seen, then Real Tree All Purpose is the camouflage for you!

For the duck hunters out there; ever been tucked back in the reeds, decoys out, ducks approaching, and about a hundred...
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