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Mossy Oak Bottomland Apparel

Discussion in '2017 ATA Show Coverage' started by Justin, Jan 13, 2017.

  1. Justin

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    It's before my time, but was this always called bottom land or was it called treebark?
    I have a friend who's truck was broken into this year coming back from a Texas hunt and they stole all of his old camo.

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    treebark was a different pattern by a different company ... it was about the same time in history ,, best I remember .. and does have a similar look to it .. I do not remember which one came out first .. obviously Mossy Oak has stood the test of time in the camo industry ... several other Mossy Oak patterns uses the "Bottomland" as the background to the more detailed evolution of camo
     

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