Southeast Camo Patterns

September 20, 2010
Northeast Southeast Midwest Southwest Prairies Rocky Mountains Northwest

mossy oak breakupMossy Oak Break-Up

www.mossyoak.com

One of the most established and heavily used patterns, Break-Up recently received a digital facelift by improving the Bottomland base and added ghosting shadows for 3-D illusion and realism. Bark, branches and leaves were also enhanced. You can find Break-Up everywhere.

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predator brown deceptionPredator Brown Deception

www.predatorcamo.com

These guys have had a fanatic following of hardwoods bowhunters for more than a decade. Using an open large-limb pattern, this one of the few non-non digital camouflages, and many hunters consider it art. Some licensed products are available, but Predator’s Web site is the best place to find their gear.

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next g 1 camoNext G-1

www.nextcamouflage.com

Considered ideal anywhere in the eastern wood lot of the United States, this company uses large vertical tree trunks with a leafy out-of-focus background. You can get Next camo on Summit tree stands and at Academy Sporting Goods.

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outfitter tuff trebark camoOutfitter Tuff Treebark

www.outfittertuff.com

The original Treebark is back in production with far better materials and screening since its introduction nearly 30 years ago. You can even order your gun dipped in Treebark and get cloths via Crumley’s Web site. This is as old-school as it gets.