Mossy Oak "Overwatch" Named Official Camouflage Pattern of NRA

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posted on November 13, 2018

Mossy Oak and the National Rifle Association have joined forces to preserve America’s hunting heritage and outdoor lifestyles. As part of this multiyear partnership, the NRA has designated Mossy Oak its official camouflage partner, while Mossy Oak has, in turn, developed an all-new pattern exclusive to the NRA called Mossy Oak OVERWATCH®. This unique new pattern features the NRA logo embedded within, allowing NRA members to show their support even when out in the field.

“The NRA is proud to announce this significant partnership with Mossy Oak," said NRA Publications Executive Director Doug Hamlin. "Like the NRA, Mossy Oak is committed to the preservation of our 2nd Amendment rights, wildlife conservation, and safe and responsible use of firearms."

Toxey Haas, founder and CEO of Mossy Oak, said, “The NRA is the leader in preserving the opportunities we have as conservationists, hunters, and law-abiding citizens with the right to keep and bear arms.” Haas said that we live in a time where those topics are each facing their greatest opposition. “That is why it is with great honor and excitement we are uniting with the NRA, so we can lay down our heads at night knowing that we are doing everything we can to carry out our mission to help people live their best life outdoors for years to come,” he said.

Since 1986, Mossy Oak has been a long-time partner of organizations that seek to defend attacks against effective conservation and that promote the expansion of North America’s fish and wildlife and their habitat.

“NRA works hard to provide leadership in myriad ways to preserve and conserve outdoors opportunities for generations to come,” said Bill Sugg, president of Mossy Oak. “Our entire Mossy Oak family is appreciative of the opportunity to work more closely with the NRA in its efforts to not only protect our constitutional rights as American citizens, but to work on behalf of hunters everywhere to preserve our rights to enjoy the great outdoors.

The custom OVERWATCH camouflage pattern will soon be available on popular clothing, firearms, and accessories.

For more visit mossyoak.com and nra.org.

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