As the Official Camo of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), Mossy Oak introduces the new Obsession pattern that includes the NWTF logo and true-to-nature elements from the spring woods.
Obsession features an enhanced background of mottled tree bark inspired by the original Mossy Oak Bottomland® pattern, true-to-nature elements of limbs, pine and oak foliage, and spring color tones to match the turkey woods in spring and early fall.
“Following the success of Break-Up Country, the new Obsession pattern includes dramatically larger limbs, leaves, bark, branches and other digitally enhanced natural elements that make Break-Up Country such an effective pattern,” said Larry Moore, director of research and development. “With essential shadowing and perfect color tones for blending in to the spring environment, Obsession has taken turkey camouflage to another level.”
All-new Mossy Oak Obsession was developed for the turkey hunter to provide both concealment for the hunt and support for the resource. Mossy Oak is proud to be the official camo of the NWTF and the new Mossy Oak Obsession pattern includes the NWTF logo inlayed throughout. A portion of every Obsession purchase goes back to the NWTF to further support wild turkey conservation and the continued enjoyment of turkey hunting.
For more information, visit our Mossy Obsession Pattern Page
The NWTF is a nonprofit conservation organization that works daily to further its mission of conserving the wild turkey and preserving our hunting heritage. Through dynamic partnerships with state and federal wildlife agencies, the NWTF and its members have helped restore wild turkey populations across the country, improving more than 17 million acres of wildlife habitat and introducing 100,000 people to the outdoors each year. The NWTF was founded in 1973 and is headquartered in Edgefield, S.C. According to many state and federal agencies, the restoration of the wild turkey is arguably the greatest conservation success story in North America’s wildlife history. To learn more, visit www.nwtf.org or call (800) THE-NWTF.