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New Breed Archery Offers the Hot New “BLADE” with Break-Up® COUNTRY™

NewBreed_llFultondale, AL -- New Breed Archery, innovators of industry-leading archery equipment, is pleased to announce the offering of Mossy Oak’s new Break-Up COUNTRY camouflage pattern on their newest bow, the BLADE. 

“We are thrilled to be offering the Mossy Oak’s new COUNTRY camo pattern on the BLADE,” said Kyle Null, President, New Breed Archery. “Our goal is to set the bar for excellence and innovation, and we are committed to offering our customers the latest and greatest products and technology the industry has to offer.” 

Using dramatically larger limbs, leaves, bark, branches and other digitally enhanced natural elements, the new Mossy Oak Break-Up COUNTRY combats your outline and blends you in with the terrain like no pattern before.

The new Blade distances itself from the competition with its cutting edge gusset brace riser, titanium bolt kit with stainless steel hardware, a fluted riser, two-piece extended pocket design and an adjustable cable guard.

If you’re in the market for a bow that offers a smooth draw, speed and stealth, the search is over, the New Breed BLADE draped in Mossy Oak Break-Up COUNTRY has it all.

For more information on New Breed Archery’s BLADE and the complete line of New Breed Archery Product offerings, contact New Breed Archery at (888) 363-3545 or visit

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New Breed Archery produces officially licensed products of Haas Outdoors Inc.

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