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Mothwing Intros New Patterns.
By Kyle Crawford
Jun 27, 2006, 08:15

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Mothwing Camo Technologies, a camouflage-pattern developer based in Knoxville, Tenn., today announced that four new patterns of apparel, Fall Mimicry 1.0, Canyon Mimicry 1.0, Winter Mimicry 1.0 and Blaze Mimicry 1.0, will be available for purchase by the end of summer 2006.

Fall Pattern

The Fall pattern will be available at Bass Pro Shops nationwide and through Cabela’s catalog.  Canyon apparel will be available for purchase at all Sportsman’s Warehouse locations. Cabela’s also will carry apparel with the Winter and Blaze patterns in their catalogs by the end of summer 2006.

Winter Pattern

We are excited to offer nature’s best camouflage, which has been proven and tested in the field with hunters and outdoor enthusiasts across the country,” said Greg Love, CEO of Mothwing Camo.  “All our patterns have been heavily sought after and will become even more in demand as we gear up for the fall hunting season.”

Blaze Pattern

Mothwing camo patterns are developed directly from the biological wing designs of moth species themselves, using the latest computer technology and printing techniques for the most effective camouflage ever created. This unique brand of camouflage called Mimicry® provides a high level of concealment, allowing the hunter to disappear into their environment.  Because moths have proven their ability to escape predators for centuries through their natural camouflage, the inspiration of their wing designs make a fitting statement for the patterns Mothwing Camo has developed.

The Fall pattern is inspired by the Lystrosis moth’s ability to remarkably mimic tree bark and autumn leaves, while the Canyon pattern is made up of red tones of the western plains, which hide the Phyllodesma moth, making this camo pattern invisible to predators in canyon terrain.

The Winter pattern is cryptic colorations of the Lymantria moth blended seamlessly into the snow-covered landscape of bare branches and leaf piles.   The Blaze pattern is a bright orange safety pattern combined with the Othreis moth’s extraordinary ability to integrate into wooded areas.

About Mothwing Camo Technologies
Mothwing Camo Technologies was founded in 2001 in Helenwood, Tenn. to create custom camouflage patterns through a technological process they have developed called Mimicry®, whereby the actual wing designs of a moth are used to create natural elements throughout the patterns. The apparel is manufactured using the latest technology and printing techniques for high quality, durability and effectiveness.
 To learn more visit Mothwing Camo Technologies


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