Here are a few more photos of Mossy Oak Treestand camouflage while I was out archery elk hunting in September of 2011. Most of what I have been wearing lately is Mossy Oak Treestand camo. I think it gives me one of the most versatile camo patterns for various high altitude terrains that I primarily hunt in Utah.
All of these photos are taken within about a half mile area that I like to hunt elk in Northern Utah. An area like much of the west with widely diverse colors of vegetation and terrain. Step over the ridge and I step out of heavy pines and into sage brush then swing around onto the east facing slopes and I find myself in mixed quaking aspens and maple trees.
As you will see in many of the photos I have started wearing shorts for easy access to adjust my knee braces. My compression fit undergarment pants and shirt are the notoriously dark Mossy Oak New Break-Up.
You can read more on my thoughts on camouflage patterns effectiveness in my Camo Pattern Comparisons Article.
Here I am in the pines, some variety of fir.
Again you will notice the Treestand shorts and t-shirt and the darker New Break-Up sleeves, legs, bow and backpack.
Mossy Oak Treestand in mixed short sage brush and granite rock.
My arm in Mossy Oak Treestand camo on a granite boulder where I was taking a mid-day nap.
Mossy Oak Treestand camo in quaking aspens mixed with maple trees.