Posted on: 29th Aug 18 at 1:36 pm by Realtree Global
Realtree are proud to announce new partnerships with Rubbastuf. As a successful company at the forefront of producing innovative camouflage patterns, Realtree are always on the hunt for new materials to showcase their incredible camo.
Rubbastuff have great expertise in designing and manufacturing innovative PACMAT mats for camping, leisure and the outdoors. Combining style and design with careful consideration to practicality, Rubbastuff have partnered with Realtree to develop a PACMAT mat embossed in Realtree’s latest EDGE pattern for birdwatching, fishing, wildlife photography and camping.
As one of the leading companies in producing impeccably designed outdoor PACMAT mats, Rubbastuff has progressively grown to be one of the most reputable brands in the industry. Rubbastuff’s new partnership with Realtree will provide those who revel in the open outdoors with the perfect solution to blend into all kinds of environments.
All of the PACMAT products are designed in Hackney, East London and manufactured in Britain, focusing on durable, practical and fun lifestyle products for the outdoors. Technical features allow for everyday use and contemporary designs through illustrations printed on microfibre polyester combined with waterproof and rip stop nylon.
For more information about Rubbastuff please visit, httpss://rubbastuff.com/
Learn more about new Realtree EDGE camouflage at edge.realtree.com. And, as always, be sure to FIND THE ANTLERlogo within the pattern to make sure you’re purchasing the world’s most effective and trusted camo patterns.
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