At ICAST, Fish Monkey will be introducing the Mossy Oak Bottomland camo pattern in two best-selling glove styles—the Half Finger Guide, and the Stubby.
Original Bottomland is the pattern that launched the Mossy Oak brand more than 35 years ago, when founder Toxey Haas wanted to find a way to get closer to those ultra-wary wild turkeys in Mississippi and Alabama. Drawing inspiration from the natural world around him, he developed one of the most natural-looking camouflage patterns in the world based on those long hours in the woods. Since those early years, MossyOak has not only become popular with hunters but with outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds, including anglers.
“Fish Monkey is very excited to partner with Mossy Oak and look forward to releasing the Bottomland pattern in two of our most popular gloves as well as our face guard,” Fish Monkey founder and president Tim Mossberg says. “There’s a natural synergy between the two brands in that we want to provide not just great products for our customers but find unique ways where we can improve the overall experience and enjoyment of being in the outdoors.”
Fish Monkey is also bringing back a classic with the introduction of a new color pattern for the beloved Stubby Guide Glove. This highly sought-after glove has been a top seller since its initial release, and now anglers can get their hands on the Stubby Guide Glove in a fresh new style. Showcasing the new Old School Camo color pattern, Fish Monkey will be exhibiting at ICAST 2021 in Orlando, Florida in booth #5144.
This is the perfect opportunity to get a firsthand look at this reimagined classic and explore all the amazing features it has to offer. From ultra-durable construction to ergonomic features designed with comfort and functionality in mind, the Stubby Guide Glove is sure to please even the most demanding angler.
So don’t miss your chance to check out Fish Monkey’s newest offering in Orlando – you won’t be disappointed!