Ram Mossy Oak returns to truck lineup

Piano Demolition with Exploding Targets [VIDEO]
January 6, 2014
Bob Hood passes away
January 9, 2014

The pattern is so distinctive that even non-hunters readily recognize it.  Mossy Oak is America’s best known camouflage brand.  It speaks to the outdoors and was introduced as a vehicle theme by Ram Brand in 2011.  Now, it has returned to the lineup after a one-year hiatus and has more features incorporated in it than before.

2014 Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition

Mossy Oak is headquartered in West Point, MS as part of Haas Outdoors, Inc., of West Point, MS.  The company was formed in 1986 and has a portfolio of products are highlighted regularly through sponsorship of the Pursuit Channel’s True North Wednesday  on shows such as “Fist Full of Dirt”.  Focus of the company’s activities are the conservation aspects of hunting, some in coordination with the National Wild Turkey Federation and the Quality Deer Management Association.

Both Ram and Mossy Oak management are excited about the vehicle’s re-entry into the sport vehicle marketplace.  Reid Bigland, president and ceo of the Ram truck brand explains that the company’s customers are passionate about hunting and fishing.  He cited demographics the define 30% of these Ram owners as hunters, 44% fishermen, 27% boaters and 42% campers.  Obviously, there is crossover among these categories.

In the last year, the Ram 1500 has risen dramatically in popularity and has received numerous awards including Motor Trend Truck of the Year and Truck of the Year from the Texas Auto Writers.  It is the second year in a row for each, acknowledging the new diesel now available as a 1500.

Mossy Oak logo on seatbacks

Ronnie “Cuz” Strickland, executive vice president for Mossy Oak, says that Ram has been a great partner.  “The people there love trucks, but they6’re also into hunting and fishing and understand that their customers are. too” he adds.

The New Ram Mossy Oak Edition

For the first time, the Mossy Oak Edition of the Ram 1500 will now be available witht he RamBox Cargo management system in both 6’4″ and 5’7″ bed lengths.  It is a special edition of Ram’s successful Outdoorsman model.  In this case, bed caps and tailgate are covered in the classic Mossy Oak pattern, as are the interior door panel inserts.  The Mossy Oak logo is embroidered on both front and second row headrests.  The center column of the instrument panel is also finished in this pattern.

Instrument panel and console of the Mossy Oak Edition

One configuration — a 4×4 crew cab — is the only model, but it can be ordered in black, black gold pearl and prairie pearl exteriors.  The standard interior is standard in canyon brown and frost beige.  There is the option for Espresso Tuscany-colored Katzkin leather seats with Mossy Oak seatback embroidery.

Mossy Oak Edition interior

Features and options available on the 1500 Outdoorsman are generally available on this special edition.

The Mossy Oak Ram truck is priced starting at $39,985 plus destination charges.  It will arrive in dealerships beginning in the first quarter of 2014.



Comments are closed.