Camo galore: New hunting gear coming out of SHOT (11 PICS)

There was plenty of new gear, decoys, and camo apparel to please hunters prowling the floor on the first day of the SHOT Show in Las Vegas.  Here are some of our faves:

Realtree brands displayed a host of licensed products, including this Realtree camo-clad hunter in his packable camo hammock. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Mossy Oak brands displayed a host of licensed products, including this camo-clad hunter in his packable camo hammock. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Biologic showed off their full seed and supplement product line for hunters preparing food plots. (Photo: Kristin Alberts

Mossy Oak’s Biologic showed off their full seed and supplement product line for hunters preparing food plots. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Leupold debuted their LTO Tracker Thermal, a handheld thermal game recovery tool loaded with features with a range out to 600 yards. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Leupold debuted their LTO Tracker Thermal, a handheld thermal game recovery tool loaded with features with a range out to 600 yards. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Browning expanded their hunting wear line with additions to Wicked Wing waterfowl apparel. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Browning expanded their hunting wear line with additions to Wicked Wing waterfowl apparel. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Final Approach showed off several new decoy models, including 6-packs of these realistic floating Mallards. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Final Approach showed off several new decoy models, including 6-packs of these realistic floating Mallards. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Final Approach hit a homerun with layout blind hunters by re-introducing an old favorite with new improvements--the ___ blind. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Final Approach hit a homerun with layout blind hunters by re-introducing an old favorite with new improvements–the Original X-LandR blind. It now has heavier fabric and best of all, an unprecedented lifetime warranty.  (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Not all trail cameras on the market break the bank, as this trio of Primos options come in just over $100 and still have the most popular features with simpler controls and Primos quality. (Photos: Kristin Alberts)

Not all trail cameras on the market break the bank, as this trio of new Primos Proof Gen2 cams come in just over $100 and still have the most popular features with simpler controls and Primos quality. (Photos: Kristin Alberts)

The brand launched last year as 10X from the Walls parent company will be rebranding and expanding their 10X hunting apparel line under the name Walls Pro Series. (Photo: Wm Stewart)

The brand launched last year as 10X from the Walls parent company will be rebranding and expanding their 10X hunting apparel line under the name Walls Pro Series. The new Walls buck logo will be on both mens and women’s camo performance hunting lines. (Photo: Wm Stewart)

Under Armour remains dedicated to the hunting market, introducing a new wool-blend camo line. Called Threadborne Wool, UA has introduced several proprietary fibers into traditional wool to get the best features of wool without the drawbacks of water absorption and weight. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Under Armour remains dedicated to the hunting market, introducing a new wool-blend camo line. Called Threadborne Wool, UA has introduced several proprietary fibers into traditional wool to get the best features of wool without the drawbacks of water absorption and weight. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Nikon Optics introduced the LaserForce rangefinding binoculars, an ideal tool for hunters, eliminating the need to carry both binos and a rangefinder. (Photo: Wm Stewart)

Nikon Optics introduced the LaserForce 10×42 rangefinding binoculars work out to 1900 yards and make an ideal tool for hunters, eliminating the need to carry both binos and a rangefinder. (Photo: Wm Stewart)

Primos debuted an entirely new line of seed and supplements for hunters designing food plots for big bucks. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Primos debuted an entirely new line of seed, feed, and supplement system for hunters designing food plots for big bucks. The Take Out systems will provide tailored crops and planting times for different areas of the county.  (Photo: Kristin Alberts)