Are You Wild for Muddy Girl’s New Pattern?

Introducing Muddy Girl Wild, a remix on our favorite abstract camo.

by posted on April 14, 2021
Muddy Girl Wild Hydrographic Film

Some women cringe at the sight of a pink gun, but others like owning a unique firearm or feel safer knowing they can easily spot a bright gun in a defensive situation. Regardless of your color preference, Muddy Girl’s new Wild pattern is objectively fun and fashionable. This fresh take on an old favorite incorporates pink, purple and black swirls into an aesthetically pleasing camouflage that will take any rifle or handgun to the next level.

Even if you don’t see a Muddy Girl gun in your future, their hydrographic film ensures that you can enjoy their new print on just about anything—from tumblers to ear protection. With spring in full swing, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to show off your new Muddy Girl Wild gear at the range! Rough and tough outdoorswomen wear pink … or whatever color they darn well please.

If you’re still partial to teal, you can get Muddy Girl’s turquoise Serenity camo, or any of their patterns, with water transfer printing thanks to their recent partnership with TWN.

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