Among all the debuts at the Detroit Auto Show next week, Ram will remove the ghillie-suit veil from its 2014 Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition, but the truck's bigger – and more fitting – debut will take place later in the week at the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas. The new Mossy Oak Edition is aimed at hunting, camping and fishing enthusiasts, and it will go on sale within the next couple of months with a base price of $39,985, not including $1,195 for destination.

With plenty of accolades already in the bag for 2013 (including Motor Trend Truck of the Year and Truck of Texas), the 2014 Ram 1500 is definitely getting plenty of attention, and the new camouflage job from Mossy Oak should help get a few more eyeballs on this truck. Starting with the Ram 1500 4x4 Crew Cab Outdoorsman, this special edition is only offered in three exterior colors – Black, Black Gold or Prairie Pearl (shown above) – to go with the Mossy Oak camouflage along the lower edges of the body as well as the upper edge of the cargo bed. Unlike the previous Mossy Oak Edition (2011-2012), buyers can now opt for the innovative RamBox system in which to store plenty of hunting, camping and fishing gear.

Inside, there's more camo on the center stack and door panels, and the headrests are embroidered with the Mossy Oak logo. Like the Outdoorsman, the Mossy Oak Edition comes standard with cloth seats in two available colors, but it adds in a new option: Katzkin leather in Espresso Tuscany with the Mossy Oak logo embroidered into the seatbacks. Scroll down for more information on the 2014 Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition.
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2014 Ram 1500: Mossy Oak® Edition Returns to Ram Lineup

After a brief, one-year hiatus, the Ram 1500 Mossy Oak® Edition is returning to the truck brand's model lineup.

Updated for 2014, the Mossy Oak Edition will now be available for the first time with the RamBox cargo management system, in both 6-ft.-4-in. and 5-ft.-7-in. bed lengths.

Originally introduced to the Ram Truck family in 2011, the Mossy Oak Edition is designed for enthusiasts who are passionate about the great outdoors.

The 2014 Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition further extends the multi-tiered relationship between the Ram Truck brand and America's top camouflage brand.

"Ram Truck is focused on the needs and wants of truck buyers," said Reid Bigland, President and CEO, Ram Truck Brand – Chrysler Group LLC. "Our Ram Truck owners are passionate about hunting and fishing. The Ram Mossy Oak Edition gives hunting enthusiasts a way to proudly proclaim their love for the outdoors."

Ram 1500 owner demographics illustrate a love for the outdoors: 30 percent hunt, 44 percent fish, 27 percent are boaters and 42 percent are campers.

"The Ram Truck brand has been a great partner to Mossy Oak," said Ronnie "Cuz" Strickland, Executive Vice President of Mossy Oak. "The people there love trucks, but they're also into hunting and fishing and understand that their customers are, too. To have Ram take that relationship to the next level by offering a special Mossy Oak Edition speaks volumes about their commitment to hunters and Outdoorsmen and women, and we are extremely proud to partner with them."

The Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition's bedcaps and tailgate are covered in Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity® camouflage pattern, and the Mossy Oak logo is prominently displayed on the rear quarter panels. Break-Up Infinity-patterned lower cladding is also available.

Inside, the center column of the Ram's instrument panel is finished in Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity, as are the door panel inserts. The Mossy Oak logo is embroidered on the four primary headrests. Buyers also can opt for Espresso Tuscany-colored Katzkin leather seats with Mossy Oak seatback embroidery.

The Ram Mossy Oak Edition is available exclusively as a Ram 1500 4x4 Crew Cab model, and is based on the popular Ram Outdoorsman.

Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition available colors include Black, Black Gold Pearl and Prairie Pearl monotone exterior, paired with Canyon Brown and Frost Beige interior.

Ram Mossy Oak Edition trucks will arrive in dealerships in early 2014. Ram Mossy Oak Edition pricing starts at $39,985, plus $1,195 destination charge.

Ram and Mossy Oak

Ram Trucks and Mossy Oak brand camouflage are partners in a multiyear, multifaceted program aimed at America's outdoor enthusiasts.

The Ram Truck brand is a major sponsor of Mossy Oak-produced television shows airing on the Outdoor Channel and the Pursuit Channel. In addition to commercial slots, Ram trucks are utilized by and featured in many of the shows.


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      Stang70Fastback
      • 11 Months Ago
      I'm not a camo guy - not my style at ALL, but honestly that truck wouldn't look terrible if it wasn't for how ridiculously repetitive the camo pattern was. Seriously, could they not put any more effort into it than a repeating 1' long strip?
        Arturo Rios Jr.
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Stang70Fastback
        The copy and past tool in photoshop must be the only one available to create a pattern, said someone who doesn't know much about photoshop. Its's a bad bad job they did.
      Dart
      • 11 Months Ago
      I love reading comments which boil down to "I don't like it, and therefore it's stupid." Totally not my thing, but I see enough trucks owned by hunters and sportsman that have been done up like this, that apparently there is a market for it.
      IBx27
      • 11 Months Ago
      Woah, where did the bottom of the truck go?! It's like it's floating in mid-air!
      Sgt Beavis
      • 11 Months Ago
      Some manufacturer is going to make a Duck Commander edition and sell a butt load of pickups in the south.
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Sgt Beavis
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          A P
          • 11 Months Ago
          Not really....I have seen them drive Fords, Toyotas, Caddys and Chevys.
          Sgt Beavis
          • 11 Months Ago
          Yea, AP is right. They have had an assortment of trucks on that show. I'm actually from West Monroe and went to high school with the Robertson boys. I didn't know them personally. I'm a nerd, they were jocks, we ran in different crowds. But I go home all the time and check out their store off Thomas Rd. When I was there I found this in Willy's parking spot: https://scontent-b-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/557083_4464622212441_219765904_n.jpg Most likely someone else in his spot, but still funny to see Korean metal sitting there....
      john m
      • 11 Months Ago
      They should make the top half bright orange and use the camo print for the bottom half :)
      Joe Schmoe
      • 11 Months Ago
      The Duck Dynasty Edition? Comes in your choice of racist brown, or homophobe black? Awesome! It even comes with a Killin'-Stuff 'Kontainer!
        Carlos Cruz
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Joe Schmoe
        Yup... Finally a Ram meant for real bible thumping 'muricans
      Trent
      • 11 Months Ago
      Yes because owning this truck is not gay enough?
        Jesus!
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Trent
        Please explain how owning this truck is gay?
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Trent
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      Frisky_Dingo
      • 11 Months Ago
      Rednecks rejoice!!!
      Rob J
      • 11 Months Ago
      God those Ram Boxes are stupid. If you own a firearm or fishing rod, you are already going to own a case which can easily put under the seats in the cab or in the box with a tonneau cover. Both options would keep them just as safe and not mean that you lose payload space when you need it.
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Rob J
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          Rob J
          • 11 Months Ago
          Yeah, I am making that assumption since you would be pretty stupid not to. Number one, they are valuable and if you are going to take them anywhere away from your vehicle you should keep them protected from the elements. Not to mention you can pop open a RamBox with a crowbar without anybody noticing, at least if you smash a window, your alarm is going off. If you want serious protection, you get a Knack tool box for the back. But once again, that can be removed and will cost about half as much. And I know a Silverado is about 5 feet wide in the back and there is plenty of space under the rear seats.
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Rob J
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      Patrick
      • 11 Months Ago
      Does the glove box come stocked with bullets and beef jerky?
      Rob J
      • 11 Months Ago
      Excuse me while I vomit a bit in my mouth.
      Junkyard Willie
      • 11 Months Ago
      I hear banjo music.
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