Disc-o-bed now offering Mossy Oak Cam-o-bed


Disc-O-Bed is proud to offer the Camo-O-Bunk, featuring America’s No.1 Camo and the official camouflage of the Quality Deer Management Association, Mossy Oak Break-Up Country.

This versatile ready-to-go bunkable cot – with its patented lock-in disc system – makes for an easy, one-person assembly that is tool-free and only takes a few minutes to set up using the step-by-step instructions. Available in two adult sizes, namely a large or XL and more recently a kid’s version (Kid-O-Bunk), it’s good to know that the Cam-O-Bunk also fits a broad range of tents and dome structures commonly used in recreational camping. Prices will vary by product model.

Whether you are camping in the back country or hosting family and friends for the night, you can rest easy knowing everyone will be comfortable. When space is at a premium the Cam-O-Bunk with Mossy Oak Break-Up Country is exactly what you need, giving you a supportive and comfortable sleep wherever your adventures may take you.

The two side organizers included with each Mossy Oak option connect easily to the sleeping deck using the simple hook and loop system. The organizers include a number of zippered sleeves and pockets to accommodate water bottles, reading and writing materials, a flashlight, keys, an electronic device and any other items you may need. A longer sleeve is also provided to accommodate either a rifle or fishing rod.

“The Mossy Oak and Disc-O-Bed® brands carry many similarities – market leaders in the outdoor industry, loyal customer base and innovative products just to mention a few,” said Douglas Owen, CEO and co-owner of Disc-O-Bed. “It was with no hesitation that when we were looking for a pattern that would appeal to the hunting or fishing enthusiast that we immediately thought of Mossy Oak. We are excited about our collaboration moving forward and value the partnership we hold.”

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