Front and side zippered windows for unobstructed shooting and visibility
Extra-wide folding camp-style bench chair with two cupholders
Requires no assembly
Setup or takedown takes less than 10 seconds regardless of location
Includes carry case with shoulder strap
Weight: 17 lbs
Blind dimensions: 61"W x 52"D x 60"H
Chair dimensions: 56" x 21"
Seat height: 20"
Cutting-edge design is ultra-compact, lightweight, and durable. Low-profile design features weather-resistant Durashell™ fabric shell with front and side zippered windows for unobstructed shooting and visibility. Includes an extra-wide folding camp-style bench chair with two cupholders. Requires no assembly; setup or takedown takes less than 10 seconds regardless of location. Includes carry case with shoulder strap. Color: Realtree AP™. Weight: 17 lbs. Blind dimensions: 61"W x 52"D x 60"H. Chair dimensions: 56" x 21". Seat height: 20". Imported.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Heffer8621 Find a better blind
This blind is very small and not comftorable and deffinatly tight with 2 people. I was hog hunting with a crossbow at 40 yards and its so small i had to hang the crossbow out the front window and its not verry dark inside so i sat and right at sunset 6 hogs came out and spotted me immediately and got spooked and ran and wouldnt come back the next night either. It may be a good blind at 100 yards or more but deff. Not closer. You can get a way better blind for the money
September 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by 10bears Ameristep Two-Man Chair Blind
Excellent. Easy setup and very nice inside. Great fro rainy turkey days and late muzzle loader hunts.
June 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by BTanner just what i wanted
I had this blind before, but left it in the woods for a week after turkey season. I was so exited about killing the big boss turkey, that I couldnt tote both of them out at the same time. When I came back to get my 2person chair blind much to my surprise the timber co. had clearcut the pines. They totally smashed my chairblind for no reason. It was only 15 steps from the edge where they had quit cutting. I learned my lesson.. Here we go again!!!! Gobble...Gobble...Gobble..
March 29, 2011