Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 12
Rated 3 out of 5 by cobrakiss Good tent-Some issues
I hunted the opening week of deer season this year and used the blind every day. The sliding camo windows and the 360 view are great. I usually kept the back window closed so my movements couldn't be seen (I am shooting about 100 yards).
The entrance is pretty tight with gun, pack and heavy clothes, but it isn't a problem.
Day 2 of the season was rain and there are many pin holes from sewing fasteners, logos, etc on the blind and some of them allow water to seep in. Not a constant drip, but occasionally. Could be a problem in a heavy rain.
Day 3 of the season it snowed about 2 inches of wet snow during the night. At 6:30 am, the roof collapsed on me. I could see much, but I took my arm and swept off as much as I could and popped the roof back in place. It was still snowing and now light, so I was hunting and about 7:30, it collapsed again.
I had to leave the blind find some brush to sweep off the roof and then resumed the hunt. I might have chased the big one away.
Despite those problems, I like the VS360 and will continue to hunt from it.
December 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dirge VS360 Ground Blind
Very easy to set up and take down. Fits into carry bag quite easily for transport to and from hunting location. Once set up, entry and exit from the blind can be a bit of a challenge wearing cold weather clothing. Take your backpack off first before trying to enter. Although I had no trouble with the main zipper, I am concerned about it's durability. Overall, a very nice ground blind that allows for silent adjustment of the camouflage mesh.
November 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by afterall19 Very versital
I have been hunting out of my new ground blind almost every weekend since the middle of September and have found it very easy to set up and take down. It seems to be built very tough and easy to hunt out of.
November 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JGTENN1 Great Product
This was my first blind, so I have nothing to compare to. The window capabilities is great. View a little or a lot, your choice. The silence of the windows was the selling point for me, but after putting it up I find out that there was some velcro tabs. So not "completely" silent. If your hiking to the deep woods, it can be a little heavy... but nothing more than a good light climber. The pockets in the carrying case is awesome. You also can put a chair on the inside of the bag or use the one of the outside, or use both for a hunting partner.
Overall... it does the job for me!
October 22, 2013