Big Game Treestands VS360 Ground Blind
- Sliding mesh camouflage fabric
- Full 360° of viewing and shooting capabilities
- Silent, one-hand release hooks for unlimited window adjustment
- Zip roof
- Quick-set hubs
- Includes nine stakes
- Deluxe carry bag
- Weight: 19.5 lbs
- Ceiling height: 70"
- Hub to hub: 77"
Manufacturer model #: HB2000.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by JeremyDoug Nice and Spacious Awesome tent! Easy to set-up (in the dark) and take-down. Seems to be durable (time will tell). The carrying case was nice as it has shoulder straps and a chest strap - plus a pouch for a chair and a scabbard for bow or rifle. Spacious for one, would be a bit cramped with two hunters. January 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by HillbillyOkie VS360 Blind The blind itself is simple to set up and take down. I picked this blind to have the ability to view 360 degrees, without the cost of the more expensive similar blinds. I really like the bag the blind came in. It has nice backpack straps, a little pouch with drawstring, and straps to carry your bow. I have yet to use the blind in a hunting situation because deer season hasn't started yet. September 19, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by gmarcheryguy Good blind for the money Archery deer season begins September 15 - February 28. I only bow hunt and generally 25-30 days per season. I have purchased several blinds in the past, some good and some bad. Generally the material rips, zipper or hub(s) break. This blind seems to be well constructed and built. The blind has enough room for two adults shooting compound bows. It's a typical hub design. The bottom of the "windows" are slightly higher than a non 360 field of view blind. The camo (brown earth tones) is better suited for fall hunting in either oak timber or tall grass fields. I found this blind on sale for $149.99 and bought two. The durability will be determined by seasons end. September 13, 2012
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