Brushed 150 denier polyester walls and ceiling are coated dull black on the inside
Large zippered windows with shoot-thru mesh for best shooting views
Small zippered windows with shoot-thru mesh for maximum stealth
Limited cover in your hunting area? Pack along this affordable ground blind loaded with deluxe features, and you’ll stand a much better chance of filling your tag. Concealment and comfort share equal billing, and the blind is completely collapsible to assure easy transport. Brushed 150 denier polyester walls and ceiling are coated dull black on the inside to keep you hidden from sharp eyes. Equipped with large zippered windows with shoot-thru mesh for best shooting views, and small zippered windows with shoot-thru mesh for maximum stealth. Spring-loaded frame affords quick, easy setup; light and packable. Comes with a back-strapped carrying bag. Color: Realtree APG™. Weight: approx. 14 lbs. Dimensions: 65" x 65" x 62". Imported.
Rated 4 out of 5 by MerryChristmas does the trick
Bought this blind because my son and i hunt together and need the room. very roomy for two almost grown men. easy set up and take down. only used it once so far but pleased with purchase. was a small tear in the seem when we recieved it but did not have time to return it so wife sowed it up and it is good as new. would definetely recommend to someone.
November 30, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1993Vigor Great Value
This lightwieght unit is easy to store, set-up and works well as a ice fishing house. Pricewise, I dont think it could be better. The ability to be used for both a blind and for fishing is a big bonus for the budget minded outdoorsman(or woman)!
November 11, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by cynikaltracker Not for bow hunters
The blind is just like every other pop-up blind. Easy to setup as all you need to do is throw it out. But there is NO room to draw a bow in it. My draw length is average (around 28 inches) and my bow is touching the front of the blind and my elbow is touching the back of the blind. Spring for a bigger non popup style blind and you will be much happier. You also have to sit on the floor to be able to shoot out of the windows. The blind is too short to sit in a chair and bow hunt.
November 2, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1dovefoe not bad
i was surprised at this thing. the camo pattern looks alot better than the one in the picture. and man it's dark inside of it too. roomier than i had expected and it had enough room for two of us but i'm little guy though. i'm only 5,8 170lbs and my nephew is 5,9 150lbs. i was really worried about trying to figure out how to take it down but i had it down pat after two tries.
October 28, 2010
You can shoot out the front and the 2 sides. You can undo the screen or close the window shell on any side. I am saying that deer and turkey will walk up close to it and study it, but they will walk by as nothing is different.
Same with this one. Three windows and a door. You can place the zipper on the door so that you can unzip the upper part as much or as little as you want. I kinda like that. I actually do most of the shooting out of the door side.
This is a 2 man chairblind. You lift up thefront part and turn around and sitdown. You have about a 3 feet front to shoot from with a camo screen or totally close the curtain. Even if it rains you are alright. Also slip your gun out the sides to fill your tags. A-OK.