Blinded Hunting Crow's Nest Tree Stand Blind

Item # WX2-232301

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Expected availability: 8/11/2014

Details & Specs

Blinded Hunting Crow's Nest Tree Stand Blind ensures your silhouette stays hidden when you're up high.

No camouflage burlap, no fake foliage that's hard to transport. Stay completely concealed in your tree stand with this portable, user-friendly Crow's Nest Blind. Its unique bracketing system holds branches that match the specific area you're hunting and naturally blend into surroundings. The Crow's Nest positions limbs upward and around the stand to camouflage you from below, providing complete coverage.

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  • Durable steel construction
  • Each section allows 11 branches, 3/ 4 " or less, at various heights to match conditions weave in additional branches for more camo. The cut branches will maintain their leaves all year
  • Limb-holding brackets are sharp gloves recommended in installing
  • Each section is 30"
  • Included strap fits 81" circumference tree. Do not attach fall-restraint system to the Blind. Tree stand not included.

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  1. 5 stars
    Haven't received it yet but I'm sure it will be another wonderful product that Sportsman's Guide offers!!
  2. 5 stars
    This converted an average stand, into an amazing stand. Awesome camo! I'll always have this product on my tree stands! If the branch doesn't fit.. simply use a knife and cut it to fit.
  3. 5 stars
    Fast shippin.
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