Guide Gear® Big Boy Blind

Item # WX2-285091

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Guide Gear® Big Boy Blind with customizable windows. Roomy, too. BIG BUCKS OFF!

Arrange this Blind's windows for any shooting style or viewing preference! There's a full field-of-view, 4-screen panel window on 3 sides to configure however you wish. And at 6 1/2' high, the Blind is nice and tall, ideal if you need extra head room or like to stand to shoot. Equipped with replaceable mesh shoot-through screens.

The hiding place:
  • 5-hub design
  • Durable 150-denier polyester skin with black polyurethane coating
  • Sturdy fiberglass rod skeleton
  • Zippered door
  • Windows have hook-and-loop and elastic strap closures
  • Includes ground stakes, ropes and backpack-style carry case.
  • 58 1/2 x 58 1/2 x 78"h., 72" hub to hub. 15 lbs.

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    This thing is big!!!
  2. 3 stars
    This is a wonderful product, but getting help finding a lost package is near impossible.
  3. 3 stars
    Love the big boy blind, now I have room to fit my boys in. Would love a camo chair to go with tho
  4. 1 stars
    it as soon as we set it up to look at, we noticed about 30 pins holes maybe more, some kinda big for apin hole in the roof. It will not be of much use in rain. We will need to buy another one and use this as a back up. this was a rather disappointing,The set up was very easy, it is hard to get past the holes in the roof. if not for the holes I would be really pleased.
  5. 5 stars
    awsome product very pleased with it. Bill.
  6. 2 stars
    NOT HAPPY the tie downs at bottom of blind 1 was not on and 1 other half on found the tie down in bag.Windows to big and to high.The in and out moves the blind to much even if I could tie it down.Did like the height.
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