Guide Gear® Deluxe Waterfowl Blind, Mossy Oak® Blades™

Item # WX2-293557

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Guide Gear® Deluxe Mossy Oak® Blades™ Waterfowl Blind for bird-blasting results! PRICED LESS!

A laydown Blind that's quality made, easy to pack and super effective. You get it into position, get comfortable, and when low-flying ducks or geese come in range, pop up and POW... those birds won't know what hit 'em!

A waterfowling wonder:
  • 300-denier synthetic fabric with polyurethane coating for water repellence. Reinforced corner stitching. Vividly realistic Mossy Oak® Blades¿ camo
  • Heavy-duty WATERPROOF, mud-proof PVC bottom
  • Sturdy steel frame with quick-release pins. Goes up in about 10 seconds
  • Lumbar support for all-day comfort
  • Over 100 stubble straps so you can add natural foliage as desired
  • Mesh-covered dual doors
  • It's 82" long, and roomy enough to fit extra gear
  • Packs light at 25 lbs., and has an integrated shoulder strap for carry
  • Zippered flag port.

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Customer Reviews

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  1. 5 stars
    Just as nice as final approach blinds.half the money very happy
  2. 5 stars
    Great
  3. 5 stars
    Love it, very easy to set up & tear down. VERY Roomy!
  4. 5 stars
    perfect for my needs
  5. 5 stars
    Easy assembly, and long enough for a 6'4' person
  6. 5 stars
    great layout blind easy to assemble and lightweight
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