- Product Dimensions: 23 x 4 x 22 inches ; 13.79 pounds
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- ASIN: B00JA82FV0
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- Item model number: 1RX2S010
- Average Customer Review: 433 customer reviews
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Ameristep Doghouse Hunting Blind, Realtree Xtra
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The Doghouse spring steel ground blind travels easily and sets up quickly to conceal two hunters inside. The exterior features a large, open window perfect for firearm hunting, with the option to add provided shoot-through mesh covers to each porthole. The matte finish of the Durashell™ Plus fabric and 3D Edge ReLeaf trim blend well with the natural environment, and an interior ShadowGuard coating helps eliminate shadows and silhouettes. Hunts up to 2 hunters. Easily bow hunt or gun hunt out of the Doghouse hunting blind.
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As for the overall size, I am 6’3” and 240 lbs and I have plenty of room to sit... by myself. But I would never try to squeeze into this thing with anyone besides my petite wife or one of my elementary age kids. So if you are planning a hunt with a buddy, do yourselves a favor and get a bigger blind!
Ok one more thing, from what Ive read about deer vision is that deer are capable of seeing shades of blue and yellow as if they are ultraviolet. So why would you put the ameristep logo on the front window in bright blue print of all colors!? It’s nothing a bit of Camo duct tape can’t cover up. Not a big deal but come on Ameristep, your supposed to be helping to conceal us not hurting.
The one drawback to the design that I have noticed is the loud ripping sounds that the velcro flaps and zippers make if you're not careful. The velcro in particular is super noisy. I have hunting apparel and gear that has velcro and zippers that don't make noise, so I know that it's possible to make. It's hard to be sneaky in a blind when the access points make noise. It doesn't render the blind useless, just something the user needs to be aware of and careful with.
It has allowed me to get some great photos by getting much closer than possible without this blind.
I'd recommend it highly and would gladly purchase it again.