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2019 Blinds & Treestands

2019 Blinds & Treestands


The Caretaker Kick-Out blind is designed to provide added legroom and gear storage, thanks to dual “kick-outs” along the bottom edges of the front and rear sides. The blind’s 65”x65” footprint allows ample room for two hunters, and all nine windows can be opened and closed silently. Brush loops aid in concealing the blind with vegetation. Total weight is 15 pounds. (


Browning Phantom X

The Phantom X pop-up blind is engineered with steel-tipped aluminum hubs and fiberglass poles for added strength. Oversized zippers are quiet and easy to open, and each corner is reinforced with extra fabric. The blind’s Silent-Trac mesh windows are easy to reconfigure, and a bow hanger is included in the kit. Internal dimensions are 59”x59”, and total weight is 19.5 pounds. (


Muddy Bull Box Blind

The Bull Box Blind provides thermal, scent and noise control thanks to insulated Therma-Tek interior panels. The blind is built from heavy-duty rotational molded plastic, and the windows are made from residential quality glass and steel hardware. Compatible with Muddy’s steel tower stands, the system has a combined weight of 850 pounds. Leg stakes and ground anchor are included. (


Redneck Buck Palace 360

The Buck Palace 360 is made from long-lasting gel-coated fiberglass, and its interior is padded with sound-dampening acoustical foam. Automotive-grade glass windows, combined with gaskets, help to suppress both human odor and weather conditions. The blind includes built-in shelves for gear storage, and a full line of accessories and platforms are also available. (


Primos Double Bull Stakeout

The Double Bull Stakeout Blind offers great concealment in a compact package that’s easy to transport. The blind’s SurroundView walls are constructed with one-way see-through fabric, meaning you can see out but animals can’t see in. Three triangular windows provide ample shooting room. The blind measures 59”x37” and weighs just 4.5 pounds. (


Millennium M360 Revolution

The M360 Revolution hang-on redefines all-day hunting comfort. The 40” platform diameter and 360-degree pivoting comfortMAX seat provide extreme maneuverability to hunters. The stand comes with four ratchet straps to secure it safely to the tree, as well as a built-in bubble level for mounting. There’s a 300-pound weight capacity, and a SafeLink system is included. (


Summit Featherweight Swtich

The Featherweight Switch is an aluminum hang-on that weighs only 17 pounds, yet it has a spacious 28”x23” platform. The stand includes a versatile Switch Receiver mount, allowing for use on trees measuring 8-20” in diameter. Better yet, additional receiver mounts can be purchased separately for alternate stand setups. Included is a comfortable 2.75”-thick seat cushion. Weight capacity is 300 pounds. (

Stacked Outdoors

Stacked Outdoors Ladder Sticks

Stacked Ladder Sticks are designed to nest together, allowing for easy transport. They come with extended heavy-duty straps for mounting to large trees, and they feature oversize hand/foot platforms for a better grip. Each one-piece stick measures 21” in length, and they’re available in singles or packs of four. Made from polymer, each stick weighs only 2.35 pounds. (

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