Big Game Treestands Big Game Cover-All Tripod Blind

Priced: $129.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Big Game Treestands Big Game Cover-All Tripod Blind -
The Cover-All® Tripod Blind swivels 360° with the Apex Tripod seat to create a fully enclosed blind. It has five windows to monitor multiple approaches. The roof retracts, converting the blind to a skirt. This skirt's forward section opens completely to accommodate bowhunting. Steel frame bolts to swivel seat. Blind kit uses Velcro® fasteners. Matrix camo.
Weight: 15 lbs.
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Big Game Treestands Big Game Cover-All Tripod Blind Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

It works

Overall great product I needed one more stand out of the rain. It could use alittle better tie down straps when it is in the up posistion. I am alittle worried when I leave it if the wind will tear it up. I think it will be ok
jw1983 at Cabelas on 07/26/2011

Great Shelter

Love the concept. Turns quietly. The hood doesn't extend far enough. My knees were wet in the rain and had snow on them during the snow. It would be nice as a rifle hunter to have a rifle holder. I don't trust leaning it on the rail.
CutlerCorner at Cabelas on 01/25/2011

good quality

Good quality cover easy to attach had to do some minor fitting but works good. (Tip) cut a piece of carpet to lay on the floor of your stand will keep a lot of up draft out.
fm2828 at Cabelas on 09/07/2011

Neutral Reviews:

It's OK but.........

After reading all the reviews and had put it together myself I would think the manufacture would go back to the drawing board and make it better. The material seems to be kind if wimpy and is kind of noisey. It's to tight for the frame and if they need some input let me know. An aditional winter cover would also be nice for year round protection.....
beanfacesDad at Cabelas on 01/12/2012