Field and Stream Hunter Blind

Priced: $99.98 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 12 reviews.
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Easy to set up and take down, the Field & Stream ™ Hunter Blind is the perfect field concealment companion. This blind works great for hunting with guns or bows, for ground game or flying game, and it comes complete with the advanced Field & Stream ™ setup, including scent-containing, shadow-concealing, black interior fabric. With this much camouflage, the Hunter Blind is truly one with nature.
Country Of Origin: Imported


  • Scent containing black interior coated fabric to control shadows and movement along with a weather- resistant exterior coating


  • Includes carry case with padded backpack straps


  • 5 hub design eliminates loose parts and speeds set up/take down
  • Quick and easy setup/take down


  • 8 windows-each with a shoot through screen and zippered window flaps


  • 4 reflective blaze orange location markers with tabbed camo covers for safe blind locations
  • Brush-in strips for advanced concealment when used with trimmed tree branches
  • 50''x50'' floor area with a 58" height
  • Shoot through screens (for the bow hunter using fixed blade broadheads) with gun slits
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Field and Stream Hunter Blind Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great for the money

I have been wanting a five hub blind for awhile, but didnt want to pay an arm and a leg for one. This one is great. I have other "pop up" type blinds, but even though they are different than this one I wish they had these features. The mesh for the windows is on the outside of the blind so that when you want to open a window, all you have to do is unzip it. No need to remove the mesh to unzip it, my pop ups require that you remove the mesh before, so if silence is your game I would suggest this blind. And, the mesh has slits in it so you can actually shoot a gun out of it without the hazard of the muzzle flash burning through it. Although I prefer to leave my blinds up all season, I dont think this one will handle the weight ofsnow on top of it for very long, seeing as all it takes is some pressure to force the bows down. All in all this is a great blind
Clay the hunter at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2010

This blind withstood high winds and snow

I set this blind up in September to get the deer used to it. I just pulled it in today. It has withstood wind, rain, thunderstorms, and over two feet of snow in one storm. It came through fine.

It is roomy, though two big guys would have to be cozy, and offers great views of the woods. The screens are a little noisy, so I kept them down a bit during deer season so that I could shoot an arrow without the noise of opening or the risk of an early deployment of my mechanical broadheads.

Overall, this is a great blind for turkey, deer, and small game. It is ideal for taking out a younger hunter who may not be able to sit perfectly still while the game come close.

I wish I had two.
Crocket at Dick's Sporting Goods on 01/01/2011

Well worth the money!

I used this tent for the first time opening deer season weekend. I set it up alone in a matter of minutes. It was very easy to set up and stake. It had plenty of room for my chair, which I was able to put in the bag that the tent came in, heater and other gear. I hunted in it alone. It was very well insulated, I had to open the windows and shed my jacket after running my heater in it. The bag has straps like a backpack. It was a little heavy with my chair inside it carrying to my spot, but it was well worth the money I paid for it. I would definitely recommend.
Rick at Dick's Sporting Goods on 11/11/2011

Light and Portable

This blind's small size sets it apart from the rest. It's the perfect size for a single crossbow or gun hunter. It's very light and portable. The hub set up and breakdown is a little tricky at first but gets easier with practice. Plenty of adjustable windows allows you to set up to shoot in any direction. Got a nice buck second time out in the blind. You can't go wrong with this blind for the price.
HUNTNJ at Dick's Sporting Goods on 11/11/2011

Good Blind for the price

I have purchased several blinds in the oh so many years of hunting. I bought this one for my wife who is in her second year of deer hunting.This is one of the better quality ones for the price. We set it up in minutes and once she was inside she was completly satisfied. I would reccomend this.
Ardillo at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2010

Even better than anticipated

Gets me out of the weather and a small propane camp heater keeps everything below waste level warm. Sets up quickly with a couple of trial runs. Blind could use slightly larger blaze orange squares on roof.(need 100 sq inches)I just use it for gun hunting deer late in the season.
King Ted II at Dick's Sporting Goods on 12/12/2010

Great product

The bow hunter i bought this for loves it. It's very sturdy and well made and easy to put up and take down (after an initial trial in the house). Plenty of room for him (5'8 & 190lbs).
Danielle at Dick's Sporting Goods on 11/11/2010

Great stand for my sons and me.

This is an excellent stand. Good sized, and has sruvived two wind storms so far. I did cheat and doubled the number of tie downs and used the good 18" tent stakes.
FamilyMan3030 at Dick's Sporting Goods on 11/11/2010

good stuff to have in the field

I love this blind, the only thing i do not like is the zip nose.but to product it self is great to hunt in the cold air.
wildar at Dick's Sporting Goods on 01/01/2011

Wish I got one sooner

Set up for the first time @ home to get the nack and after that it's a breeze to use.
Steve-o at Dick's Sporting Goods on 12/12/2010

Negative Reviews:

stitching holes int roof

you get what you pay for and I did not pay enough
steve at Dick's Sporting Goods on 09/09/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Color Faded after 5 weeks

I got this for a gift. Over all it's a good blind. It is easy to set up but it's a real pain to take down. It almost takes two people to get it folded. My biggest compliant is that I left it in the woods from January 1st until about February 15th. When I went to get it, it was turning orange. Another 3 weeks it would have been pink. If you have one, or if you buy one of these, don't leave it in the hardwood forest for more that a few days.....unless you want a pink hunting blind.
Wudnbird at Dick's Sporting Goods on 03/03/2011