Barronett Blinds Cool Factor 2 Person Vented Hub Blind, Blades Camo

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Barronett Blinds Cool Factor 2 Person Vented Hub Blind, Blades Camo

  • Versatile window configurations great for archery or gun use
  • 4 separate roof vents can be opened or closed
  • Durable, waterproof, tightly woven 150D fabric with a black interior coating
  • Ground skirt around entire blind keeps wind out while containing scents and shielding movement
  • Convenient carrying bag included

On hot days, our testing revealed that the temperature inside a blind can exceed outside temperatures by up to 40 Degree Fahrenheit. With the Cool Factor, there was 3 times less temperature rise, making blind hunting in hot weather a whole lot more comfortable. The Cool Factor blind has 4 roof vents, letting heat out, without letting light in.

Price: $ 229.99
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One Response to “Barronett Blinds Cool Factor 2 Person Vented Hub Blind, Blades Camo”
  1. edfoskey says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    We had three hunters in comfortably in seats with clear view of our firing lines, June 25, 2015
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    We had three hunters in comfortably in seats with clear view of our firing lines. Set up was a breeze. We had tracked wild hogs for three weeks. After 4 hours of sitting and waiting, about 20 minutes before the hogs’ “dinner time” at the feeder a group of teens on four wheelers drove down the logging road about 100 yards from where we were set up. I think that spooked them because we waited three more hours before calling it a day. It was 85-90 degrees in the heat of the day, and we were not too hot.

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