ALPS Outdoorz Unveils Deception Blind in Mossy Oak Bottomland

posted on March 30, 2020
ALPS Outdoors has announced the latest version of its Deception Ground Blind, now in Mossy Oak Bottomlanda long-time favorite of turkey hunters everywhere. The Deception boasts a low 46-inch profile, a light weight, small footprint and four-hub design, all combining for an easy and quiet setup. The aluminum hubs are constructed with engineered tips and pins, while the frame uses strong, flexible fiberglass poles. For fabric, a durable polyester is utilized, with blacked-out backing for extra concealment. Easy access and a wide field-of-view are achieved with a 270-degree SILENT-Trac window system, and an extra-large door with an oversized number-10 zipper. Finally, two interior pockets keep gear accessible and organized, while a shoulder-strap carry bag eases transportation. For more information on this portable ground blind, visit alpsbrands.comMSRP: $179.99

Deception ground blind in Mossy Oak Bottomland with door open


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