First Look: ALPS OutdoorZ Browning Envy Blind

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posted on June 21, 2021
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ALPS OutdoorZ has unveiled the Browning Envy blind for 2021. Developed to address the needs of needs of ground-based bowhunters, or any hunter who seeks maneuverability, silence, and concealment, the Browning Envy features an 82-inch (6-foot 10-inch) center height and 74-inch shooting width. This massive amount of headroom allows all but the very tallest of compound bowhunters to stand when taking their shot, while those toting traditional bows will not have to worry about limb impact when seated.

Incorporated into the Browning Envy blind are silent-operation features such as a Silent-Trac window system that permits the windows to be raised or lowered quietly, while still providing near infinite adjustability to meet changing concealment and positional needs. Another nod to stealth comes via the QuickConnect silent-entry door system. This system utilizes magnets along the door seam for silent entry and exit, and no-fumble hooks to ensure the door remains closed even in high-wind conditions.­­

A durable 600D polyester fabric comprises the Envy’s wall and window curtain construction, while shoot-through mesh is used across the 180-degree window openings. Support comes from flexible fiberglass poles connected to aluminum hubs. In addition to the 180-degree window placement, the Envy incorporates two camera window ports for still photography or video applications, and a 360-degree ground skirt to deliver concealment, minimize light intrusion, and help keep scent in.

Available in Realtree Excape and Mossy Oak Country DNA, the Browning Envy blind also includes a bow hanger, deluxe stakes with tie-downs, brush loops, and four gear pockets. For more information on this 23-pound concealment solution, please visit alpsoutdoorz.com.

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