First Look: Fore Runner Ground Blinds

posted on March 6, 2020
With a portable, soft-side design, Fore Runner ground blinds are created to stand up against harsh, late season elements, while still retaining a user-friendly interface. Wheels and a 2" integrated-hitch system allow the Fore Runner to be towed behind an ATV or Side-by-Side. Once at your hunting location, the wheels raise up to keep the setup stationary.

For Runner ground blind sitting in grassy green field, wheels down

In terms of durability, the Fore Runner ground blind garners a large measure of structural support from a rigid aluminum frame—promised to combine with its 600d poly cover to withstand wind and snow. Additionally, this frame means tent stakes and tie-downs are no longer necessary to keep the blind secured to the ground. Finally, for visibility, the Fore Runner is configured with large horizontal and vertical windows, to maximize shooting opportunities. Its interior is similarly spacious, with a three to four person capacity. For more information on this hunting hideout, please visit forerunnerblinds.comMSRP: $1,200


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