First Look: Rhino Blinds 180 Pro FD

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posted on June 18, 2024
Lederhino 180 Pro FD Interior

The Rhino 180 Pro FD hunting blind builds on the original Rhino 180 with a multitude of improved features. Constructed of hard-wearing 300D fabric, this hub-style hunting blind features a two-way mesh system that prevents wild game from seeing in, while allowing hunters to see out without obstruction. The new-and-improved roof-to-ground mesh cuts down on exterior glare while further keeping hunters inside the blind concealed with a full 180-degree view of whatever might be outside.

Rhino 180 Pro FD

Within, an upgraded hub system creates a rigid exterior where each fabric panel stays tight and flap-free, even in strong winds. A huge, full walk-through door takes advantage of a zipper to help keep the blind structure tight as a drum while still allowing hunters to walk inside the blind without the hassle of trying to get their gear in first or taking off a backpack, much less having to unsling a bow, gun or crossbow to fit through the door.

Rhino 180 Pro FD

Available in Realtree Edge or Mossy Oak Country DNA camo, the Rhino 180 Pro FD is designed to melt into almost any environment and can easily have other natural habitat added with the included brush-in straps around the top and bottom of the blind. Multiple silent-slide windows open quietly and offer 270-degrees of shooting. With a floor plan of 58 inches by 58 inches, an inside height of 66 inches, and ample  frelbow room of 75 inches from hub-to-hub in every direction, this blind can comfortably hold up to three people. Setup and takedown can be accomplished via a five-panel, hub-style system. An included set of rugged ground stakes helps secure the blind in place while in use.

For more information on this 16-pound, three-person blind, which comes with a carry bag for easy portability in and out of the deer woods, visit feradyne.com. MSRP: $279.99

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