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Boat Blind Material

Postby Gimpster » Sun Oct 09, 2011 6:29 pm

Anyone know a good material for boat blinds? I had the woven material in 4' x 4' sheets, but it rotted and fell apart after a couple years. Was thinking the Camo Netting from Military store, but it''s green..not sure that matters too much..let me know your thoughts and what you're using...mostly hitting marshes with beige grass and dark shore lines.
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Re: Boat Blind Material

Postby shane019 » Wed Jun 20, 2012 3:31 pm

Late post but, I am using 1000D cordura material for my boat blind..... It is waterproof and windproof.... I bought Kahki color and am planning on sewing nylon straps so I can stubble it.
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