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I have always borrowed layout blinds from people that I have hunted with. I am finally looking at purchasing my own and looking for feedback from people on models and brands to buy. I am 5'11'' 240 lbs with very broad shoulders. I would like to keep the price at or under $150. Suggestions?
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tanglefree blinds are best for bigger guys and a pillow in it for more confort
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I was at Rogers last weekend. They have a nice one that should be large enough and is $150.
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Im 6'5" 260 with broad shoulders and prefer the Ground Force. Packs up nice and big enough for me
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Cabela's Ultimate elite, had mine for a few years now and use it every season! works great and has been flawless for me as I've never had a failure or problem.
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Why buy one when you been getting to use one for FREE !. Just kidding, What about the ones you have been using ?? Do you like them ?? Do they Fit ?? There is a good start for buying one
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