Avian-X A-Frame Blind

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Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades



Redefining field mobility and portability, this Avian-X A-Frame Blind offers the next best thing to total invisibility in marshes, fence lines, waterways, and even open fields. Don’t waste time searching for cover, take it with you. Features a non-corrosive aluminum modular frame, rugged 900-denier Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades shell, grass straps for using natural vegetation and pockets. The A-Frame design eliminates those bird- flaring hard edges and shadows so common with other blinds. Easily accommodates four hunters, sets up in mere minutes. Includes four adjustable gun clips and EZ-Carry webbing strap. 
Blind measures 96” L X 60” W X 48” T 
Weighs: 26 Lbs.
Available in Mossy Oak Shadowgrass Blades.

Ratings & Reviews

7 reviews

11/8/2018 8:34 pm

Great blind

by Jay

Best blind out there. Quick and easy to put up, lightweight, allowing u s to run and gun

10/16/2019 11:59 am

Good concept - just not durable

by Brian

Bought 2 of these for Canada field hunting to replace lay down blinds. I hunted the blinds for 6 days with some hunts only using 1 blind. It easily fits 4 good sized men and their hunting stuff. The blinds assembled easily each hunt. I recommend using the gun clips provided to hold your guns. The main issues I had w the blinds is the durability. After a couple of days I had rivets pop out. Luckily I had tools to fix or I would have been in bad shape. Also the frames bent very easily. We babied the blinds and kept each panel in place and laid them in the trailer. The blinds will not last a season of reasonable hunting, which is tough considering their cost.

10/27/2019 8:24 pm

Poorly made. No quality control from the manufacturer

by Kevin

Poor quality out of the package. One of the ends was kinked out of the package and wouldn't connect, the strap used when rolling the blind up wouldn't snap together and had to be replaced out of the box and lastly one of the pieces out of the box had a broken chain and somehow I have to fix. This blind is made very poorly. I am guessing has no chance of lasting several seasons. At this point I hope it lasts one season

9/4/2020 8:04 am

Not the most durable.

by Ky

It’s not the most durable and you’ll pinch the daylights out of your fingers if you assemble and break it down often. Some of the rivers holding springs on cross sections popped out mid season but it didn’t hinder the over all functionality.

11/10/2020 9:41 am

A Frame Blind

by Don

Falls apart easily, rickety compared to square tube blinds

1/19/2021 12:57 pm

Good idea cheaply made!!

by Art Nelson

Be prepared to repair it a lot and beef it up rivets pop out a lot the buckles on the end don’t seal the blind up well I had zippers sewn in so it could be heated we hunt cold weather and a blind that has a breeze going threw it at -5 isn’t fun

2/14/2023 5:26 pm

A- frame

by Tony

Easy set up light to carry room enough for 4 people and gear would of be nice if they offered a flip top for it great loops for grass and brush the only other thing is needs a Velcro at the bottom all the way around