Allen Camo Burlap Fabric
NOW: $12.99 (13% off!)
Set up your hunting area with plenty of camouflage protection by using this Camo Burlap Fabric. With 54 square feet of blind material, you'll have more than enough fabric to hide in the brush. A dull finish allows you to hide better and the fabric is water resistant so you won't get soaked as you wait. Designed for durability, you'll be able to use the Allen® Camo Burlap Fabric for many hunts over many years to come.
- Camo burlap blind material
- Dull finish for better camouflage
- Designed for multiple years of use
- Water resistant
- Size: 4.5' x 12'
- Model: 2566
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 70855746
Rated 4 out of 5áby 5 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5áby Ozzie Poor quality, Poor value I have used camo burlap around my tree stand for several years, with satisfactory results. I purchased two of these from Dick's, but there was a very strong chemical odor. I washed them with baking soda and sportsman's odorless detergent, but the odor remained and most of the camo coloring washed out. I now basically have plain burlap fabric. Very unsatisfactory product. I would not purchase this brand again. August 12, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Bushwacker Strong Fabric Burlap I use it in my blinds sometimes to sit on and other times to wrap around a tree for concealment. June 21, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby jasejeff64 making blind setting up blind for turkey season, I found this product to be versatile and adaptable. I plan on using it for deer season too. April 6, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby R6Rudy Great product for the price!!! I didn't feel like buying an expensive lay down blind to hunt geese for the first time. I had on adequate clothing, covered up with this burlap and made my kills. I may consider a lay down blind for future comfort but this burlap worked quite well for entry level cover. February 25, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby PAPA not my first time using this Streach this around three supportsjust a little bit lower than you will be shooting from. Then hang some thst you have cut verticle about two feet above, you will shoot thru the cuts you made in the top piece.try to do this two or three weeks before the season starts. I have sprayed it with scent killing,or covering or nothing at all and have found the best is vanilla seasoning.(imitation cheeper and works better) I do this three or four times while I am in the stand, more if it is raining. I have had deer walk up 10 or 15 yards from me. September 24, 2015
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