Looking to get ready for turkey season on your homestead? Rig Em’Right has recently released a new series of ground blinds to help you do just that. This collection, termed the HydeOut, showcases the first ground blind ever available in Gore Optifade Concealment patterns. It is available in three sizes: HydeOut XL, HydeOut, and HydeOut Go, and comes in Gore Optifade Subalpine and Timber patterns.
Effective concealment is key when it comes to hunting any type of game. The new HydeOut collection offers a functional and comfortable way to stay hidden in the field when it matters most. HydeOut XL has room for two people, HydeOut has room for one, and HydeOut Go is a bifold panel blind for the run and gun style hunter. The blinds sport an Optifade Concealment interior, to ensure you’ll disappear inside without the need to wear black. The silent entry and exit system, plus one-way mesh windows keep you unseen, while a 360-degree views mean you’ll be in perfect position wherever your target comes into sight.
“We’ve been making premium waterfowl gear for nearly 16 years and, while we’ll continue to do just that, it’s time to expand our product offerings,” said Rig’Em Right founder & president, Matthew Cagle. “The Rig’Em Right brand stands for innovation and quality, and through our long-standing partnership with the awesome folks at Sitka Gear, we’re thrilled to introduce The HydeOut collection. The HydeOut blinds are perfect for turkey, antelope, whitetail, and other big game hunts. This new category means new hunters, new friends, and a whole lot more fun.”
HydeOut features a variety of hunter-friendly components including high visibility attachments that make adjustments easy in low light, convenient straps for added vegetation and extra concealment, a heavy duty frame that proves this thing is no joke, an orange center hub making for easy set up, and removable reflectors on all sides, to keep the blind easy to locate in the dark.
HydeOut is available in retailers across the country and online at rigemright.com. MSRP: $139.99-$529.99
A humble homesteader based in an undisclosed location, Lars Drecker splits his time between tending his little slice of self-sustaining heaven, and bothering his neighbors to do his work for him. This is mainly the fault of a debilitating predilection for fishing, hunting, camping and all other things outdoors. When not engaged in any of the above activities, you can normally find him broken down on the side of the road, in some piece of junk he just “fixed-up.”