At Ameristep, “Not Seeing is Believing.” They offer a huge variety of blinds and accessories which help hunters stay comfortably concealed in a variety of outdoor environments. The Care Taker is one of their most popular spider hub blinds.
The spider frame allows for fast, easy setup. Metal-stamped hubs pop out of each panel to create a solid structure which can withstand high winds and heavy rains.
But at 16.75 pounds, the blind is still lightweight and easy-to-carry when taken down. It’s a great option for hunters who want to cover a lot of ground and hunt from various spots throughout the day.
Made from high-quality materials, the Durashell Plus fabric shell keeps you dry even in the pouring rain while staying breathable and cool. A ShadowGuard interior coating prevents shadows and silhouettes from giving away your position. A D-shaped door allows easy entry and exit.
Materials used are durable and damage resistant . You can set it up underneath tree branches and in other rough terrains without risking tears or other issues.
The blind’s mesh has a shoot-through design which allows for clear aiming and easy firing. It’s designed to work equally well for both firearms and bows.
A Realtree Xtra camo pattern provides excellent concealment even in direct sunlight . While the gray/brown pattern fits right at home in just about any forested area, you’ll get the absolute best results in locations with lots of visible timber.
Additionally, the blind is comfortable to sit in for long periods. Two grown adults should be able to sit inside without feeling crowded. The blind has a 69-inch shooting width and is 66 inches tall.
The blind has a 360-view . Three sides have windows which can be opened for shooting. The other side of the blind has the door, which can also be shot through.
For best results, you’ll want to set it up and leave it outdoors for about a day before use. This allows any manufacturing or storage smells to dissipate. Passing game will then have a harder time noticing the blind.