The idea for True Timber came in 2005, when the company’s founder, Rusty Sellars, was perched in a deer stand, gazing down at the ground of a South Carolina mixed hardwood and pine forest. After snapping a photo of the foliage, Sellars soon developed a new camo pattern, and True Timber was born. Over the next few years, True Timber camo quickly gained popularity, and the company has continued to research and test new and better patterns. Check out True Timber hunting clothing or outfit yourself with a True Timber blind, and gi ... Learn more about True Timberve yourself an edge this season. ... Less
Reviewed by eidsvolling from NH on Monday, April 13, 2015
This is my first blind. The layout of the windows impresses me with its functionality. I found that my 52" Kodiak Magnum works well, but I occasionally strike the roof with my 60" Kodiak even when canted about 45º. A longer bow would not be easy or perhaps even feasible to use, even when heavily canted. I'm 6' tall and the door is a little small for easy access.
Getting it erected requires initial practice and faith that you're not about to break something. It's certainly possible to do that, so read the instructions, GUYS, and practice at home a few times.
Reviewed by Hcore hunter from Pennsylvania on Tuesday, December 02, 2014
This is a great one person blind. It could hold two people but it would be a bit tight. I've only used it once so I can't comment on the water resistance, but it sets up quickly and quietly and seems to be really durable. Overall is a great blind for the price.
True Timber 2nds:
Cosmetic Blems or Irregulars. Minor cosmetic blemishes or slight irregularities
which do not affect the fit, performance, or longevity of the item. Label is
usually clipped or marked by the manufacturer. A small flaw means big savings.
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