About the True Timber Brand
True Timber 4.000000 5 Average Rating:
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 give yourself an edge this season.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Guide's Wife from E WA on Monday, March 26, 2018So the seams are not very wide and the stitching was pulled loose easily by my dogs in a matter of minutes on one of the 3. The material is fairly durable, and the reflective strips are kind of nice, but if the stitching is weak, it isn't going to last.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bama Bow from Alabama on Tuesday, August 18, 2015Gets you in the woods dry and well hidden. Not a $300 blind mind you, but I got 2 for less than that. Plenty of room for 2 or one with a bow. My kids love it too. Oil your zippers.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Len allen from Wyo. on Thursday, August 13, 2015I like the easy quick set up and nice shooting flaps the door is a little small but not a problem .the storage bag would work better if it had 2 back pack straps for hands free tote
Verified Buyer Reviewed by karl from maryland on Saturday, August 8, 2015Nice and wide just would be better if taller but for the price I couldnt pass up and bought 2. My local sporting good store sells thek for $90 and i got 2 for $116 shipped. Windows are quiet, mesh is ok.
Reviewed by Anonymous from Fayetteville, Arkansas, U. S. A. on Saturday, July 11, 2015A nice blind with plenty of window space to shoot through. Two drawbacks: 11. The stakes are not particularly well made. I suggest you hie off to a sporting goods store and buy some or if STP carries tent stakes buy those when you order this. The other drawback for me was I couldn't find instructions for the opening. So I looked like a Mad Russian dancing to Igor Stravinsky's Rite of Spring in trying to open this. This is my second ground blind. The first was a different kind but two nice bucks were sgot from it last season. I bought this in the event my grandson can skip school and go hunti8inf with me.
Once I figured out how to open this without looking like I was doing a Russian Tatar Dance it became easy to put up and take down. I suggest buying extra cord to help tie this down. Once the hub are snapped into place it is a sturdy piece. Tying and staking it down will help hold it to the ground.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by eidsvolling from NH on Monday, April 13, 2015This 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.
For the money I think it's a good value.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by WJB from western New York on Thursday, December 18, 2014Spacious, sets up quickly, plenty of viewing ports. It is especially good for crossbows where tight quarters can be dangerous.
Reviewed by Hcore hunter from Pennsylvania on Tuesday, December 2, 2014This 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.
Reviewed by rljb from Colorado on Thursday, October 30, 2014I bought this in August to use for pronghorn archery, and turkey in the spring. It held up well on a pretty windy day and also on a rainy cold day. It has plenty of room for me and my gear. I am looking forward to spring turkey season with it.
Sets up quickly
hubs and material are in good shape and have handled the weather fine
Plenty of room for me and gear. Two guys could hunt in it.
The stakes that come with it are not good. I bought some kelty tent stakes here at Sierra which I use instead.
It does not have built in loops for adding brush or branches. I was able to use the straps from the hubs, along with twine to add some.
The bag that it comes in is kinda of thin, but I strap it to a backpack to carry it in, so it is holding up fine so far.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bustem65 from CA,CO on Tuesday, May 27, 2014Got this for rifle elk/deer hunting. It sets up easily and appears to be pretty well made for the price you can't beat it. Bought mostly to be a windbreak as opposed to really trying to hide.