Advantage serves up 2-Man Whitetail Hunting blind ahead of deer season

The 2-Man Whitetail blind can be elevated on the SCENTite Quadpod Kit, as shown here. (Photo: Advantage Hunting)

The 2-Man Whitetail blind can be elevated on the SCENTite Quadpod Kit, as shown here. (Photo: Advantage Hunting)

Advantage Hunting introduces a new hunting blind, the 2-Man Whitetail, catering to Whitetail deer hunters looking to consistently drop deer year after year.

The 2-man blind aims to aid hunters rake in more deer by offering a roomy, comfortable spot that can either install in an elevated position or settled on the ground. Easy to use and maintain, the blind can withstand real-world hunting conditions with its rigid frame and enclosed hunting blind.

Constructed from heavy duty Polyethylene Black Shell the blind boasts polycarbonate windows and a bolt-through design with interlocking corners. Alongside the carpeted 3/4-inch pressure-treated floor, the blind touts itself as waterproof, bug-resistant, safe and quiet.

The blind can also be placed directly on the ground. (Photo: Advantage Hunting)

The blind can also be placed directly on the ground. (Photo: Advantage Hunting)

Windows flip up and out of the way, offering a 360-degree shooting angle. Shooters can drop deer from a rifle, muzzleloader, vertical bow or crossbow using the tilted windows that provide an unencumbered view.

For elevated hunts, the blind is equipped with an optional trap door, for easy access when paired with the SCENTite Quadpod kit.

Weighing just 165-pounds, the blind is sturdy enough to withstand a 500-pound load. It’s 5-foot by 5-foot floor space provides enough room for two men, while also allowing for transport in the back of a pickup truck.

“Why not hunt your favorite spots this coming season with more comfort and less fatigue? An Advantage whitetail blind allows you to hunt harder and longer while simultaneously making it more difficult for deer to tell you are there,” the company said in a press release. “Late spring and early summer – right now – is a great time to put in a Whitetail blind. Deer will become accustom to it long before deer season arrives and your best spot will be even better.”

No word yet on pricing.