Alps OutdoorZ announces new Delta Waterfowl Alpha Dog Blind

(Photo: Alps OutdoorZ)

The Delta Waterfowl Alpha Dog Blind joins Alps OutdoorZ lineup of Delta Waterfowl gear. (Photo: Alps OutdoorZ)

Alps OutdoorZ is bringing a new Delta Waterfowl Alpha Dog Blind to mans’ best friend in 2018.

The company announced the new Alpha Dog Blind designed to offer comfort and concealment to hunters’ four-legged companions. Utilizing Realtree Max-5 600D polyester fabric with black-out backing, the dog blind is constructed with a triangle shape that offers concealment from prey. In addition, the tapered roof peak is constructed to offer an unobstructed vantage point.

The padded polyester floor adds a layer of comfort to the blind while the magnetic dual-swing front door and rear door with buckle closure allow dogs to easily enter and exit on retrieves. Featuring an aluminum hub design, the dog blind is quick and easy to set up, says Alps OutdoorZ. The blind comes with a paracord handle and shoulder carry bag for efficient transport on the go.

“We are really excited about the new Alpha Dog Blind. With its unique and quick-access design, we feel this is the most versatile and effective dog blind on the market,” Alps OutdoorZ Product Manager Zach Scheidegger said in a statement. “It’s a perfect extension to the Delta Waterfowl gear offerings.”

No word yet on what price point the Delta Waterfowl Alpha Dog Bling will slip into or when hunters can expect to see it out in the wild.

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