New Pop Up Blind: Ameristep Silent Brickhouse

The modern pop up blind provides today’s hunters with effective and portable concealment. They set up and tear down fast, delivering the ability to hunt with confidence from nearly any location. It’s why many serious deer and turkey hunters have at least one of these blinds in their arsenal.

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The Silent Brickhouse Blind features silent mesh windows with organic shapes that lack hard lines and blend in better with the natural environment.

Known for its rugged Spider Hub® frame, innnovative features and budget-friendly price, the durable Ameristep Brickhouse Blind has been a favorite among hunters since it was first introduced in 2010. And now, the team at Ameristep has updated the original Brickhouse and made it even better… by giving it the silent treatment.

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Like the original, the new Silent Brickhouse™ provides ample room for up to three hunters, but improved features now cloak those hunters in silence. A patent-pending, hinged, silent door system replaces the old zippered design, simplifying entry and exit with absolutely zero noise. Additionally, new silent mesh windows facilitate viewing and shooting adjustments without the alarming sounds of zippers or Velcro.

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The new blind’s hinged, silent door system replaces the old zippered design, for simple entry and exit with absolutely zero noise.

Additional new features of the Silent Brickhouse include patent-pending organic window shapes that lack hard lines and blend in better with the natural environment, as well as an expanded choice of exterior camouflage options. The Silent Brickhouse is available in versatile Mossy Oak Break-Up Country or all-new Realtree Edge.

Ameristep Silent Brickhouse Pop Up Blind Specifications

  • Footprint: 59” x 59”
  • Shooting Width: 75”
  • Height: 67”
  • Weight: 16 lbs.

For more information check out www.ameristep.com/.

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