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Wildlife hide

SKU# R422000


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Perfect for wildlife and nature photography

This fantastic wildlife hide with a leaf camouflage print is incredibly spacious and robust. It's easy to erect and collapse, folding up to fit into the handy carry bag with shoulder straps.

The four zip-close windows on all four sides provide a porthole for still photography and birdwatching, or a bigger opening for wider cinematography. The hide can be zipped open and closed from the inside and out. For ground level shots, the low opening at the rear provides plenty of space for more variable shots.

Made from strong polyester, the leaf camouflage print will help you blend in with most natural surroundings and with the extra net material (included) you can cover any window gaps.

For secure and stable fastening in all weather conditions there are tent pegs and guy ropes included, plus extra flaps in each corner to weigh the tent down with rocks on a beach or rocky surface.

The showerproof coating gives the hide water resistance, but the openings mean it is not 100% watertight in heavy rain.

  • - Includes tent pegs, guy ropes and carry bag
  • - Measures 200 x 200 x 200cm
  • - Weighs 5.1kg
  • - Made from durable polyester
  • - Showerproof
  • - Zip-close windows on all four sides
  • - Low opening at rear: perfect for ground level shots
Delivery Returns

This is a direct despatch (DD) item. It will be sent direct from our supplier and will arrive in a separate parcel from other items you order.

Next Day Delivery and Choose The Day Delivery is not available for orders containing DD products as we do not control when the items are despatched.






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Wildlife hide


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