Loc: South east, tx
Any of you guys use the Rogers LP goosebuster layout, I hunt mainly walk in spots with pretty good length walks and all my stuff over my shoulder, it looks too fold around the size of a big back pack, for 129.99 it seems like a good deal. Iím just mainly worried about the room inside it.
Have the finisher and the man cave by hard core. The finisher is light, and a quick and easy setup. The man cave is heavy, can be a chore to setup, but has no pins.
That being said, the frame on the man cave is definitely built to last. I have no doubt that frame will outlast me, no problem. I received an extra cover at no charge because the original one has a small tear that happened right before the one year warranty expired. Iíll be using it for a long time. I use it when I can drive up to the spot. Their customer service is also excellent. The finisher gets the nod on longer walks/floats. The frame and cover are definitely not as stout as the man cave
If you want a more traditional layout for better cover, I'd look for one with doors. The top flip drives me nuts and I get hung up in them. Cabela's make a mobile version of their Norther Flight blinds, which are good.
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