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Hunting Blind Floor Mats #8631752 06/30/22 02:41 PM
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Eclipse Outdoor Products currently offers all-weather floor mats for Redneck Buck Palace and soft side blinds, as well as Muddy Bull blinds. These floor mats are made using the same material and processes as the top automotive mats on the market. Durable and easy to clean, they will keep your blinds protected and looking new for years to come.

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Re: Hunting Blind Floor Mats [Re: EclipseOutdoorProducts] #8631921 06/30/22 06:15 PM
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Nice looking product up

Any issues with the blind floor being slippery when it gets wet?


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Thanks! We haven't had any complaints yet. The ribs really seem to help with wet and muddy boots.

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I think I would still want carpet to make quieter.


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Leave the carpet below? Are these rubber or hard plastic? Are they like weather tech floor mats?

Re: Hunting Blind Floor Mats [Re: EclipseOutdoorProducts] #8632040 06/30/22 09:33 PM
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The foam that comes in a Redneck or the carpet that comes in a Muddy blind can be left under the mat if you choose. The mats are essentially the same material as a Weathertech. They can easily be rolled up and removed for cleaning.

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welcome What other products do y'all offer?


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Re: Hunting Blind Floor Mats [Re: EclipseOutdoorProducts] #8632093 06/30/22 11:13 PM
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Thanks! Just have the mats at the moment, but working on a new blind design.

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Looks great! Where are they made?

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They’re proudly made in the USA.

Re: Hunting Blind Floor Mats [Re: freerange] #8632297 07/01/22 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by freerange
I think I would still want carpet to make quieter.

How much noise do you make while sitting in your stand? I never put anything on the plywood floor of my blinds. Carpet gets wet, mice like it, traps dirt, gets muddy, chair won't roll easily on it, gets nasty pretty quick. A wood floor, nothing on it won't stay damp, easy to roll chair into shooting position quietly, sweep it once year and you're good. This is the only thing I've ever seen that I'd put down on the floor of my blind, if they are made to my size. Did I say I don't like carpet in blinds?


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Appreciate all the positive comments. You can order mats directly from our website or feel free to PM me for anyone interested.

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Is there a non-ribbed version?


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Not at the moment. Can’t say that’s something we’ve considered. We’re working on a generic 4x4 and 5x5 square. That might be something we should look into.

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Great product, and you have already down the measuring and cutting to fit these oddball shaped blinds on the market. For our home-made rectangular ones, we just use stall mats from the ranch stores.

https://www.calranch.com/north-west-rubber-standard-stall-mat-4-ft-x-6-ft-sku6821001

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How well do office chairs roll on this rib mat? Do you make a non rib version? Have one already cut to size for Ranch King Little Buck?

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I’m not exactly sure on the office chair. I used a fixed swivel chair. I will drag an office chair out to a display blind and see how it rolls and report back.

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Office chair move easily across our mat. PM your phone number and I can text you the video.

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Originally Posted by onlysmith&wesson
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I think I would still want carpet to make quieter.

How much noise do you make while sitting in your stand? I never put anything on the plywood floor of my blinds. Carpet gets wet, mice like it, traps dirt, gets muddy, chair won't roll easily on it, gets nasty pretty quick. A wood floor, nothing on it won't stay damp, easy to roll chair into shooting position quietly, sweep it once year and you're good. This is the only thing I've ever seen that I'd put down on the floor of my blind, if they are made to my size. Did I say I don't like carpet in blinds?


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Originally Posted by freerange
I think I would still want carpet to make quieter.

How much noise do you make while sitting in your stand? I never put anything on the plywood floor of my blinds. Carpet gets wet, mice like it, traps dirt, gets muddy, chair won't roll easily on it, gets nasty pretty quick. A wood floor, nothing on it won't stay damp, easy to roll chair into shooting position quietly, sweep it once year and you're good. This is the only thing I've ever seen that I'd put down on the floor of my blind, if they are made to my size. Did I say I don't like carpet in blinds?


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you haven't lived life until you have some orange shag in your blind..

I've had some shag in my blind, just not orange.


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Originally Posted by onlysmith&wesson
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Originally Posted by freerange
I think I would still want carpet to make quieter.

How much noise do you make while sitting in your stand? I never put anything on the plywood floor of my blinds. Carpet gets wet, mice like it, traps dirt, gets muddy, chair won't roll easily on it, gets nasty pretty quick. A wood floor, nothing on it won't stay damp, easy to roll chair into shooting position quietly, sweep it once year and you're good. This is the only thing I've ever seen that I'd put down on the floor of my blind, if they are made to my size. Did I say I don't like carpet in blinds?


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you haven't lived life until you have some orange shag in your blind..

I've had some shag in my blind, just not orange.

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