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Gear Check: 360-Degree View in New Pop-Up Hunting Blind

Browning introduces Eclipse ground blinds to meet broad range of hunting needs.

Gear Check: 360-Degree View in New Pop-Up Hunting Blind

Browning Camping & Hunting Blinds introduces the new Eclipse, a new series of pop-up blinds designed to meet the specific needs of ground hunters across a broad range of environments and hunting styles.

The new Browning Eclipse features the QUICKCONNECT magnetic door system—magnets sewn into the door seams to allow a hunter to open and close the blind for easy and quiet entrance and exit. The Silent-Trac window system utilizes split upper and lower windows that can be raised or lowered, offering unlimited viewing configurations.

Another key feature of the Browning Eclipse is its 360-degree viewing area. Many blinds on the market offer a 180-degree forward-facing view with smaller windows for the 180-degree rear-facing view. This often restricts blind setup options, especially when working with challenging terrain or environmental conditions or when setting a blind deep into natural cover, which can be problematic for door placement. The Eclipse gives hunters unlimited viewing and door placement options so that entry/exit is never restricted and optimal viewing is achieved for any setup.

Constructed of durable 600D polyester fabric with a blacked-out interior backing to maximize concealment, the Eclipse features aluminum hubs with engineered tips and pins along with strong fiberglass poles to deliver sturdy support and reliable function in any climate. Also incorporated into the Eclipse are four interior gear pockets for easy access to binos, calls, rangefinders, and other essentials, a bow hanger, brush-in loops to enhance concealment, stakes with tie-downs, and a shoulder carry bag.


The Browning Eclipse is available in two camo patterns: Realtree EXCAPE™ and Mossy Oak® Country DNA®.


Browning Eclipse Blind Specifications

  • Center Height: 5’ 6”
  • Shooting Width: 72 inches
  • Weight: 19 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 59W x 59D x 66H inches

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