September 10, 2021
Some bowhunters view ground blinds as cramped enclosures that can be difficult to shoot from with archery equipment. BOG busts that myth with its new Grave Digger.
Nearly 6 feet high to provide room for standing shots, the Grave Digger has a width and length of almost 83 inches.
Blinds are a relatively new product category for BOG, but like the company's well-known shooting pods, sticks and rests, the Grave Digger ($489.99; boghunt.com) is rich in features.
Constructed from 600-denier polyester fabric treated for UV protection and water resistance, the Grave Digger is a blind you can set up early and hunt from all season with little worry about damage from the elements.
It has a four-hub design and a triangular footprint to maximize internal space for up to four hunters. The blind's 360-degree curtain-style windows open and close via BOG's StealthTrac system to keep last-minute adjustments quiet, and the StealthZip zipper also reduces sound to a minimum.
The Grave Digger weighs about 25 pounds. It's available in Realtree Excape and Mossy Oak Terra patterns.
Quick Look: Grave Digger Ground Blind Features
- StealthZip™ Silent Zipper
- StealthTrac™ Window Retention System
- 360 Degree Curtain Windows
- 600D Polyester Fabric w/ UV Protection
- 4-Hub Design Creates More Usable Room
- Triangular Footprint and 360 Degree Brush Loops Make for Easy Brushing-In
- Standing Height Design
- 9" Nail Stakes- Standard
- MSRP: $489.99