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Final Approach Blind Hot Seat

Final Approach Blind Hot Seat

The Final Approach Blind Hot Seat creates a layer of comfort between the hunter and the frozen ground or icy blind bench by retaining the hunter's body heat. The Hot Seat generates and retains warmth when the styrene bead padding inside its sectioned, foldable pads is compressed by the hunter's weight.

The lightweight, rugged pad with a tough polyester exterior slides easily into a ground blind and is easy to clean. Durable straps keep the seat where it belongs without sliding to the bottom of the blind. The seat fits all FA blinds and most competitors' blinds.


Contact: FA Brand; (800) 423-3537; www.fabrand.com


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