Realtree MAX-5 Low Rider II Layout Blind by Rig ‘Em Right

Realtree Max 5 Blind
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Columbus, GA -( You asked for a low-profile blind that is supremely fast and easy to set up, and Rig ’Em Right delivered.

Unlike any blind ever built, Rig ’Em Right’s Low Rider Layout Blind, available in Realtree MAX-5, uses no pins, sets up in seconds (about 30 to be exact) and has multiple revolutionary design elements. Even though it is a breeze to set up, this layout blind is packed full of features that you’ve come to expect from the industry’s most Heavily Seasoned waterfowl company.

The strategy was simple: Design a low-profile layout blind that you can set-up wearing boxing gloves in a meat locker. Rig ‘Em Right did it.


  • The fastest and easiest setup of any layout blind available
  • Low-profile design for easy hiding and reduced shadows
  • Multi-layered padded seat, backrest and headrest for comfort and warmth
  • Large foot-bag for comfort with zip-out access for cleaning
  • Tough durable bottom for rugged use and long life.
  • Oversized aluminum frame and metal hardware.
  • Storage compartment behind headrest.
  • Easy access flagging holes and see-through face shield
  • Removable shoulder strap



  • Folded: 44 x 36 x 5”
  • Set Up: 96 x 36 x 17”
  • Weight: 20 LBS


About Realtree

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