Higdon Standard Pintail, Foam Filled

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Beautiful, bright, and meticulously detailed. Now you can get the look of the Higdon pintail in a standard option. These Pintails feature amazing high-contrast detail and beautiful XHD Hyper-Feathering, which highlights each individual feather with amazing clarity. Whether your trying to increase numbers in your spread or add mobility to your set up, these Standard Pintails are a great option for any waterfowl hunter. Multiple body postures and head positions add life to your setup. Standard size decoys are slightly undersized from an average live duck, and are perfect for hunters looking for lightweight, packable, affordable decoys. Use them on their own, to pack in to your favorite public spot, or to add numbers and variety to any spread. Self-righting, forward-weighted keel for quick and easy set-up in any water depth. Higdon's innovative keel clip allows simple short stringing in shallow water. Higdon's highly detailed, proprietary UV painting process and deep realistic carving techniques highlight each individual feather and minimize unnatural glare, even when decoys are wet. The paint won't peel or fade, so your decoys will look great season after season. Package includes: 3 Upright Drakes, 1 Skimmer Drake and 2 Resting Hens. As a Ducks Unlimited Official Licensed Product, a percentage of your purchase will go toward wetland conservation.

Drake High: 14.625 Inches Beak to Tail, 5.125 Inches Wide; 11.52oz;
Drake Low: 14.375 Inches Beak to Tail, 5.25 Inches Wide; 11.59oz;
Drake Skimmer: 17 Inches Beak to Tail, 5.375 Inches Wide; 11.97oz;
Hen Rester: 13.5 Inches Beak to Tail, 5.25 Inches Wide; 11.97oz;


  • Weighted keel
  • Multiple head postures
  • Lightweight and packable
  • Realistic details for finishing birds
  • Short-stringing keel design
  • Official Decoy of Ducks Unlimited
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