If there is a main point of focus on a turkey decoy, it's the head. Every member of our test team had the same comment regarding this option from Bass Pro Shops: The head seems a bit off. Looking past the noggin, however, you find a decoy that's acceptably realistic, sized right, and durable. Portability, however, was on the lower end of the spectrum. The decoy does have what appears to be an inflation valve, but deflating the decoy was difficult, and most testers said they'd simply keep the deke inflated and carry it in a separate bag. That's not an altogether bad solution, as most of the full-body decoys in this test will require similar treatment, but it is a consideration if you are a run-and-gun type of hunter. The decoy's durability was good, though it did suffer some finish damage while testing.