SilloSock Windsock Decoys

These are the decoys that defined our company as SilloSocks. SilloSocks was the first to combine the best features of silhouette decoys and windsock decoys to make... well, SilloSocks! Add the shape of a silhouette and the motion of windsock to your spread in a small, light package that is quick and easy to deploy in the field.

Durable and realistic design

These decoys feature a corrugated plastic silhouette head, and a durable tyvek windsock body. Every decoy comes with a realistic head design, and no-glare screen printed body so there is no shine even on the brightest days. Our 2D windsocks are available in a variety of different species so you can add diversity to your spread - Snow, Juvie Snow, Blue Snow, Canada, Specklebelly, Mallard and Sandhill Crane. 

SilloSocks Snow Goose Windsock Decoy

Light, slim and pack-able

With the silhouette head, and windsock body, these decoys are extremely light and slim. Fold them flat to pack dozens of decoys into a single bag. You can fit huge spreads of decoys into the bed of a single pickup, no trailer needed! On those days when driving into the field is not an option, you can still carry dozens of decoys to the X without breaking your back. 

SilloSocks Canada Goose Windsock Feeder

Motion with any wind

Because of the lightweight design and windsock body, these decoys will dance around even on the most calm days. With just a light breeze the decoys will rotate with the direction of the wind so you don't have to spend half your hunt moving decoys because of shifting winds. Built into the silhouette head is a rigid spine that prevents the windsock from thrashing around on heavy wind days. 

SilloSocks Mallard Duck Windsock Decoy

Versatile, easy to deploy stakes

Quickly deploy massive spreads of these decoys with the small diameter spring steel stakes that easily push into the ground. These stakes are incredibly durable and will push into even the toughest frozen ground. Even on the coldest days when your hands are too cold to move, use a drill to pre-drill holes in the ground (and even ice!) or use a rubber mallet to pound in the stakes.