Best Treestands – Climbing for the money

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  Summit Treestands Goliath SD Ultra Climbing Tree Stand Summit Treestands Viper Classic SC Climbing Treestand Summit Treestands Viper SD Ultra Climbing Treestand Primal Treestands The Vulcan Climbing Treestand Summit Treestands 180 Max SD Climbing Tree Stand API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Grand Slam Extreme Climbing Treestand Lone Wolf Wide Sit and Climb II Treestand API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Crusader Climbing Treestand API Outdoors® Supreme Climbing Treestand X-Stand Mini X-1 Climbing Treestand Summit Treestands Mini Viper™ SD Climbing Treestand Summit Treestands Titan SD Climbing Treestand Summit Treestands Viper SD Climbing Treestand API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Bowhunter Climbing Treestand Muddy® The Stalker Climbing Treestand Lone Wolf Wide Flip-Top Climber X-Stand Treestands Sit N' Climb Treestand API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Quest Climbing Treestand X-Stand Treestands X-1 Climbing Treestand
  Summit Treestands Goliath SD Ultra Climbing Tree Stand Summit Treestands Viper Classic SC Climbing Treestand Summit Treestands Viper SD Ultra Climbing Treestand Primal Treestands The Vulcan Climbing Treestand Summit Treestands 180 Max SD Climbing Tree Stand API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Grand Slam Extreme Climbing Treestand Lone Wolf Wide Sit and Climb II Treestand API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Crusader Climbing Treestand API Outdoors® Supreme Climbing Treestand X-Stand Mini X-1 Climbing Treestand Summit Treestands Mini Viper™ SD Climbing Treestand Summit Treestands Titan SD Climbing Treestand Summit Treestands Viper SD Climbing Treestand API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Bowhunter Climbing Treestand Muddy® The Stalker Climbing Treestand Lone Wolf Wide Flip-Top Climber X-Stand Treestands Sit N' Climb Treestand API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Quest Climbing Treestand X-Stand Treestands X-1 Climbing Treestand
Platform size 21"W x 31″D. 20"W x 28"D. - 28.75"L x 20"W. 20"W x 28"D. 30" x 19.5". 17"W x 29"D. 21"W x 31"D. 20"W x 28"D. 26"W x 19"D. 20" W x 24.75" L. 20"W x 26"D. 30"L x 19.5"W. 20”W x 28”D. 28-3/4”L x 20"W. 30-3/4"L x 21"W. 20”W x 36”D. 20"W x 26"D. -
Seat size 19"W x 10″D. - - 12"L x 18"W. 17"W x 9"D x 2" thick. -  15"W x 9"D.  19"W x 10"D. 17"W x 11"D x 2" thick. 16.5"W x 9.5"D. - 17"W x 11"D x 2" thick. 21"W.  20”W x 12”D. - 18"L x 12"W. 18”W x 12”D. 19"W x 12"D x 4" thick. -
Wt 12 lbs. 20 lbs. - 29 lbs. 27 lbs. -  9 lbs. (frame); 11 lbs. (with accessories). 11 lbs. 23 lbs. 34 lbs. 18 lbs. 22 lbs. - 18.5 lbs. 20 lbs. 25 lbs. 21 lbs. 26 lbs. -
Wt. capacity 300 lbs. 300 lbs. - 300 lbs. 300 lbs. -  250 lbs. 300 lbs. 300 lbs. 300 lbs. 300 lbs. 300 lbs. - 300 lbs. 300 lbs. 350 lbs. 300 lbs. 350 lbs. -
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Summit Treestands Goliath SD Ultra Climbing Tree Stand

  • Lightweight spacious design – ideal for larger hunters
  • Deadmetal sound-deadening technology
  • QuickDraw cable-retention system simplifies and speeds up attachment
  • RapidClimb stirrups for safe, secure climbing
  • Includes Code-Blue Smoke wind checker and Calming Zone
  • The wide platform of the Summit Treestands Goliath SD Ultra Climbing Treestand gives hunters extra room to move while still weighing in at an easy-to-carry 21 lbs. The aluminum five-channel platform frame features Deadmetal™ sound-deadening technology with a custom-engineered expanding foam to reduce unintentional noises. QuickDraw® cable-retention system simplifies and speeds up cable attachment with silent efficiency. Just size the cable to your tree's diameter, insert the cable into the retention bracket and the QuickDraw® trigger locks securely in place. Pull the trigger to remove stand from the tree. SummitLokt® high-quality extruded aluminum and precision welds provide maximum rigidity and strength with each joint locked into place before welding. Quickly and safely climb to your desired height using the ergonomic RapidClimb® stirrups that keep boots securely attached to the platform. They adjust to fit any size of boots. Wide foam-padded seat and backrest, footrest and camo arm pad ensure in-stand comfort. Stand includes utility strap, camo backpack straps, stand umbilical rope, Code-Blue Smoke wind checker and Calming Zone. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD). Five-year manufacturer's limited warranty.
    Seat size: 18"W x 12"D.
    Platform size: 20"L x 36"W.
    Wt: 21 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 350 lbs.
    Camo pattern: Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity®.



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    Summit Treestands Viper Classic SC Climbing Treestand

  • Snakeable steel cables with QuickDraw triggers
  • Steel five-channel platform delivers strength
  • Full-perimeter frame for sit-down or stand-up use
  • RapidClimb stirrups eliminate toe straps
  • Find the perfect tree to hunt from and get into position with Summit Treestands Viper Classic SC Climbing Treestand. Made of rugged steel, it provides the perfect place to sit and watch for game. The full-perimeter frame has a closed front for sit-down or stand-up use. Snakeable, coated steel cables with QuickDraw™ triggers make it easy to attach to the tree without pins, knobs, nuts or bolts. Steel five-channel platform delivers strength. Suspended foam-padded seat and backrest provide a comfortable place to wait out your trophy. RapidClimb™ stirrups eliminate the need for pull-on toe straps. Includes camo backpack straps, green utility strap and umbilical rope. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD). Manufacturer's limited five-year warranty.
    Tree size: 8" to 20" dia.
    Seat backrest: 20"H x 12"W.
    Seat size: 12"L x 18"W.
    Platform size: 28.75"L x 20"W.
    Wt: 29 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    Hey guys Chris Anderson with pursuit hunting comm bringing you. Another straight shooting gear review today we'll be talking about. One of my favorite pieces of gear the summit Viper climbing tree stand. You know you visited my website which is pursued hunting comm. You know I like to deer hunt using what I call the pursuit style of hunting and in a nutshell. That means is I like to take the hunt to the deer. Than trying to bring the deer to. And to do I concentrate on figuring out the deers natural movements by scouting hard. And reading the sign interpreting it. And then keeping good records of what I find and to hunt like. It requires that I'd be extremely mobile. Because deers patterns are constantly changing and. That during the season. Ivery seldom hunt the same tree twice there are. Several reasons for. Ithink statistically your odds are highest the first time. You hunt a spot I generally have quite a. Few spots I can jump around to so. Itry not to over hunt a spot by repeatedly climbing the same tree. If I'm hunting the same general location like. If there's a dominant white oak tree at the deer feeding on. Imay climb different trees around. That for different reasons. That could be that the winds changing it could be the deer saw. And it's in the tree. Iwas in it could be. That sometimes the deer will tend to favor. One side of the tree versus the other. They might feed on the uphill side for a. While then move the downhill side so.

    Imight want to move closer to. Iexpected here to be actually feeding and then again there's my whole ATV issue. Once I'm up in a tree. And spend a few hours there. Ikind of need some new scenery so. That put together I need to. Ineed a climber I very seldom hunting out of a ladder stand. Or a lock-on stand I almost exclusively hunt out of a climber. Because I'm I'm traveling quite a bit by foot. One that's light one that's quiet. One that's sturdy one that's comfortable. And above all else. One that's safe this summit Viper is. That I've used for years it's probably. One of my favorite pieces of hunting gear. It is just a terrific tree stand. Iwould say it's basically the benchmark.

    All the climbers would be judged against so let. You a little bit about. It is a two piece stand it's constructed of aluminum tube tubing which is. You call it tubing its square tubing here. And then the cross pieces are. Some type of channel aluminum it's. All welded everything is welded there're no bolts. Or other types of connections to rattle around so. It is very quiet the seat on the viper is 18 inches wide. And has a 20-inch backrest. That comes about like. It weighs about 20 pounds the cables here are adjustable to fit trees ranging anywhere from 80 to 20 inches in diameter which. Ithink is pretty good pretty wide range. It should give you enough versatility to be able to hunt just about anywhere.

    You want if you're looking for a slightly bigger stand. Iget oh I didn't mention. That the load capacity on. This stand is 300 pounds. If you're a bigger guy. You want something. That can handle a little bit heavier load. That may be a little bit wider. It makes the Goliath which is essentially the same stand but. It has a 350 pound capacity. And the top unit is. This piece here are 2 inches wider the bottom unit is exactly the same the platform is exactly the same. And then they also make the Titan which is basically the same tree stand as. Both the bottom and the top are larger. You get about two inches. More room two inches. More width on both the top. And the bottom it weighs about. It weighs about five pounds. This then this 20-pound Viper here so you've got you've got quite a bit of versatility. If you're a bigger size guy. It comes with everything. You need all the straps.

    And attachments. It comes with some climbing stirrups. These stirrups that are on. That a friend of mine made for me he's a metal fabricator. Some custom ones for me. Idon't think any way shape. Or form Cerie to have the metal ones the plastic ones on. All my friends who use. This particular stand have held up just fine but God made. These for me I thought. Ithought I'd put them on there. Ithought they look cool but completely unnecessary compared to the plastic ones. That come with it okay we're gonna break in. And go out to the woods. And I'm gonna give you a little demonstration of how. This tree stand kind of focusing on. Some things that I've picked up over years. And years of using it. Isay years and years I've probably used. It for six or seven years. Now but just some little tips. And tricks that I've picked up on. That might be helpful for anybody who already has.

    One of these stands. Anybody who's considering using it so go do. And then we'll come back. And we'll go through my analysis of. This stand okay, so I'm gonna take a little bit of time. And show this tree stand. What I'm going to focus on is safety. Some things that I've picked up over the years. That make it a little bit. More comfortable to use maybe a little quieter. And just little tips. And tricks that I've picked up from having used. It for many years but by no means should. What I say replace the safety instructions from the manufacturer. Anything I say contradicts the manufacturer's instructions follow their instructions not mine okay first thing is always done. Everything the same way every time. And basic military training I always have a procedure. Ialways follow that procedure. That way you're not going to forget. Something okay so like for instance.

    Iunstrap my tree stand. Ialways take the strap. Ialways put it in the same pocket. This is very important you're going to need. This is a really important safety piece here okay. What I do is I put the top part the top half of the tree stand on the tree first. That way it kind of helps. Me to get it out of the way. Some guys like to adjust. Both sides of the cable. Itypically just adjust. One side unless the tree is large enough. That I've got to adjust. Both sides to get more cable. Iusually just do one side towards. And kind of put it right here on my hip. Ican pull down the clip here with my thumb. And work this capable out like. That I'm going to come around here to. This side of the tree. What I do is I just put the stand up on the tree like. This reach around and hook. It on like this no there's a little bit of an art to putting this on the tree.

    You have to you have to figure out. How much lean you need in. How much you need down at the bottom of the tree. And that's kind of function of the overall size the tree generally smaller trees. You need a little bit. More tilt you do with larger trees then. You also want to see. How much the tree tapers as. You go up the tree. All right so what I do is. Itry to put it up as high as. Iprobably need to have just a little bit. More angle on this based on how much. This tree tapers as. You can see they're summer I'm gonna go up. More notch on this about like. Ithink that'll be good. All right now I'm gonna put on my bottom half. What I do is I count the number of notches on my top half. Ido the exact same number on the bottom, so I'm on the third little notch there. And usually the bottom. One will be tilted up a little bit. This on the tree like. This actually that's cuz I've got. It not had it right okay just like. Now then I took the bottom piece.

    It down low I can get on. Now very important here. This stand comes with a little rope here. When I'm stowing it. Ijust wrapped around the bottom of the bottom piece here very important. You take this rope. And fasten the top and the bottom parts together just like.

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    Summit Treestands Viper SD Ultra Climbing Treestand

  • Dead Metal Sound Dampening tubing
  • QuickDraw cables for easy adjustment
  • RapidClimb Stirrups for climbing easier
  • SummitLokt locks joints before welding
  • Fits trees from 8” to 20” in diameter
  • Wait for your perfect moment in the comfort of the Summit Treestands Viper SD Ultra Climbing Treestand. It's tricked out with all the accessories with critical sections of tubing that are foam filled for Dead Metal Sound Dampening. Adjustable seat is ideal for archery and firearm hunting alike. QuickDraw™ cables allow for quick, easy adjustment. RapidClimb® Stirrups, and all the necessary ropes and straps to climb quicker. SummitLokt construction locks joints before welding. Includes cushioned armrests, padded climbing seat bar, footrest and backpack straps. Fits trees from 8” to 20” in diameter. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full-body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD). Made in USA.
    Seat size: 18”W x 12”D.
    Platform size: 20”W x 36”D.
    Wt: 21 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    Hey guys Chris Anderson with pursuit hunting comm bringing you. Another straight shooting gear review today we'll be talking about. One of my favorite pieces of gear the summit Viper climbing tree stand. You know you visited my website which is pursued hunting comm. You know I like to deer hunt using what I call the pursuit style of hunting and in a nutshell. That means is I like to take the hunt to the deer. Than trying to bring the deer to. And to do I concentrate on figuring out the deers natural movements by scouting hard. And reading the sign interpreting it. And then keeping good records of what I find and to hunt like. It requires that I'd be extremely mobile. Because deers patterns are constantly changing and. That during the season. Ivery seldom hunt the same tree twice there are. Several reasons for. Ithink statistically your odds are highest the first time. You hunt a spot I generally have quite a. Few spots I can jump around to so. Itry not to over hunt a spot by repeatedly climbing the same tree. If I'm hunting the same general location like. If there's a dominant white oak tree at the deer feeding on. Imay climb different trees around. That for different reasons. That could be that the winds changing it could be the deer saw. And it's in the tree. Iwas in it could be. That sometimes the deer will tend to favor. One side of the tree versus the other. They might feed on the uphill side for a. While then move the downhill side so.

    Imight want to move closer to. Iexpected here to be actually feeding and then again there's my whole ATV issue. Once I'm up in a tree. And spend a few hours there. Ikind of need some new scenery so. That put together I need to. Ineed a climber I very seldom hunting out of a ladder stand. Or a lock-on stand I almost exclusively hunt out of a climber. Because I'm I'm traveling quite a bit by foot. One that's light one that's quiet. One that's sturdy one that's comfortable. And above all else. One that's safe this summit Viper is. That I've used for years it's probably. One of my favorite pieces of hunting gear. It is just a terrific tree stand. Iwould say it's basically the benchmark.

    All the climbers would be judged against so let. You a little bit about. It is a two piece stand it's constructed of aluminum tube tubing which is. You call it tubing its square tubing here. And then the cross pieces are. Some type of channel aluminum it's. All welded everything is welded there're no bolts. Or other types of connections to rattle around so. It is very quiet the seat on the viper is 18 inches wide. And has a 20-inch backrest. That comes about like. It weighs about 20 pounds the cables here are adjustable to fit trees ranging anywhere from 80 to 20 inches in diameter which. Ithink is pretty good pretty wide range. It should give you enough versatility to be able to hunt just about anywhere.

    You want if you're looking for a slightly bigger stand. Iget oh I didn't mention. That the load capacity on. This stand is 300 pounds. If you're a bigger guy. You want something. That can handle a little bit heavier load. That may be a little bit wider. It makes the Goliath which is essentially the same stand but. It has a 350 pound capacity. And the top unit is. This piece here are 2 inches wider the bottom unit is exactly the same the platform is exactly the same. And then they also make the Titan which is basically the same tree stand as. Both the bottom and the top are larger. You get about two inches. More room two inches. More width on both the top. And the bottom it weighs about. It weighs about five pounds. This then this 20-pound Viper here so you've got you've got quite a bit of versatility. If you're a bigger size guy. It comes with everything. You need all the straps.

    And attachments. It comes with some climbing stirrups. These stirrups that are on. That a friend of mine made for me he's a metal fabricator. Some custom ones for me. Idon't think any way shape. Or form Cerie to have the metal ones the plastic ones on. All my friends who use. This particular stand have held up just fine but God made. These for me I thought. Ithought I'd put them on there. Ithought they look cool but completely unnecessary compared to the plastic ones. That come with it okay we're gonna break in. And go out to the woods. And I'm gonna give you a little demonstration of how. This tree stand kind of focusing on. Some things that I've picked up over years. And years of using it. Isay years and years I've probably used. It for six or seven years. Now but just some little tips. And tricks that I've picked up on. That might be helpful for anybody who already has.

    One of these stands. Anybody who's considering using it so go do. And then we'll come back. And we'll go through my analysis of. This stand okay, so I'm gonna take a little bit of time. And show this tree stand. What I'm going to focus on is safety. Some things that I've picked up over the years. That make it a little bit. More comfortable to use maybe a little quieter. And just little tips. And tricks that I've picked up from having used. It for many years but by no means should. What I say replace the safety instructions from the manufacturer. Anything I say contradicts the manufacturer's instructions follow their instructions not mine okay first thing is always done. Everything the same way every time. And basic military training I always have a procedure. Ialways follow that procedure. That way you're not going to forget. Something okay so like for instance.

    Iunstrap my tree stand. Ialways take the strap. Ialways put it in the same pocket. This is very important you're going to need. This is a really important safety piece here okay. What I do is I put the top part the top half of the tree stand on the tree first. That way it kind of helps. Me to get it out of the way. Some guys like to adjust. Both sides of the cable. Itypically just adjust. One side unless the tree is large enough. That I've got to adjust. Both sides to get more cable. Iusually just do one side towards. And kind of put it right here on my hip. Ican pull down the clip here with my thumb. And work this capable out like. That I'm going to come around here to. This side of the tree. What I do is I just put the stand up on the tree like. This reach around and hook. It on like this no there's a little bit of an art to putting this on the tree.

    You have to you have to figure out. How much lean you need in. How much you need down at the bottom of the tree. And that's kind of function of the overall size the tree generally smaller trees. You need a little bit. More tilt you do with larger trees then. You also want to see. How much the tree tapers as. You go up the tree. All right so what I do is. Itry to put it up as high as. Iprobably need to have just a little bit. More angle on this based on how much. This tree tapers as. You can see they're summer I'm gonna go up. More notch on this about like. Ithink that'll be good. All right now I'm gonna put on my bottom half. What I do is I count the number of notches on my top half. Ido the exact same number on the bottom, so I'm on the third little notch there. And usually the bottom. One will be tilted up a little bit. This on the tree like. This actually that's cuz I've got. It not had it right okay just like. Now then I took the bottom piece.

    It down low I can get on. Now very important here. This stand comes with a little rope here. When I'm stowing it. Ijust wrapped around the bottom of the bottom piece here very important. You take this rope. And fasten the top and the bottom parts together just like.

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    Primal Treestands The Vulcan Climbing Treestand

  • High-back seat offers excellent support
  • Convenient cushioned seat and armrests
  • Padded shooting rail is ideal for rifle hunts
  • Folding design with backpack straps make transport a breeze
  • Boasting a high-back seat, Primal Treestands' The Vulcan Climbing Treestand combats fatigue, allowing you to stay on the hunt a bit longer. Tri-fold seat cushion with a tough 600-denier cover team with padded armrests to keep you as comfortable and quiet as possible. Padded shooting rail offers a stable platform for rifle hunts. Folds flat and boasts integrated backpack straps that make it easy to pack to out-of-the-way spots. Safety lock cinch straps add peace of mind. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full-body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD).
    Seat size: 16.5"W x 9.5"D.
    Platform size: 26"W x 19"D.
    Wt: 34 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    Summit Treestands 180 Max SD Climbing Tree Stand

  • Taller and wider for unrestricted freedom of movement
  • 2” wider, extended top frame with a 350-lb. weight limit
  • Dead Metal technology ensures you remain undetected
  • Reversible seat allows you to sit facing the tree
  • Padded armrests and top section bar
  • Summit added a full 2” to the top section of the 180 Max SD Climbing Treestand's width and kept the 180° top-section length to give you Summit's tallest and widest treestand experience. An extra-long platform gives you added maneuverability, while, Dead Metal technology reduces stand noise for quiet, stealthy sits. Decide which way to face to shoot with the comfortable Surround Seat, which can be set facing the tree or against it for the full range of shots. Seat has a super-comfortable solid-core backrest. Thick pads in armrests and top section bar. QuickDraw cable retention system makes scaling a tree fast and quiet without fumbling with pins, knobs, nuts or bolts. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD). Five-year manufacturer's limited warranty. Made in USA.
    Seat Ht: Adjustable
    Seat size: 18"L x 12"W.
    Platform size: 30-3/4"L x 21"W.
    Wt: 26 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 350 lbs.
    Camo pattern: Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity®




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    API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Grand Slam Extreme Climbing Treestand

  • Streamlined design decreases overall weight
  • Power-gripping chains adjust easily to fit trees
  • Folding footrest for added comfort
  • Traction ridges on all platforms
  • Reinforced closed triangular extrusions increase strength
  • The API Outdoors Alumi-Tech Grand Slam Extreme Climbing Treestand's streamlined welded aluminum design is quiet, stable and sturdy. Tapered design allows more contact surface for the power-gripping chains for a more stable climb. Top climbing section features a padded climbing bar, armrests and adjustable seat. Footrest provides a comfortable place to place your feet while sitting and quickly folds out of the way when standing. Platform features traction ridges for sure footing in any weather. Reinforced closed triangular extrusions muffle sounds while enhancing the overall strength. Fits 9"- to 20"-dia. trees. Includes backpack straps, cinching straps, accessory bag and DVD. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full-body harness with climbing belt and Suspension Relief Device (SRD).
    Seat size: 17"W x 9"D x 2" thick.
    Backrest: 26"H x 11"W x 2" thick.
    Platform size: 20"W x 28"D.
    Wt: 27 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    Living it up raised the bar on your deer stand hunting with. This marksman climber so light. And portable pair it on your back for easy setup in the farthest reaches of your property raising your stand requires no advanced planning just pick a tree then climb your way up to a penthouse view chain contours its way around Knox. Or short branches and traction ridges dig in deep for security up in the air the netted seat offers a supportive throne. You wait for opportunity to come around the bed safe secure successful hunting grab your marksmen climber today.

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    Lone Wolf Wide Sit and Climb II Treestand

  • Two-panel, padded contoured foam seat
  • Pivoting sit-and-climb bar
  • Packs down to a slim 4" profile
  • Perfect for gun and bowhunters
  • It packs down to a slim 4" profile, making it easy to grab and go on your way. The unique pivoting sit-and-climb bar makes for easy climbing and positioning.  Its generously sized platform is built of sturdy, one-piece cast aluminum. Two-panel contoured foam seat pad enhances your comfort when sitting still. Fits trees 6" to 19" dia. Includes a bungee strap and backpack straps. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD). Made in USA.
    Seat size: 21"W.
    Platform size: 30"L x 19.5"W.
    Weight: 21 lbs.
    Weight capacity: 350 lbs.
    Camo pattern: Realtree AP™



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    Hey there my name is Tory I've been hunting for many years mostly it's been hiking through the forest a little bit of still hunting a little bit of running done but lately I've been trying a different style. And got myself a lone wolf sit. And climb a tree stand. And I'm gonna give it a try. One thing though is. Iam a bit of a stickler for safety so trying to always be aware of the safe way to do. Igot four kids and a beautiful wife. Iwant to come home to them so anyway. This is just a little video. Itook here just about. Me sitting it up some things. It my way first thing you may notice is. Ido things a little bit different. Inever did hook up the straps. That came with the yes-man. Ihave a meat pack here. Iuse it's got a built-in pouch it's got. Some quick little pull straps to cinch. It up it's got a real high density. It looks like a p-type skelton got. Some really good MOLLE straps. And a hip belt on I figured. Iwould just use this drop. It in like hindquarter. And since you got tight saves. Me packing two different things. Igot my meat pack right there so. Something I'm all done. And then I can pack. Something out right off the back. That meat cooled off anyway so. It seems to slide in. And out pretty easy that's the first thing.

    Ido that's different. Than maybe another thing. That I'm doing slightly different. This comes with a safety harness rated for 300 pounds. Or 350 actually I'm I'm a big guy I'm six. One about 275 so everything. Ihave is within tolerances. And within safety guidelines. That make me happy. And comfortable anyway enough safe margin of safety so instead of using the harness. That came with it I'm going to use I'm going to use. This hunter tree stand harness. One of the lighter weight models extra large for me. Or three XL actually a little bit easier to get on. And less likely to be tangled so maybe a little easier for me to put on. One goes on pretty slick of course. You want to do this ahead of time. And have all ready to go. And that's it yeah pretties much self-explanatory they're the way. Ijust threw it on have the suspension relief. It I'm not going to unravel. And test although today but. You can see quickly it's got a couple little quick release hopefully.

    Idon't bump them by accident. You ever up in the tree but. It comes off pretty easy just like a vest pretty straightforward so that's. What I'm going to use today just use. One very likely I may have. That on at the truck. Or a base camp and just wear. It underneath my gear. Or sorry on top of my gear. And ready to go first thing one of the first things. Ibought they went online check out YouTube's saw a. Few other reviews this decided. This was the I wanted there's. Some other great reviews on these. Some tips and add-ons fellow named sean has. Some real good stuff. You google that you'll see he's got. Some good suggestions. And tips plenty of others as well. One of the things that I've looked at doing I still have. It does a couple more little small little loops. That I'm going to tie on here with. Some parachute cord I'm just gonna hang my bag for now within my lunch my camera.

    Anything I want to keep in there it'll just follow up with. And then I get up there then. Icould do it I'll probably do. Something a little better with. Igo but like that first time here a couple things. That are right off the bat. You got to pay attention which side is up. Once you've done or twice. It seems pretty obvious but the first time. Ihad look at it looks like it's pretty well-built. Ican see this bark here is a solid enough but. It does have a little bit of give, so I'll have to make sure. Iget a good bite on those teeth. They go in everything else looks good, so I'm gonna give it a try. Imust say I feel pretty safe here the platform is quite solid a little bit of wiggling around to get. This seat to sit in properly. Imust say not too fussy about the way that's set up. These slides they slide up. And down the seat kind of scrunches on itself but I've. Now tethered it to the bar underneath for the climbing, and we'll see.

    That makes a little bit of difference. Everything else seems to be working pretty good hooked on. Another little rope here just to have my little bag so. Ican get my water and stuff. Everything else is all good. All right I got myself seated down here. You can see where my feet would like to just rest comfortably it's right at the ends of where the with a stand the construction is there. Idon't know you can see. That but I may have to look at their building a little add-on bar there. Even getting the that lone wolf makes those two little pieces. That extent on there. And give you a little bit of a footrest. Imay need to do that otherwise I'm kind of crunched under a little bit. You know get a little bit of leg cramp. Icould see that coming after a. While the seat is not the. Most comfortable in the world I'll have to adjust. That seat a little bit on the heights. Icould feel just a little bit too much of my weight pressing on.

    That bar but that's just an adjustment but overall it's quite steady. And pretty solid alright they've been up in my stand here for a half an hour. Now giving it a good little test. Ithink being a big guy. Ishould have got maybe two sitting and there the wide model. When I'm sitting down here. Ican feel these two buckles on the side here about. This adjusted so it comes. All the way forward so. It comes over top of the bar. Than sitting behind. It does help a little bit leaning this keeping this bar forward as much as possible but the overall seat design is not super comfy. Ican see that definitely yeah that's going to be a little bit uncomfortable for an all-day hunt may have to do. Some modifications I may have to look. How much difference there is in width on the wider models you.

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    API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Crusader Climbing Treestand

  • Sturdy aluminum stand with a completely open design
  • Generously padded seat and armrests
  • Streamlined design decreases overall weight
  • Traction ridges on all platforms
  • Reinforced closed triangular extrusions deaden sound
  • The sturdy aluminum API Outdoors Alumi-Tech Crusader Climbing Treestand features a completely open design for the perfect shot in any direction. The nonslip foot platform allows for a safe, wide stance, and the generously padded seat and armrests provide all-day comfort. Other features include a streamlined design that decreases overall weight and enhances performance, traction ridges on all platforms and reinforced closed triangular extrusions that deaden sound and increase strength. Includes accessory bag, backpack straps and DVD. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full-body harness with climbing belt and Suspension Relief Device (SRD).
    Inside climber: 21"W x 28"D.
    Seat size: 17"W x 11"D x 2" thick.
    Backrest: 17"H x 11"W x 2" thick.
    Platform size: 20"W x 26"D.
    Wt: 22 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    Living it up raised the bar on your deer stand hunting with. This marksman climber so light. And portable pair it on your back for easy setup in the farthest reaches of your property raising your stand requires no advanced planning just pick a tree then climb your way up to a penthouse view chain contours its way around Knox. Or short branches and traction ridges dig in deep for security up in the air the netted seat offers a supportive throne. You wait for opportunity to come around the bed safe secure successful hunting grab your marksmen climber today.

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    API Outdoors® Supreme Climbing Treestand

  • Stable, sturdy and lightweight climbing treestand
  • 28”L x 20”W expanded metal-grate platform
  • 20”L x 12”W zero-gravity seat flips out of the way
  • Padded and removable armrests
  • Comes with backpack straps, accessory bag and harness
  • Stable, sturdy and quiet, API Outdoors' Supreme Climbing Treestand sports a flip-back seat to give hunters room to hunt on their feet. Made of lightweight aluminum, this easy-to-handle climbing treestand helps you move up well-placed trees easily with its padded climbing seat bar. Made of expanded metal grates to keep weight down, the Supreme's foot platform offers a solid 20''W x 28''D base when you want to get on your feet. The stand's 20”W x 12”D zero-gravity seat provides a comfortable resting spot for long days in the stand and flips out of the way for standing hunts. Stand also features padded and removable armrests, backpack straps and accessory bag. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full-body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD).
    Seat size: 20”W x 12”D.
    Platform size: 20”W x 28”D.
    Inside climber bar: 27”L x 20”W.
    Wt: 18.5 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    Living it up raised the bar on your deer stand hunting with. This marksman climber so light. And portable pair it on your back for easy setup in the farthest reaches of your property raising your stand requires no advanced planning just pick a tree then climb your way up to a penthouse view chain contours its way around Knox. Or short branches and traction ridges dig in deep for security up in the air the netted seat offers a supportive throne. You wait for opportunity to come around the bed safe secure successful hunting grab your marksmen climber today.

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    X-Stand Mini X-1 Climbing Treestand

  • Ideal for the backpacking hunter
  • Weighs just 9 lbs.
  • Strong, ultralightweight Pro-Lite Series 60/61 aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Mobile backpack hunters take notice – the X-Stand Mini X-1 Climbing Treestand condenses everything you need in a secure, comfortable stand down to 9 lbs. of carry weight. Pro-Lite Series 60/61 aircraft-grade aluminum gives the Mini the strength for secure attachment without adding any excess weight. The 3"-thick seat cushion offers support for long hunts. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD).
    Seat size: 15"W x 9"D. 
    Platform size: 17"W x 29"D.
    Tree size: 9"-19" dia. 
    Wt: 9 lbs. (frame); 11 lbs. (with accessories).
    Wt. capacity: 250 lbs.



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    This is the extant tree stand. This is the world's lightest two-piece climbing tree stand hi my name is Tony over ball. And I'm here to demonstrate the use of the extant restain. You can see how the x10 packs on your back for easy backpacking it comes with shoulder straps already attached. And the next thing you want to do just take. It off your back I usually lean. It up against the tree. And remove the budging unclip the backpack straps from the clip bubbles. And the two pieces separate easily. How to attach the X stand to the tree first twist the pin to unlock. It pops the cable out pull. It through the loop wrap. It around the tree pull the pin pop the cable in give it a twist to lock. It to attach the bottom platform it's the same as the top twist to unlock pull the pin pop the cable out wrap the cable around the tree put. It back through the loop pull the pin pop. It in place twist it to lock. You would reattach your tether straps like. You easily be adjusted. You connect them for climbing make sure. You take out all the slack. You want as much length as possible be sure to always start your stand with an upward angle.

    Because as the tree tapers. It will level out before. You ever leave the ground be sure to be connected with a harness. That has met TMA standards. All right now you're ready to climb. Once your stand has been attached your tethers have been connected. You checked all your pins. Everything is secure the seat is designed to be raised up so. You can put your hands under. And grasp the frame lift the upper part the seat portion lock. It into place placing your elbows on these pads. And grasping the frame put your feet into the foot stirrups spread them apart to take up the slack the X stand tree stand is what's commonly known as a hand climber do not sit on. This rail it as a sit. And climb always grasp the frame get up use your elbows to support your weight going up. Or down never sit on. This rail the foot strap on your X stand designed to be stepped on. And flattened out but. It is also designed for hands-free operation slide your feet through the strap spread them apart take up.

    Any slack this will allow. You to comfortably maneuver the bottom platform. While climbing your feet spread apart raise the platform. And lock it into place to come back down is just a reverse of. That process reset the stand supporting your weight on your elbows lower the platform again just repeat the process the tether straps which are also your backpack straps but in. This case we're using them as a tether they're designed to secure the top part of your stand to the bottom. Once you've reached your hunting height to prevent. This top from sliding pull down on the slide buckle taking up. All the slack this will pull tension on the seat to the same on the opposite side pull. All of the slack out of the strap securing it tight. This will prevent the upper seat part from sliding or moving never allow your stand the slope. Or the downward angle. This happens you must return to the ground.

    And readjust and then go back up. If it's slightly unlevel. You can pull the stand to. You pull the slack out of the cables drop the lower part. And correct this never ever detach the cable from the locking pin. While you're climbing always try to take your excess strap. And just tuck it in behind the seat so it's not blowing in the wind attracting attention. And pull a little more slack out after. You sit on the seat to make sure it's tight. Once you've done this correctly. This top portion won't move. It locks it rights into place. Many people are curious about. This Flex arm technology. What this does is as weight is applied to the stand it'll the arms will bend inwards just like. Both limbs it will allow the cable to squeeze the tree.

    What makes the stand so stable. And also what makes. It so like we're often asked. How much weight will. These flex arms hold so. This is the demonstration show. That the flex arms don't actually support your weight they're only there to allow the cable to flex in. And open the cable loop for easy climbing so. What I'm going to do is take the cable completely out just put. It around the tree without using the Flex arms at. This demonstration to show. These flex arms do not support your weight they're only there to guide the cable. And to open and close the loop for easy climbing as. You can see the stand will easily support my weight without. Even being attached to pack your X stand up for backpacking just unzip your strap remove the sand from the tree same process just in Reverse as.

    It on — pack your ex stand-up for backpacking take the seat portion nest. It together with the bottom platform next attach your funding board to hold the two sections together three attach your backpack straps by pulling your clip buffle through the same rung. That your foot strap is attached to clip the buckle in. And pull out the slack do the same on the opposite side pull the buckle through the frame slip them together pull out the slack. You have your backpack strap it's very quick. And easy to do once the stand is on your back. You can pull on these straps using the slide buckles to tighten. It up do not cut away. This excess strap it's needed. These are being used for tethers to climb with just tie. It off in front that you've watched.

    This video and you've read. And understood all the instructions. That come with your X tender. And you've attached yourself with an approved fall arrest system you're ready to hunt. This is the extant restain just over twelve pounds it's a rose the lightest two-piece climber

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    Summit Treestands Mini Viper™ SD Climbing Treestand

  • Perfect for introducing your youngster to treestand hunting
  • Rugged, lightweight and portable for years of use
  • Dead Metal technology reduces noise
  • Cushioned wraparound bar serves as a gunrest
  • Excellent for both bowhunting and rifle hunting
  • The Mini Viper SD Climbing Treestand is perfect for introducing your little hunting buddy to the outdoors. Snakeable cables with QuickDraw™ triggers make it easy to attach to the tree – no pins, knobs, nuts or bolts are needed. Simply slide the cable into the frame and your youngster can climb easily into the stand. Fully enclosed by a cushioned wraparound bar that acts as a gunrest. Dead Metal Technology, a sound deadening technology that uses a custom filling of expanding foam for enhanced noise reduction, masks sounds caused by movement on the platform. Rigid SummitLokt joint construction locks each joint into place before welding so the stress on the weld is minimized, resulting in a noise-free stand that's strong, safe and secure. Perfect for both bow and rifle hunting. Includes RapidClimb™ Stirrups. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD). Made in USA.
    Seat base size: 18"W x 12"L. 
    Seat backrest size: 12"W x 20"L.
    Seat frame size (Inside): 19-3/4” W x 22-1/2" L.
    Platform size: 20" W x 24.75" L.
    Wt: 18 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.
    Camo pattern: Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity®




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    Hey guys Chris Anderson with pursuit hunting comm bringing you. Another straight shooting gear review today we'll be talking about. One of my favorite pieces of gear the summit Viper climbing tree stand. You know you visited my website which is pursued hunting comm. You know I like to deer hunt using what I call the pursuit style of hunting and in a nutshell. That means is I like to take the hunt to the deer. Than trying to bring the deer to. And to do I concentrate on figuring out the deers natural movements by scouting hard. And reading the sign interpreting it. And then keeping good records of what I find and to hunt like. It requires that I'd be extremely mobile. Because deers patterns are constantly changing and. That during the season. Ivery seldom hunt the same tree twice there are. Several reasons for. Ithink statistically your odds are highest the first time. You hunt a spot I generally have quite a. Few spots I can jump around to so. Itry not to over hunt a spot by repeatedly climbing the same tree. If I'm hunting the same general location like. If there's a dominant white oak tree at the deer feeding on. Imay climb different trees around. That for different reasons. That could be that the winds changing it could be the deer saw. And it's in the tree. Iwas in it could be. That sometimes the deer will tend to favor. One side of the tree versus the other. They might feed on the uphill side for a. While then move the downhill side so.

    Imight want to move closer to. Iexpected here to be actually feeding and then again there's my whole ATV issue. Once I'm up in a tree. And spend a few hours there. Ikind of need some new scenery so. That put together I need to. Ineed a climber I very seldom hunting out of a ladder stand. Or a lock-on stand I almost exclusively hunt out of a climber. Because I'm I'm traveling quite a bit by foot. One that's light one that's quiet. One that's sturdy one that's comfortable. And above all else. One that's safe this summit Viper is. That I've used for years it's probably. One of my favorite pieces of hunting gear. It is just a terrific tree stand. Iwould say it's basically the benchmark.

    All the climbers would be judged against so let. You a little bit about. It is a two piece stand it's constructed of aluminum tube tubing which is. You call it tubing its square tubing here. And then the cross pieces are. Some type of channel aluminum it's. All welded everything is welded there're no bolts. Or other types of connections to rattle around so. It is very quiet the seat on the viper is 18 inches wide. And has a 20-inch backrest. That comes about like. It weighs about 20 pounds the cables here are adjustable to fit trees ranging anywhere from 80 to 20 inches in diameter which. Ithink is pretty good pretty wide range. It should give you enough versatility to be able to hunt just about anywhere.

    You want if you're looking for a slightly bigger stand. Iget oh I didn't mention. That the load capacity on. This stand is 300 pounds. If you're a bigger guy. You want something. That can handle a little bit heavier load. That may be a little bit wider. It makes the Goliath which is essentially the same stand but. It has a 350 pound capacity. And the top unit is. This piece here are 2 inches wider the bottom unit is exactly the same the platform is exactly the same. And then they also make the Titan which is basically the same tree stand as. Both the bottom and the top are larger. You get about two inches. More room two inches. More width on both the top. And the bottom it weighs about. It weighs about five pounds. This then this 20-pound Viper here so you've got you've got quite a bit of versatility. If you're a bigger size guy. It comes with everything. You need all the straps.

    And attachments. It comes with some climbing stirrups. These stirrups that are on. That a friend of mine made for me he's a metal fabricator. Some custom ones for me. Idon't think any way shape. Or form Cerie to have the metal ones the plastic ones on. All my friends who use. This particular stand have held up just fine but God made. These for me I thought. Ithought I'd put them on there. Ithought they look cool but completely unnecessary compared to the plastic ones. That come with it okay we're gonna break in. And go out to the woods. And I'm gonna give you a little demonstration of how. This tree stand kind of focusing on. Some things that I've picked up over years. And years of using it. Isay years and years I've probably used. It for six or seven years. Now but just some little tips. And tricks that I've picked up on. That might be helpful for anybody who already has.

    One of these stands. Anybody who's considering using it so go do. And then we'll come back. And we'll go through my analysis of. This stand okay, so I'm gonna take a little bit of time. And show this tree stand. What I'm going to focus on is safety. Some things that I've picked up over the years. That make it a little bit. More comfortable to use maybe a little quieter. And just little tips. And tricks that I've picked up from having used. It for many years but by no means should. What I say replace the safety instructions from the manufacturer. Anything I say contradicts the manufacturer's instructions follow their instructions not mine okay first thing is always done. Everything the same way every time. And basic military training I always have a procedure. Ialways follow that procedure. That way you're not going to forget. Something okay so like for instance.

    Iunstrap my tree stand. Ialways take the strap. Ialways put it in the same pocket. This is very important you're going to need. This is a really important safety piece here okay. What I do is I put the top part the top half of the tree stand on the tree first. That way it kind of helps. Me to get it out of the way. Some guys like to adjust. Both sides of the cable. Itypically just adjust. One side unless the tree is large enough. That I've got to adjust. Both sides to get more cable. Iusually just do one side towards. And kind of put it right here on my hip. Ican pull down the clip here with my thumb. And work this capable out like. That I'm going to come around here to. This side of the tree. What I do is I just put the stand up on the tree like. This reach around and hook. It on like this no there's a little bit of an art to putting this on the tree.

    You have to you have to figure out. How much lean you need in. How much you need down at the bottom of the tree. And that's kind of function of the overall size the tree generally smaller trees. You need a little bit. More tilt you do with larger trees then. You also want to see. How much the tree tapers as. You go up the tree. All right so what I do is. Itry to put it up as high as. Iprobably need to have just a little bit. More angle on this based on how much. This tree tapers as. You can see they're summer I'm gonna go up. More notch on this about like. Ithink that'll be good. All right now I'm gonna put on my bottom half. What I do is I count the number of notches on my top half. Ido the exact same number on the bottom, so I'm on the third little notch there. And usually the bottom. One will be tilted up a little bit. This on the tree like. This actually that's cuz I've got. It not had it right okay just like. Now then I took the bottom piece.

    It down low I can get on. Now very important here. This stand comes with a little rope here. When I'm stowing it. Ijust wrapped around the bottom of the bottom piece here very important. You take this rope. And fasten the top and the bottom parts together just like.

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    Summit Treestands Titan SD Climbing Treestand

  • Spacious extended top section and extra-long foot platform
  • Dead Metal technology reduces noise so you remain undetected
  • Rugged and lightweight aluminum SummitLokt construction
  • Full-body safety harness with Suspension Relief System
  • Built for comfort and flexibility, the Titan SD Climbing Treestand extends, the top sections give you even more legroom, while still maintaining extra-wide features that provide additional space whether you hunt with bows or guns. The wider, extra-long foot platform and critical components feature Dead Metal technology for reduced stand noise. QuickDraw cable retention system. Aluminum Summit­Lokt construction. Stand is tested to TMA standards. Includes  RapidClimb™ Stirrups, a full-body safety harness with Suspension Relief System (SRS) and carrying straps. Five-year manufacturer's limited warranty. Made in USA.
    Seat ht: Adjustable.
    Seat size: 18"L x 12"W.
    Platform size: 30-3/4"L x 21"W.
    Wt: 25 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 350 lbs.
    Camo pattern: Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity®.


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    Hey guys Chris Anderson with pursuit hunting comm bringing you. Another straight shooting gear review today we'll be talking about. One of my favorite pieces of gear the summit Viper climbing tree stand. You know you visited my website which is pursued hunting comm. You know I like to deer hunt using what I call the pursuit style of hunting and in a nutshell. That means is I like to take the hunt to the deer. Than trying to bring the deer to. And to do I concentrate on figuring out the deers natural movements by scouting hard. And reading the sign interpreting it. And then keeping good records of what I find and to hunt like. It requires that I'd be extremely mobile. Because deers patterns are constantly changing and. That during the season. Ivery seldom hunt the same tree twice there are. Several reasons for. Ithink statistically your odds are highest the first time. You hunt a spot I generally have quite a. Few spots I can jump around to so. Itry not to over hunt a spot by repeatedly climbing the same tree. If I'm hunting the same general location like. If there's a dominant white oak tree at the deer feeding on. Imay climb different trees around. That for different reasons. That could be that the winds changing it could be the deer saw. And it's in the tree. Iwas in it could be. That sometimes the deer will tend to favor. One side of the tree versus the other. They might feed on the uphill side for a. While then move the downhill side so.

    Imight want to move closer to. Iexpected here to be actually feeding and then again there's my whole ATV issue. Once I'm up in a tree. And spend a few hours there. Ikind of need some new scenery so. That put together I need to. Ineed a climber I very seldom hunting out of a ladder stand. Or a lock-on stand I almost exclusively hunt out of a climber. Because I'm I'm traveling quite a bit by foot. One that's light one that's quiet. One that's sturdy one that's comfortable. And above all else. One that's safe this summit Viper is. That I've used for years it's probably. One of my favorite pieces of hunting gear. It is just a terrific tree stand. Iwould say it's basically the benchmark.

    All the climbers would be judged against so let. You a little bit about. It is a two piece stand it's constructed of aluminum tube tubing which is. You call it tubing its square tubing here. And then the cross pieces are. Some type of channel aluminum it's. All welded everything is welded there're no bolts. Or other types of connections to rattle around so. It is very quiet the seat on the viper is 18 inches wide. And has a 20-inch backrest. That comes about like. It weighs about 20 pounds the cables here are adjustable to fit trees ranging anywhere from 80 to 20 inches in diameter which. Ithink is pretty good pretty wide range. It should give you enough versatility to be able to hunt just about anywhere.

    You want if you're looking for a slightly bigger stand. Iget oh I didn't mention. That the load capacity on. This stand is 300 pounds. If you're a bigger guy. You want something. That can handle a little bit heavier load. That may be a little bit wider. It makes the Goliath which is essentially the same stand but. It has a 350 pound capacity. And the top unit is. This piece here are 2 inches wider the bottom unit is exactly the same the platform is exactly the same. And then they also make the Titan which is basically the same tree stand as. Both the bottom and the top are larger. You get about two inches. More room two inches. More width on both the top. And the bottom it weighs about. It weighs about five pounds. This then this 20-pound Viper here so you've got you've got quite a bit of versatility. If you're a bigger size guy. It comes with everything. You need all the straps.

    And attachments. It comes with some climbing stirrups. These stirrups that are on. That a friend of mine made for me he's a metal fabricator. Some custom ones for me. Idon't think any way shape. Or form Cerie to have the metal ones the plastic ones on. All my friends who use. This particular stand have held up just fine but God made. These for me I thought. Ithought I'd put them on there. Ithought they look cool but completely unnecessary compared to the plastic ones. That come with it okay we're gonna break in. And go out to the woods. And I'm gonna give you a little demonstration of how. This tree stand kind of focusing on. Some things that I've picked up over years. And years of using it. Isay years and years I've probably used. It for six or seven years. Now but just some little tips. And tricks that I've picked up on. That might be helpful for anybody who already has.

    One of these stands. Anybody who's considering using it so go do. And then we'll come back. And we'll go through my analysis of. This stand okay, so I'm gonna take a little bit of time. And show this tree stand. What I'm going to focus on is safety. Some things that I've picked up over the years. That make it a little bit. More comfortable to use maybe a little quieter. And just little tips. And tricks that I've picked up from having used. It for many years but by no means should. What I say replace the safety instructions from the manufacturer. Anything I say contradicts the manufacturer's instructions follow their instructions not mine okay first thing is always done. Everything the same way every time. And basic military training I always have a procedure. Ialways follow that procedure. That way you're not going to forget. Something okay so like for instance.

    Iunstrap my tree stand. Ialways take the strap. Ialways put it in the same pocket. This is very important you're going to need. This is a really important safety piece here okay. What I do is I put the top part the top half of the tree stand on the tree first. That way it kind of helps. Me to get it out of the way. Some guys like to adjust. Both sides of the cable. Itypically just adjust. One side unless the tree is large enough. That I've got to adjust. Both sides to get more cable. Iusually just do one side towards. And kind of put it right here on my hip. Ican pull down the clip here with my thumb. And work this capable out like. That I'm going to come around here to. This side of the tree. What I do is I just put the stand up on the tree like. This reach around and hook. It on like this no there's a little bit of an art to putting this on the tree.

    You have to you have to figure out. How much lean you need in. How much you need down at the bottom of the tree. And that's kind of function of the overall size the tree generally smaller trees. You need a little bit. More tilt you do with larger trees then. You also want to see. How much the tree tapers as. You go up the tree. All right so what I do is. Itry to put it up as high as. Iprobably need to have just a little bit. More angle on this based on how much. This tree tapers as. You can see they're summer I'm gonna go up. More notch on this about like. Ithink that'll be good. All right now I'm gonna put on my bottom half. What I do is I count the number of notches on my top half. Ido the exact same number on the bottom, so I'm on the third little notch there. And usually the bottom. One will be tilted up a little bit. This on the tree like. This actually that's cuz I've got. It not had it right okay just like. Now then I took the bottom piece.

    It down low I can get on. Now very important here. This stand comes with a little rope here. When I'm stowing it. Ijust wrapped around the bottom of the bottom piece here very important. You take this rope. And fasten the top and the bottom parts together just like.

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    Summit Treestands Viper SD Climbing Treestand

  • Works just as well for bowhunting as with a rifle
  • Rugged, lightweight and portable for years of versatile use
  • Cushioned wraparound bar serves as a gunrest
  • Dead Metal technology ensures your presence is undetected
  • A combination of comfort, silence and stability makes the Viper SD Climbing Treestand from Summit Treestands ideal for bowhunting and rifle season alike. Snakeable cables with QuickDraw™ triggers make it easy to attach. No pins, knobs, nuts or bolts are needed. Just slide the cable into the frame and climb. Cushioned wraparound bar acts as a gunrest. Includes new Dead Metal Technology for noise reduction. SummitLokt joint construction provides added strength and durability. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD). Made in USA.
    Seat base size: 18"W x 12"L.
    Seat backrest size: 12"W x 20"L.
    Platform size: 28-3/4”L x 20"W.
    Wt: 20 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.
    Camo pattern: Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity®.
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    Hey guys Chris Anderson with pursuit hunting comm bringing you. Another straight shooting gear review today we'll be talking about. One of my favorite pieces of gear the summit Viper climbing tree stand. You know you visited my website which is pursued hunting comm. You know I like to deer hunt using what I call the pursuit style of hunting and in a nutshell. That means is I like to take the hunt to the deer. Than trying to bring the deer to. And to do I concentrate on figuring out the deers natural movements by scouting hard. And reading the sign interpreting it. And then keeping good records of what I find and to hunt like. It requires that I'd be extremely mobile. Because deers patterns are constantly changing and. That during the season. Ivery seldom hunt the same tree twice there are. Several reasons for. Ithink statistically your odds are highest the first time. You hunt a spot I generally have quite a. Few spots I can jump around to so. Itry not to over hunt a spot by repeatedly climbing the same tree. If I'm hunting the same general location like. If there's a dominant white oak tree at the deer feeding on. Imay climb different trees around. That for different reasons. That could be that the winds changing it could be the deer saw. And it's in the tree. Iwas in it could be. That sometimes the deer will tend to favor. One side of the tree versus the other. They might feed on the uphill side for a. While then move the downhill side so.

    Imight want to move closer to. Iexpected here to be actually feeding and then again there's my whole ATV issue. Once I'm up in a tree. And spend a few hours there. Ikind of need some new scenery so. That put together I need to. Ineed a climber I very seldom hunting out of a ladder stand. Or a lock-on stand I almost exclusively hunt out of a climber. Because I'm I'm traveling quite a bit by foot. One that's light one that's quiet. One that's sturdy one that's comfortable. And above all else. One that's safe this summit Viper is. That I've used for years it's probably. One of my favorite pieces of hunting gear. It is just a terrific tree stand. Iwould say it's basically the benchmark.

    All the climbers would be judged against so let. You a little bit about. It is a two piece stand it's constructed of aluminum tube tubing which is. You call it tubing its square tubing here. And then the cross pieces are. Some type of channel aluminum it's. All welded everything is welded there're no bolts. Or other types of connections to rattle around so. It is very quiet the seat on the viper is 18 inches wide. And has a 20-inch backrest. That comes about like. It weighs about 20 pounds the cables here are adjustable to fit trees ranging anywhere from 80 to 20 inches in diameter which. Ithink is pretty good pretty wide range. It should give you enough versatility to be able to hunt just about anywhere.

    You want if you're looking for a slightly bigger stand. Iget oh I didn't mention. That the load capacity on. This stand is 300 pounds. If you're a bigger guy. You want something. That can handle a little bit heavier load. That may be a little bit wider. It makes the Goliath which is essentially the same stand but. It has a 350 pound capacity. And the top unit is. This piece here are 2 inches wider the bottom unit is exactly the same the platform is exactly the same. And then they also make the Titan which is basically the same tree stand as. Both the bottom and the top are larger. You get about two inches. More room two inches. More width on both the top. And the bottom it weighs about. It weighs about five pounds. This then this 20-pound Viper here so you've got you've got quite a bit of versatility. If you're a bigger size guy. It comes with everything. You need all the straps.

    And attachments. It comes with some climbing stirrups. These stirrups that are on. That a friend of mine made for me he's a metal fabricator. Some custom ones for me. Idon't think any way shape. Or form Cerie to have the metal ones the plastic ones on. All my friends who use. This particular stand have held up just fine but God made. These for me I thought. Ithought I'd put them on there. Ithought they look cool but completely unnecessary compared to the plastic ones. That come with it okay we're gonna break in. And go out to the woods. And I'm gonna give you a little demonstration of how. This tree stand kind of focusing on. Some things that I've picked up over years. And years of using it. Isay years and years I've probably used. It for six or seven years. Now but just some little tips. And tricks that I've picked up on. That might be helpful for anybody who already has.

    One of these stands. Anybody who's considering using it so go do. And then we'll come back. And we'll go through my analysis of. This stand okay, so I'm gonna take a little bit of time. And show this tree stand. What I'm going to focus on is safety. Some things that I've picked up over the years. That make it a little bit. More comfortable to use maybe a little quieter. And just little tips. And tricks that I've picked up from having used. It for many years but by no means should. What I say replace the safety instructions from the manufacturer. Anything I say contradicts the manufacturer's instructions follow their instructions not mine okay first thing is always done. Everything the same way every time. And basic military training I always have a procedure. Ialways follow that procedure. That way you're not going to forget. Something okay so like for instance.

    Iunstrap my tree stand. Ialways take the strap. Ialways put it in the same pocket. This is very important you're going to need. This is a really important safety piece here okay. What I do is I put the top part the top half of the tree stand on the tree first. That way it kind of helps. Me to get it out of the way. Some guys like to adjust. Both sides of the cable. Itypically just adjust. One side unless the tree is large enough. That I've got to adjust. Both sides to get more cable. Iusually just do one side towards. And kind of put it right here on my hip. Ican pull down the clip here with my thumb. And work this capable out like. That I'm going to come around here to. This side of the tree. What I do is I just put the stand up on the tree like. This reach around and hook. It on like this no there's a little bit of an art to putting this on the tree.

    You have to you have to figure out. How much lean you need in. How much you need down at the bottom of the tree. And that's kind of function of the overall size the tree generally smaller trees. You need a little bit. More tilt you do with larger trees then. You also want to see. How much the tree tapers as. You go up the tree. All right so what I do is. Itry to put it up as high as. Iprobably need to have just a little bit. More angle on this based on how much. This tree tapers as. You can see they're summer I'm gonna go up. More notch on this about like. Ithink that'll be good. All right now I'm gonna put on my bottom half. What I do is I count the number of notches on my top half. Ido the exact same number on the bottom, so I'm on the third little notch there. And usually the bottom. One will be tilted up a little bit. This on the tree like. This actually that's cuz I've got. It not had it right okay just like. Now then I took the bottom piece.

    It down low I can get on. Now very important here. This stand comes with a little rope here. When I'm stowing it. Ijust wrapped around the bottom of the bottom piece here very important. You take this rope. And fasten the top and the bottom parts together just like.

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    API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Bowhunter Climbing Treestand

  • Provides an unrestricted, wide-open shooting window on every shot
  • Streamlined design decreases overall weight and enhances performance
  • Power-gripping chains adjust easily to fit 9"- to 20"-dia. trees
  • Folding footrest for added comfort
  • Traction ridges on all platforms
  • API Outdoors' Alumi-Tech Bowhunter Climbing Treestand gives bowhunters an unrestricted, wide-open shooting window on every shot. All-aluminum construction and quick-adjustable, power-gripping climbing chains for quiet and solid setup. Traction ridges on all platforms deliver sure-footed traction. Padded armrests with an inside climber dimension of 19"W x 20"D add to the overall comfort factor. Other features include a streamlined design that decreases overall weight and enhances performance, traction ridges on all platforms and reinforced closed triangular extrusions that deaden sound and increase strength. Includes accessory bag, backpack straps, climbing brackets, fold-up footrest and DVD. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full-body harness with climbing belt and Suspension Relief Device (SRD).
    Seat size: 17"W x 11"D x 2" thick.
    Backrest: 17"H x 11"W x 2" thick.
    Platform size: 20"W x 28"D.
    Wt: 23 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    Living it up raised the bar on your deer stand hunting with. This marksman climber so light. And portable pair it on your back for easy setup in the farthest reaches of your property raising your stand requires no advanced planning just pick a tree then climb your way up to a penthouse view chain contours its way around Knox. Or short branches and traction ridges dig in deep for security up in the air the netted seat offers a supportive throne. You wait for opportunity to come around the bed safe secure successful hunting grab your marksmen climber today.

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    Muddy® The Stalker Climbing Treestand

  • Alumi-Lite aluminum for lightweight strength and stability
  • Fast attach silent cable system is flexible and strong
  • Armrests and seatbar boast a silent peach-skin material
  • Nonslip platform slats keep you sure-footed
  • Go deeper into the woods. Muddy's The Stalker Climbing Treestand is lightweight, packable and ready for an on-the-move hunting season. Built of Alumi-Lite aluminum for lightweight strength and stability. Fast attach silent cable system is flexible and super strong, and its textured finish adds more gripping power. Fiber-Guard Powder Coating technology adds overall durability. Armrests and seatbar boast a peach-skin material for silence and comfort. Fast attach silent cable system makes stand adjustments quick and easy. Nonslip slats on platform keep you sure-footed in wet conditions. Includes adjustable and padded backpacking straps and accessory bag. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD).
    Platform size: 20"W x 28"D.
    Wt: 20 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    Lone Wolf Wide Flip-Top Climber

  • Padded seat flips up and out of the way
  • Pivoting sit and climb bar
  • In Cast bow holder
  • Offset bracket for leveling
  • Distinctive 3-D camo platform design
  • Lone Wolf combined the best attributes of the Sit & Climb and Alpha Hang On to create the ultimate climber. The wider stance of the climbing aid makes for easy seated climbing, while the new 14" x 12" padded seat, mounted higher to keep you in the ready position, flips up and out of the way for the shot. In Cast bow holder accommodates most parallel-limb bows. The seat and platform level out individually to fit a multitude of angles – no tools needed. Offset bracket provides increased left to right stand leveling in the most awkward trees. Fits trees 9"-19" in diameter. Includes contoured-foam seat pad, backpack straps and one bungee strap. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD).
    Platform size: 30" x 19.5".
    Weight: 21 lbs.
    Weight capacity: up to 350 lbs.






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    What I'm showing you is the lone wolf flip-top combo in the packed position here. We use the 4-foot quick straps. We sell as an accessory for all our climbers work extremely well very efficient. And quiet holds everything rock-solid. When you're packing your stand in. What I'm gonna do is I'm going to show. How to set up and assemble the flip top. And then we're going to talk about climbing with. It I'm going to show. How to take the lone wolf flip top combo from the packed flat position to the upright climbing position first we're going to start with the base you're going to loosen up the hinge knobs lift up on the stabilizer bar you're going to slide the hinge knob up the track into. This milled slot and you're going to tighten. It as tight as you can by hand do the same thing on the other side. Now the base is in the locked up right position for climbing I'll show. How to do the same thing with the top actually functions the same way flip your seat up out of the way bring your arms up into the climbing position make sure they're in the spot face again tighten them as tight as. Now we're going to show. How to take the flip top combo. And mount it to the tree first step to hanging the lone wolf flip top is going to be hanging the base. You take your traction belt out make sure. You actually insert the traction belt.

    That orange arrow is never visible. It has to be hidden within the tube. Or it's not in far enough, but we're going to hang. This base on the tree. What you want to do is. You want to slightly pitch your platform up depending upon the (taper) of your tree. You want to judge the (taper) of the tree so as. You climb your platform levels out. That platform levels that's the height. That you're going to hunt at the next step is going to be hanging the top section to our flip top combo again I'm going to take the traction belt out. And go around the tree making sure. That the belt is deep enough. That the arrow is not showing and again you're going to want to just sew. It just slightly tipped up. If you've got a tree. That purrs that is going to level out as. That tree tapers we're. Now we're going to attach our stabilizer straps on. Each side make sure. These stabilizer straps have as much slack in them as possible so. They don't bottom out as you're traveling up the tree stabilizer straps are extremely important.

    They hold the top section to the bottom. If the base would ever get away from. You it's going to keep. It from falling to the ground the next step is going to be showing you. How to climb with this but first before. Even leave the ground we're going to attach our tree line around the tree to the tether on our harness before. We ever start climbing okay I'm in the stand I'm just above ground level I've got my tree strap attached to the tree I've got slack in my stabilizer straps which is very important so. It allows you to travel room as you're climbing up the tree. What I'm going to want to do is take my tree strap. And actually move it up the tree as high as. Ican reach and snug. It up tight and then I'm going to climb to. It I'm going to repeat. This process as I go up the tree, so I'm always attached at.

    All times so the first thing we're going to do is I'm going to raise our top section sit our sit bar slide your feet under the hinge arms. And stabilizer bar and then. You rock your ankles forward point your toes down. It disengages that traction belt from the tree you're going to step backwards into the platform to seat. It so it's solid and you're going to tip the top section up to clear the traction belt against. It on the sit bar feet go underneath the hinge arms rocking my ankles forward I'm gonna bring the stand up the tree. And I'm going to stand back on. It again just to seat. It in position go through the same motion with the top section again I'm gonna readjust my tree strap keeping it well high above. Me sit on the sit bar. Once again stick my feet under the hinge arms bring the base up stand backwards just to seat. It firmly that we're at the height. We want to hunt what we're gonna do is we're going to take.

    These stabilizer straps at the same time. And simply snug them up. While I've got weight on the platform don't over tighten them but cinch them up. What that's going to do it's going to put tension on. This traction belt and it's gonna make. This top section just rock-solid against the tree. Ican flip my seat down. And get into a sitting position. You can adjust the height of your seat according to the length of your legs. Ilike to bring this sits bar right up here in front of. Me just for extra security makes a good armrest. When we're ready to come back down the tree flip the seat up out of your way you're gonna take the tension off the stabilizer straps by lifting up on the buckle. And creating never slack just pull on the strap. You can break these buckles they're not weight-bearing but create slack in them. And you're ready to come back down the tree you're gonna sit on the sit bar feet go under the hinge arms again rocking my ankles forward bring the base down the tree make sure it's firm bring the top section back down the tree lower my tree strap as.

    Igo again stay and attached at. All times repeat this process until. You get back down to the ground before. You remove your harness that's the proper way to climb with the lone-wolf flip-top combo a couple additional features to the loan will flip top combo is the fact. That you're actually sitting up above the frame similar to a hang on tree stand. If you've got this sits bar up in front of. It still allows you to shoot a bow from a sitting position. And you've got full range of motion the other advantage is the fact. That the seat actually flips up so. When you've got that approaching gear. You want to hide your silhouette. You can actually stand back against the tree.

    Or shoot behind the tree works very well. And again you've got to sit bar out in front of. You as a guide to where your platform is for some added security a great stand again it's its kind of the best of. Both worlds the ultimate stand. You need to check out for bow hunting.

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    X-Stand Treestands Sit N' Climb Treestand

  • Unique sit and climb bar
  • Made of 6061 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Pro-FleX fiberglass makes this stand light
  • Climb tree without hang ups
  • Seat and platform pair up perfectly to lay flat
  • Backpacking straps
  • The X-Stand Treestands Sit N' Climb Treestand is made of 6061 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum, the lightest aluminum in the industry, and weighs in at just 12 lbs. The Sit N' Climb's unique bar allows hunters to sit while climbing. The bar doubles as a shooting rail, armrest, footrest or can be tucked under and out of the way. The quick-attach cable system secures in place with a spring-loaded, rubber-coated pin. Patented Pro-FleX™ fiberglass with flex arms is one of the reasons this stand is light and sets it apart from other climbers. By moving in and out, the arms eliminate heavy bulky upper framework. These flex arms also allow a cable to move inward as weight is applied to grip a tree on the sides as well as the back. For added clearance ascending and descending a tree without the hang ups that normally happen with climbers, the flex arms push the cable away from a tree while climbing. Taking your weight off the platform releases the cable from a tree when you're ready to climb again. Once you've reached your desired height, simply tighten the straps to secure your seat. Sit N' Climb seat and foot platform pair up perfectly and lay flat on each other. Wrap the included bungee cord around both parts, and attach the backpacking straps for a secure, silent fit that makes for easy, convenient packing and carry in the field. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD). Imported.
    Seat ht: 19".
    Seat size: 19"W x 10″D.
    Platform size: 21"W x 31″D.
    Wt: 12 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Quest Climbing Treestand

  • Large, thick insulated seat for the all-day hunter
  • Pouches for gear storage
  • Streamlined design decreases overall weight, enhances performance
  • Traction ridges on all platforms
  • Triangular extrusions deaden sound, increase strength
  • API Outdoors Alumi-Tech Quest Climbing Treestand features a large, 4"-thick seat cushion and a 2"-thick backrest cushion for all-day comfort. The entire seat is insulated and also features pouches. Padded armrests with an inside climber dimension of 21"W x 28"D add to the overall comfort factor. Other features include a streamlined design that decreases overall weight and enhances performance, traction ridges on all platforms and reinforced closed triangular extrusions that deaden sound and increase strength. The Quest also includes an accessory bag, backpack straps, coated steel climbing chains and DVD. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full-body harness with climbing belt and Suspension Relief Device (SRD).
    Seat size: 19"W x 12"D x 4" thick.
    Backrest: 25"H x 19"W x 2" thick.
    Platform size: 20"W x 26"D.
    Wt: 26 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 350 lbs.



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    Living it up raised the bar on your deer stand hunting with. This marksman climber so light. And portable pair it on your back for easy setup in the farthest reaches of your property raising your stand requires no advanced planning just pick a tree then climb your way up to a penthouse view chain contours its way around Knox. Or short branches and traction ridges dig in deep for security up in the air the netted seat offers a supportive throne. You wait for opportunity to come around the bed safe secure successful hunting grab your marksmen climber today.

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    X-Stand Treestands X-1 Climbing Treestand

  • Made of 6061 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Pro-FleX fiberglass makes this stand light
  • Climb tree without hang ups
  • Seat and platform pair up perfectly to lay flat
  • Backpacking straps
  • Weighing in at 11 lbs., the X-Stand Treestands The X-1 Climbing Treestand is made of 6061 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum, the lightest aluminum in the industry. Patented Pro-FleX™ fiberglass with flex arms is one of the reasons this stand is so light and sets it apart from other climbers. By moving in and out, the arms eliminate heavy bulky upper framework. These flex arms also allow a cable to move inward as weight is applied to grip a tree on the sides as well as back. For added clearance ascending and descending a tree without the hang ups that normally happen with climbers, the flex arms push the cable away from a tree while climbing. Taking your weight off the platform releases the cable from a tree when you're ready to climb again. Once you've reached your desired height, simply tighten the straps to secure your seat. The X-1 seat and foot platform pair up perfectly and lay flat on each other. Wrap the included bungee cord around both parts, and attach the backpacking straps for a secure, silent fit that makes for easy, convenient packing and carry in the field. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA and includes a full body harness with Suspension Relief Device (SRD). Imported.
    Seat ht: 19".
    Seat size: 19"W x 10"D.
    Platform size: 21"W x 31"D.
    Wt: 11 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    hello my name is turning over ball with extant tree stands I'm here to show. You the xscape is a 2-piece lightweight aluminum climbing tree stand. It has a dual seat system which means. You have a nice high back thick padded seat here. You can remove this seat. You can take it rights off. And leave it at home. And sit just on the net. If you'd like to do. That as well in the net slides back. And forth really easily so. You can move it back to give yourself a little bit of extra room on the platform. This stand comes with the padded armrest the padded sitting bar padded backpack straps. It comes with everything you see here. These straps attach to the top. And to the bottom securing the two. While you're in the stand. All times when climbing. That prevents you from ever losing the bottom of the platform. This is a nice feature. These cinch down tight. Once you're in position. It locks the top section down for your Senate. It won't move the escape comes with spring-loaded spring pins. They are not removable from the stands there're no worries about loosing them in the dark. Or losing them in the woods. You just pull out on the spring pin slide your cable back-and-forth find the correct hole for the tree diameter let the spring pin close push. It in make sure it's secure.

    And those are really easy to use. And there's a real nice feature is the platform itself is 27 inches deep. And 20 inches wide so. You have ample standing room to make standing shots. This is the escape from next and.

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