The 16 Best Treestands – Climbing Sticks & Tree Steps reviews

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  Big Game Treestands The Quick-Stick Climbing Sticks Lone Wolf Climbing Sticks – Four-Pack Ameristep® Step-Up Tree Step – Single Muddy® The Quick-Stick XL Climbing Sticks Ameristep® Tree Steps Millennium M210 20-ft. Stick Ladder API Outdoors Ultra-Steel Stackin' Stik Millennium Hang-On Steel Ladder Hurricane Safety Systems Treestand PowerStep™ Millennium Hang-On Aluminum Ladder API Outdoors® Ultra-Steel 20-ft. Stackin' Stik® Ladder X-Stand Treestands The Mantis Climbing Sticks Summit Treestands Bucksteps® II Climbing Steps X-Stand Treestands 20' Stick Ezy Climb Rod Tree Steps Hawk Mega Step™
  Big Game Treestands The Quick-Stick Climbing Sticks Lone Wolf Climbing Sticks – Four-Pack Ameristep® Step-Up Tree Step – Single Muddy® The Quick-Stick XL Climbing Sticks Ameristep® Tree Steps Millennium M210 20-ft. Stick Ladder API Outdoors Ultra-Steel Stackin' Stik Millennium Hang-On Steel Ladder Hurricane Safety Systems Treestand PowerStep™ Millennium Hang-On Aluminum Ladder API Outdoors® Ultra-Steel 20-ft. Stackin' Stik® Ladder X-Stand Treestands The Mantis Climbing Sticks Summit Treestands Bucksteps® II Climbing Steps X-Stand Treestands 20' Stick Ezy Climb Rod Tree Steps Hawk Mega Step™
Brand Ameristep MILLENNIUM API Outdoors Big Game Treestands - Hurricane Safety Systems Millennium Treestands MILLENNIUM API Outdoors Summit Treestands Muddy Outdoors Hawk Lone Wolf Treestands Ameristep X-Stand Treestands X-Stand Treestands
Wt - -  38 lbs. 20 lbs. - 24 lbs.  17 lbs. 18 lbs.  27 lbs. 11 lbs. 5 lbs./section; 25 lbs. total. - 2.5 lbs./stick. -  20 lbs. 2.5 lbs. each.
Wt. capacity - - 300 lbs. 300 lbs. - - 300 lbs. 300 lbs. 300 lbs. 260 lbs. 300 lbs. - 350 lbs. - 300 lbs. 300 lbs.

Big Game Treestands The Quick-Stick Climbing Sticks

  • 4 lbs. each
  • Rock Solid technology
  • Five 1" Cam-Buckle straps 
  • At only 4 lbs. each, Big Game Treestands' The Quick-Stick Climbing Sticks are ideal for hunters who want a portable climbing system. Rock Solid™ technology delivers steel-welded sticks that are held secure to the tree with five 1" cam-buckle straps. Five sleeved sections with ample, alternating angled steps allow you to effortlessly climb 20 ft. to your stand. Designed for use as a fully assembled ladder with the bottom section in direct contact with the ground at all times. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA.
    Wt: 20 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    Lone Wolf Climbing Sticks – Four-Pack

  • Reversible steps make getting in and out of your tree a breeze
  • Nesting design allows for compact, rattle-free transport
  • Quiet construction won't spook game
  • Pivoting brackets match the tree's contour for stability
  • Lone Wolf's Climbing Sticks boast reversible steps that make it easy to get in and out of your treestand. Quiet design won't spook game, plus they nest together for easy storage and transport. Pivoting brackets match the contour of your tree for exceptional stability. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA.
    Length: 32"/stick.
    Wt: 2.5 lbs./stick.
    Wt. capacity: 350 lbs.



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    Ameristep® Step-Up Tree Step – Single

  • Easy-to-install self-tapping threads
  • Deeply knurled for safe climbing
  • 4" stepping area
  • For the hunter with multiple stands, the Ameristep Step-Up Tree Step is easy to install so you can get to any stand. Easy-to-install, 2" tapered self-tapping threads make these steps a hunter's best friend. Deeply knurled for safe climbing. Do not exceed 300-lbs. 4" step area. Per each.



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    Muddy® The Quick-Stick XL Climbing Sticks

  • Safe, silent and simple to assemble
  • Silencers prevent noisy metal-on-metal contact
  • Double steps make climbing 20 ft. a breeze
  • Five 1" cam-buckle straps hold the step sections securely in place
  • Enjoy simple, silent access to your stand thanks to Muddy's all-steel-welded, two-sided The Quick-Stick XL Climbing Sticks. Built-in silencers eliminate excessive noise from metal-on-metal contact. Double-steps are held securely to a 9"-dia. or greater tree via five 1" cam-buckle straps, ensuring peace of mind as you climb 20 ft. off the ground. Includes one 1" cam-buckle strap per section. Durable Fiber Guard coating. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA. Five 48"L sections. 20'H (18" between sections).
    Steps: 10.5"W.
    Wt: 5 lbs./section; 25 lbs. total.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    The quick stick XL climbing sticks are made of durable steel tubing and come in the muddy powder coat making for a long-lasting finish. These sticks are 48 inches long per section. And come in sets of five the steps are ten. And a half inches wide. And attach to the tree with silent cam buckles. Each section weighs five pounds. And has steps on both sides the quick stick XL climbing sticks are a straightforward climbing system. That gets you 220 feet up.

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    Ameristep® Tree Steps

  • Easy climbing access to your treestand
  • Self-tapping threaded point for quick installation
  • Screw in these Ameristep Tree Steps below your stand for easy climbing access. The steel tree steps each have a self-tapping threaded point for quick installation. Per each.
    Available:
    • Step-Up – 4"W step area.
    • Grizzly – 6"W knurled step area for enhanced traction.




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    Millennium M210 20-ft. Stick Ladder

  • Stand offs provide more boot room as you climb
  • Sturdy yet lightweight steelTOUGH construction
  • Dual top step for added security
  • Includes 7-ft. cam-buckle strap for large trees
  • Get into and out of your treestand easily with the Millennium M210 20-ft. Stick Ladder. Stand offs hold the ladder away from the tree to provide more boot room as you climb the nonslip steps, and the dual top step adds security. Sturdy yet lightweight steelTOUGH construction with a durable powder-coat finish offers long-lasting performance. Includes 7-ft. cam-buckle strap for extra-large trees. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA. Per 5 4-ft. sections.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.
    Wt: 17 lbs.



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    API Outdoors Ultra-Steel Stackin' Stik

  • Steel construction 
  • Four 5-ft. sections
  • Assembles quickly
  • Easily takes you up to 20 ft. high
  • Six cam buckle straps and three snap pins
  • The Steel construction of the API Outdoors Ultra-Steel Stackin' Stik provides unbeatable stability and strength. Four 5-ft. sections assemble quickly and easily to take you up to 20 ft. high. Six cam buckle straps and three snap pins make securing it to the tree easy. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA.
    Wt: 27 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.

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    Millennium Hang-On Steel Ladder

  • Four-pack of hang-on steel climbing sticks
  • Single-tube design with angled step design
  • Double-loop connection straps for safety
  • Reach hunting heights easily and safely with the Millennium Hang-On Steel Ladder. The four-pack of hang-on climbing sticks use a single-tube design with double-sided angled step design. Double-loop connection straps have an easy-pull cam buckle. Stackable design for easy transport. Per 4 32" sections.
    Ht: 10' 8" ft.
    Wt: 18 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    after unpack aging the box you'll find the stand along with a manual. And safety DVD a parts bag with strap bolts nuts. And washers the M 102 s receiver at EMA approved safety harness. And nice touch a lifeline assembly is really simple attach the upright to the base with the three-inch bolt — orange washers to regular washers. And the not take note. That the orange washers go against the upright not the regular ones snug. It up good but it still has to bend without a lot of effort next install the seat using a four. And three-quarter inch bolts — washers in. One night please take note. That the orange washers are already installed in. This step the seat should move freely but still have. Some resistance to hang the stand first install the m102 s receiver to the tree by attaching the ratchet strap to the receiver via the bolt on the right side make sure top is up before securing to the tree completely next slide the standards at the receiver removing the art clip first. Once the stand is seated properly reinstall the our clip. You can attach the lower ratchet strap to the upright near the base tighten. And secure properly to adjust the platform simply lift up on the base to take tension off pull the locking bracket out of position. And slide to the next desired position.

    This is going to allow. You to level the base to the tree. You are hung in the seat will lift out of the way. And there's also a bolt. You can move in and out to adjust the level of the seat along with the adjust ability of the seat. It is also very large. And very comfortable the platform is a really good size. It allows a lot of freedom of movement to get set up for. That perfect shot included in the purchase of. This stand are straps to pack the stand in. And out the included footrest is already installed. And is set at a nice angle for all-day comfort the size of the foot grading on the base. And the overall finish of the stand is on par with.

    All other top manufacturers the m50 by millennium is a really nice hang on stand in my opinion for a little over a hundred dollars. You get a very nice wide comfortable seat a huge platform to move around on a building footrest for all-day comfort. It comes with a lifeline. They do provide backpack straps. You could pack this stand in. And out at 20 pounds. Ifeel it's a bit heavy for a run-and-gun application but for the reason. Ibought it to hang. It sits for the whole season. Or maybe only end up moving at. One time this is a really nice stand for your money so go check them up.

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    Hurricane Safety Systems Treestand PowerStep™

  • Adds stability and safety when entering or exiting treestand
  • Three large-tooth rails resist ice and deliver solid traction
  • Easily and solidly attaches to most sticks and ladders
  • With over 400% more foot room than a traditional ladder stick, Hurricane Safety Systems' Treestand PowerStep adds tons of stability, confidence and safety when you enter or exit your treestand. Three wide, large-tooth rails resist ice and deliver solid boot traction. Easily and solidly attaches to most most sticks and ladders with quickset bolts and adjustment.
    Wt: 24 lbs. 
    20"L x 16"W x 12"H.

    Note: Not to be used with non-continuous climbing sticks and Gravity Forward Climbing Sticks.

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    Good morning I'm David McCool with hurricane safety systems. And I'd like to introduce to. You today our flagship product it's a tree stand attachment system called the tree stand power lock by hurricane safety systems basically. What this is essentially is a device. That we've developed after the glass two years. It is a tensioning device. You can see here basically. How this works is and you'll you'll see. This square frame is simulating a tree stand frame we've developed a couple Universal brackets. That attach to the tree stand frame. And we also have one for a center post but. You don't see that here so here are the brackets the tensioning device the power lock itself can be used with a drill. Or a ratchet I'm gonna back. It up here so you can see. This pretty clearly. This is the tensioning device again we've been in development of. This for about two years within the tensioning device. What we've created is a micro plush. And this micro clutch provides. What we call calculated radial extraction that's the amount of force. That we are sucking the tree stand to the tree so as. You can see it's got a very healthy size sturdy hook on. It and what happens is. These universal brackets. That you would attach to your stand the power lock simply clips in as. You can see here and the gearing in. It is fantastic we say I'm. Even tightening with my fingers. You can use a ratchet a wrench of. Any kind to do this so. You open the tree simply take our chain pass. It around the tree I'm going to use the drill with.

    This thing you're gonna see. That the micro clutch is very similar to the clutch. That you find in a drill so. If you've got a preset amount of clutch. Where this thing punches out you'll get feedback. Imean audio feedback on. It you're going to hear. That with this product right. Now I'm going to show. It to you we simply just start. It you can see the cable is coming in is retracting in. We come forward on it. And you hear that the minute. You hear that that means. That our power lock has flushed out at about 400 pounds again of calculated radial extraction so the advantages of. This very safe product. Because you're working in front of. You're not reaching around the tree to pull the strap tight getting off you're always working in front of. You have left-to-right adjustment.

    Now we're advocating. That you use your strap. That the power lock is a backup system but. We believe it is the world's. Most technically advanced safest tree stand attachment system. And we're very proud to bring it to market for more information please contact hurricane safety systems. You can go to the web. And find us there or w/e hurricane SS com.

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    Millennium Hang-On Aluminum Ladder

  • Four-pack of hang-on climbing sticks
  • Single-tube design with angled-step design
  • Double-loop connection straps for safety
  • Climb to new heights and set up your hunting stands safely and easily with Millennium's Hang-On Aluminum Ladder. Lightweight aluminum construction makes them easier to carry in the field. The four-pack of aluminum hang-on climbing sticks have a single-tube design with alternating steps with sure traction angled-step design for better foot clearance. Double-loop connection straps have an easy-pull cam buckle. Stackable design for easy transport.



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    after unpack aging the box you'll find the stand along with a manual. And safety DVD a parts bag with strap bolts nuts. And washers the M 102 s receiver at EMA approved safety harness. And nice touch a lifeline assembly is really simple attach the upright to the base with the three-inch bolt — orange washers to regular washers. And the not take note. That the orange washers go against the upright not the regular ones snug. It up good but it still has to bend without a lot of effort next install the seat using a four. And three-quarter inch bolts — washers in. One night please take note. That the orange washers are already installed in. This step the seat should move freely but still have. Some resistance to hang the stand first install the m102 s receiver to the tree by attaching the ratchet strap to the receiver via the bolt on the right side make sure top is up before securing to the tree completely next slide the standards at the receiver removing the art clip first. Once the stand is seated properly reinstall the our clip. You can attach the lower ratchet strap to the upright near the base tighten. And secure properly to adjust the platform simply lift up on the base to take tension off pull the locking bracket out of position. And slide to the next desired position.

    This is going to allow. You to level the base to the tree. You are hung in the seat will lift out of the way. And there's also a bolt. You can move in and out to adjust the level of the seat along with the adjust ability of the seat. It is also very large. And very comfortable the platform is a really good size. It allows a lot of freedom of movement to get set up for. That perfect shot included in the purchase of. This stand are straps to pack the stand in. And out the included footrest is already installed. And is set at a nice angle for all-day comfort the size of the foot grading on the base. And the overall finish of the stand is on par with.

    All other top manufacturers the m50 by millennium is a really nice hang on stand in my opinion for a little over a hundred dollars. You get a very nice wide comfortable seat a huge platform to move around on a building footrest for all-day comfort. It comes with a lifeline. They do provide backpack straps. You could pack this stand in. And out at 20 pounds. Ifeel it's a bit heavy for a run-and-gun application but for the reason. Ibought it to hang. It sits for the whole season. Or maybe only end up moving at. One time this is a really nice stand for your money so go check them up.

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    API Outdoors® Ultra-Steel 20-ft. Stackin' Stik® Ladder

  • Fully enclosed ladder-style design
  • Ascend and descend with ease
  • Super-strong 20-ft. steel ladder
  • Four easy-to-assemble 5-ft. sections
  • Secures to virtually any tree
  • The fully enclosed ladder-style design of API Outdoors' Ultra-Steel 20-ft. Stackin' Stik Ladder provides more handholds and adds even greater stability, helping you ascend and descend with ease. Super-strong 20-ft. steel ladder comes in four easy-to-assemble sections of 5 ft. each. Secures to virtually any tree with six cam buckle straps and six snap pins. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA.
    Ht: 20 ft.
    Wt: 38 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    X-Stand Treestands The Mantis Climbing Sticks

  • Dual-tube construction enhances balance and durability
  • Steps angle away from the tree to provide more space
  • Serrated edges and cutouts eliminate debris and prevent slips
  • Super-lightweight and easy to transport
  • More durable and more balanced than traditional single-tube stands, X-Stand Treestands' The Mantis Climbing Sticks feature dual-spine technology in the form of two lightweight Pro-Lite aircraft-grade aluminum tubes to deliver years of outdoor use. Its steps are angled away from the tree trunk, providing ample space and improved clearance for hunting-boot-clad feet. Foot pegs boast serrated edges and cutouts that let mud, snow and ice fall away as you climb. Sticks nest within one another to make transport a breeze. Super-strong ratchet-strap attachments for a secure hold. Includes four sections with steps placed 12" apart. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA.
    Steps: 31"L x 10"W.
    Wt: 2.5 lbs. each.
    Wt. capacity: 300 lbs.



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    Summit Treestands Bucksteps® II Climbing Steps

  • Small profile, lightweight and updated step design
  • Dual-step construction gives support for both feet at the same level
  • Quiet cam-buckle attachment straps ensure you stay undetected
  • Traction strips for sure-footedness in any weather
  • Now with a smaller profile, lighter weight, silent tree attachment and updated step design, the mproved Bucksteps II Climbing Steps from Summit Treestands –  provide you with added stability and improved noise reduction. Dual-sided steps give support for both feet at the same level simultaneously. The cam-buckle attachment features quiet straps with reinforced webbing and ensures each climbing step is secured without noise or permanent damage to the tree. Traction strips keep you surefooted in any weather condition. Top and bottom V-bars stabilize each step. Four steps elevate you approximately 16 ft. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA. Per 4.
    Wt: 11 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 260 lbs.



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    X-Stand Treestands 20' Stick

  • Sure grip footsteps with serrated edges
  • Cut outs allow mud, ice and debris to fall away
  • Grab handle on top for safe stepping
  • Climb to your treestand easier and faster with X-Stand Treestands' The 20-foot Stick. The steps angle away from the tree, giving hunters an easier climb without the tree getting in the way. The sure grip footsteps feature serrated edges with cut outs that let mud, ice or debris fall away without becoming slippery. A grab handle is built into the top for safely stepping down on to your stand. The five-section ladder has button attachments for the security straps for silent attachment and removal. Product meets industry standards recognized by TMA.
    Ht: 20 ft.
    Step width: 15”.
    Step spacing: 15”.
    Wt: 20 lbs.
    Wt. capacity: 300 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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    Ezy Climb Rod Tree Steps

  • Sturdy, one-piece steel construction
  • Large step area for secure footing
  • Set up multiple stands with the 50-pack
  • Get secure footing for climbing to your treestand with the Ezy Climb Rod Tree Steps. The extra-sturdy, one-piece steel rod construction has a large step area to set your mind at ease on those early-morning climbs to your stand.
    Available: Three-pack, 50-Pack.
    Color: Black.

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    Hawk Mega Step™

  • Self-starting threads dig into hardwood
  • Solid, oversized steel step with raised end
  • Reflective end help you locate your stand at dusk
  • If you're packing your stand in and out, the Hawk Mega Step is the perfect climbing solution. Self-starting threads quickly dig into dense hardwoods. The solid, oversized steel step has a raised end to provide a secure and stable climb. Reflective step end allows you to locate your stand quickly in the dark. Easily store away in a backpack or cargo pocket. Compact and easy to carry as an alternative to bulky climbing sticks. Per 8.
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