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Guide Gear Extreme Deluxe Climbing Tree Stand for Hunting with Seat and Foot Platform, Deer Hunting Accessories

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  • EXTREME DELUXE HUNTING TREE STAND – The Guide Gear Hunting Tree Stand is great for deer hunting. Features a 1” padded hunting seat cushion and climbing seat bar.
  • DURABLE – Made from durable steel for rugged stability. Our hunting tree stands are built to last for years of use. Includes full-body safety harness.
  • COMFORTABLE – Features a 1” thick foam padded seat, padded backrest, and armrests to keep you comfortable all day. An essential part of your deer hunting gear.
  • PORTABLE – The metal stand features a nesting design that folds down for easy transport and storage in your vehicle. 300 lb weight capacity.
  • INCLUDES FITTINGS – Our deer stands for hunting include everything you need to get started with nylon foot straps and cam-buckle straps to lock the foot and seat platforms in place.

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Guide Gear Extreme Deluxe Climber Tree Stand

The Guide Gear Deluxe Climber Tree Stand is designed for comfort with an extra-padded seat, armrests, and backrest. Stay comfortable on long stakeouts with our durable deer stands made from robust steel. The stable platform offers plenty of foot space to stretch out. Featuring a camo covering that helps you stay concealed and a fold-up design that’s easy to transport and store. 

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  • Sturdy steel construction for years of safe hunting
  • 19"w. x 26"d. foot platform provides enough room to stretch out
  • 17"w. x 10"d. sling seat with 1" thick foam and backrest
  • Fits trees up to 20" in diameter
  • Padded armrests and climbing seat bar
  • Adjustable nylon foot straps for quick, easy climbing
  • Cam-buckle straps lock the foot and seat platforms in place
  • Nests for easy transport and storage
  • Includes full-body safety harness
  • Weighs 33 lbs.

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 27, 2017
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice climber, espically for the price!
By Amazon Customer on August 27, 2017
Review for Guide Gear Extreme Deluxe Climber Treestand.
2017, will be my first year using a climber, this is the first climber I've owned or used. I paid $79. for the climber.
They need to use foam for shipping. It came with some scratches. Not a big deal for me (pic 1).

The harness sucks but I've read all the climbers come with horrible harnesses though. I bought the Hunter Safety Systems X1 Bowhunter to replace it, it's comfortable and easy to put on in the dark.

I've climbed a few trees with it and it's climbed very easily, teeth are holding up, welds look good. It's structurally sound.

The seat is comfortable, as comfortable or more than most hang ons I've used.

The carry straps aren't great (pic 2). I carried it around my back yard several times, it's late August, 70° so I'm wearing a shirt and saddles. I walked for about an hour or so, stepped over some baby walkers and stepped up onto and off of the stone firepit to simulate fallen logs ect in the woods. It's pretty quiet and I can tolerate the straps. I set them up so they are on my traps and not my shoulders, that helps. If you're hunting in winter clothing I think the straps won't be an issue, if you're in the south or someplace warm youll probably want better straps, I think I'll get some rifle straps to replace them anyway.

Make sure to tighten the seat up before hiking so the clips don't clang (pic 3).

I used a strap from the harness to strap the top to the bottom for carrying. It's quicker and easier than the two straps they give you to use. Make sure you don't have the rope attaching the top and bottom dangling to the ground, it'll get snagged. I prefer to carry the climber teeth down, in case I fall I don't want it climbing my neck and this way I get to the tree face away from it squat down and don't have to spin the climber or anything (pic 4).

Over all, I really like the climber so far. I sat it it for about an hour two separate times and was comfortable enough not to move much. I reccomend marking the seat straps where you'll use them so you can adjust them to where it's comfortable once you set the climber on a tree but you are still on the ground that way you're not fumbling with it 20'/30' up. I'll recomend it to my friends espically with it costing so little (pic 5).
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