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Lone Wolf Wide Sit & Climb Combo II Climbing Tree Stand
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- Comfort meets convenience, without sacrificing an ounce of performance
- The unique, pivoting sit & climb bar provides easy climbing; Fits trees 6" - 19" in diameter
- 2-panel contoured foam seat pad provides all-day comfort
- Features the full-size 30" x 19.5" platform with the distinctive 3-D camo platform design
- Weighs just 21 pounds and has a 350-pound weight limit; Packs down to a slim 4-inch profile
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Lone Wolf Climbers pack to a 4-1/2" profile.
As seen here, the Lone Wolf Climbers are built for the mobile hunter. Light weight, low profile , and extremely quiet.
Wide Sit & Climb 'Combo' II
Comfort meets convenience without sacrificing an ounce of performance.
The Lone Wolf Sit & Climb 'Combo' and Wide Sit & Climb 'Combo' Climbing Treestands feature the unique, pivoting sit & climb bar provides easy climbing, while the 2-panel contoured foam seat pad makes that all-day sit a cinch. Features the full-size 30" x 19.5" platform. This feature-filled climber treestand packs down to a slim 4-inch profile. Just grab it and go. You'll soon learn why the Sit & Climb Climbing Treestand is a favorite of both gun and bow hunters.
- Platform size: 30" x 19.5" one-piece cast aluminum; Distinctive 3D camo platform design
- Weight rating: 350-pound; Weighs just 20 pounds!
- Includes 6-point fall arrest system
- Includes backpack straps, one bungee strap, and stabilizing straps
- Top dimension: 17.25" wide
- Seat: 2-panel, contoured foam seat pad
- Fits trees 6" - 19" in diameter; Uses 2 regular Traction belts
- New in-cast bow holder accommodates most parallel limb bows; Includes bonus pivoting sit & climb bar
Comfort meets convenience, without sacrificing an ounce of performance - that's the Wide Sit & Climb "Combo" Climbing Stand. The unique, pivoting sit & climb bar provides easy climbing, while the 2-panel contoured foam seat pad makes that all-day sit a cinch. Features the full-size 30" x 19.5" platform. This feature-filled climber stand packs down to a slim 4-inch profile. Just grab it and go. You'll soon learn why it's a favorite of both gun and bow hunters.
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I was first going to say that I was going to send it back, as I feel that anything that costs this much should come with some quality straps and some bungees!!!!! However, I bit the bullet and got some MOLLE straps as recommended by others. There is a learning curb with this stand. Try it on a non-impactful hunt first. Then you will know what YOU need to do for YOU. I was able to break this stand down and pack it up in the dark (the light went out on my headlamp). When you are going out I recommend grabbing one more bungee and watching the pre and post setups. I sat in this stand for 6 hours today and wasn't the least bit uncomfortable. It is light, durable, and pretty simple to use (once you figure it out)
Where i hunt its really thick and lots of stuff to grab or smack the stand on. my viper classic was horrible and very loud every time it snagged. The lonewolf packs small (if you dont pack it like they instruct, pack it with the cables on the same side so you can tuck them under the cord). Im only 5'8" so the smaller the better, esp when I have to go over a log.
setup is easy, climbs well and it comfortable for me on a all day sit.
Only mods i made was to add the molle system with frame, straps and belt and swapped to a hazmore seat so I can take seated shots with the bow.
My only negative is the top section needs pressure on it at all times when the stabilizer straps are not engaged. One small bump will drop the top (with the sit and climb and hand climber top, I have both). So be careful when you go to move the harness strap or step over the sit and climb bar.
Minus those negatives, the stand is perfect for my needs