Ameristep Step-Up Tree Steps - 12-Step Kit
I use a lot of lock-on stands to bowhunt out of and screw in steps are the only option for me. There are easier ways to get up a tree like the strap on ladder sections but unless your rich or don't put up many stands they are just to pricey. Ameristep steps have always worked for me with no problems. A word of advice though: remove them after the season is over. I had a friend who had one break but he had left it in this tree for four years! I take mine out after the season closes and paint them every other year.
January 25, 2009
I would definitely recommend these steps to anyone, they are very durable and easy to install as long as you don't pick a very hard wooded tree to install your treestand in, and if you do decide to pick a harder wooded tree I would suggest to get some kind of step installer, but other wise theses are great steps and are a great buy!
October 5, 2014
texturd spray paint
i cant tell you how hard it is to find tree stand steps in my town in early june but im replaceing my last set that ive been useing for allmost 5 years now, not that there was anything wrong with them, i actually gave all of mine to my brother now he swayers by them! just remember to take them out after everyseason! i useually re- paint mine with texturd spray paint for a like new feeling grip every year. thank you bass pro for acuarate shipping and never missing a part!
June 14, 2010
Tree Step or Bow Hang?
I bought 4 of these for my small, one man bow stands. These are a great help to me as I use them as bow hangs. They are very strong and also durable. I trust this product to hold up my Z7 anyday. (If you plan on screwing one of these into a tree, make sure you do it before you go hunting, it becomes a pain early in the morning in low/no light conditions.)
October 26, 2010