Big Game Treestands The Next Generation™ Stealth Deluxe Ladder Stand
- One person ladder stand
- Works well for bow or gun hunting
- 20" wide by 15" deep Flex-Tek Zero-Gravity Seat
- Seat flips up and out of the way
- Take standing shots from the 26" x 19" platform
- Flip-back footrest adjusts for height and length
- Padded, removable shooting rail adjusts for height and length
- Include a full-body safety harness
- Three single-rail sleeved sections
- 1" ratchet strap
- Two 1" stabilizer straps
- Adjustable support bar
- Steel construction
- Fits trees 9" or more in diameter
- Backrest: 14"x20"
- Height: 14' to Platform, 15.5' to Seat, 17' to Shooting Rail
- Weight: 55 lbs.
Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: CR3813-S.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ydoineedanickname Well worth the price Got this earlier in the year and I am very pleased. It was the cheapest stand they had for sell so I gave it a try. My other stands are climbers and this was my first ladder style. Its a bit heavier and bulker than climber stands, but can be handled by yourself. It had good instructions, all the hardware was there and it took less than 45 minutes to assemble. Set it up a couple months ago and its still fine. The only bad thing is the padding for the rails seems lame, but it works so i guess im just being picky. I shoot archery so we flipped the shooter rail over and it drops low enough to shoot under 10 yards from the tree. No squeeks or clanks when moving around. The seat flips up on a bar hinge so you can use the whole platform to stand on. Be sure to use the ladder strut and the cross over straps when you put it on a tree, other wise she is a bit shakey. I had 2 people in it at the same time so I know she can hold over 400 lbs. The seat sits a little high if your into taking naps and its not the most padded thing either, but fine for a 3-4 hour hunt. Its made in China like 99% of everything else Bass Pro sells if your wondering. The hardest thing to figure out was the safety harness it came with. For the price this thing is worth the money. After this season we are going to give it a different paint job because its a bit to dark to fit in with the Missouri trees. August 29, 2012