Secures with two ratchet straps, two stabilizer straps, and an adjustable support bar
Seat: 38" x 14"
Platform: 38" x 14"
Height: 17' to Platform, 18.5' to Seat. 20' to Shooting Rail
Weight: 88 lbs.
Includes two full-body safety harnesses
Maximum weight capacity: 500 lbs.
Big Game’s tallest 2-person ladder stand lets you see it all from 20'. Features include a removable padded shooting rail, two individual, removable seat cushions, and a double rail steel ladder for Rock-Solid™ support. Secures with 2 ratchet straps, 2 stabilizer straps, and an adjustable support bar. Seat: 38" x 14". Platform: 38" x 14". Height: 17' to Platform, 18.5' to Seat. 20' to Shooting Rail. Weight: 88 lbs. Includes two full-body safety harnesses. Maximum weight capacity: 500 lbs.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Loki Sky Rise
This is the best ladder stand I have ever been in or own. They are strong and have the height to get you up where you need to be. The only thing that is required is 2 to 3 really strong people to put them up. I have 3 of these stands up at this time and they have been out for a long time.
September 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by birddog457 can't go wrong
I have 2 of these now - 1 has been in place for 2 seasons the other for one full season and starting into another season for both. has met & exceeded my expectations - great for my 10yo nephew and i when we get to hunt together - even more comfortable if i get to use alone. i have padded the shooting rail and draped with camo burlap to help conceal his figity self. missed the sale this year but still plan on adding another to the cache.
it will take 2 or 3 of you get it set-up initially - after its in place you can fine-tune alone.
November 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deathrowe Good product
Bought this stand for this season because my daughter is hunting with me this year (Her first year, she is 5 and is addicted to hunting already!). The stand is easy to initially build and set up doesn’t take that long either. What I like is the stand doesn’t squeak when you move around in it, just make sure you strap it down tight to the tree. I have used it twice this year on hogs and gearing up for Archery season now!
August 29, 2011
Yes and no. If you choose to leave it up all season remember that the straps should be replaced sooner and the stand will need to be adjusted every couple of weeks (loosen, reposition, tighten straps). Also, at the height of this stand the tree will move more in the wind and that can put a strain on straps and the stand itself.