Hunter Safety System® Rope-Style Tree Strap
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by pelhunter easier Always didn't ike the standard strap, too noisy and gets twisted. This is easy to use, feels more secure and works better. they should be standard with the harness. might be a bit long. November 19, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by manny8791 Great Upgrade This product is a great upgrade to the standard equipment that is included with the vests. It has given me much more range of motion and is extremely easy to set up. November 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by NBKbowhunter Great Product I use this for my climber, and it makes getting up the tree much quicker than with the standard tree strap that came with my harness. Additionally, when at the desired height, this allows me to give myself some extra mobility room for archery shots behind the tree - that were very hard to do with my old strap. November 12, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by beefstew77 Nice Product Very easy to use and makes me feel safe. A+++++++++ Product November 7, 2010
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A:This does not take place of the harness. It takes the place of the strap that goes around the tree. By replacing the strap with the rope, you get more distance from the tree if you want to be able to move around a bit more. Also, if you have a stand that faces away from the tree, this strap is a must.
A:I've seen various models of the vest and none that I'm aware of include the rope style tree strap as a standard feature. Some new vests do now include the linemans climbing belt which is very useful for installing stands and tree steps.
A:Not quite sure off the top of my head on the length.I'm 6'2" and i can put as high as i can reach and still have some play. Rope can fit around just about any size tree. The sliding prussic not makes it very multi dimensional.
A:I have mine packed away for hunting and haven't measured it...but the rope is approximately 8 feet long with a loop at the bottom end to insure that the knot stays on the rope. The amount of free hanging rope will depend on the diameter of the tree trunk/limb.
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