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At only 21 lbs., this OL' MAN Outdoors AlumaLite CTS Climbing Treestand is one seriously backpackable stand! Yet it's an OL' MAN all the way: secure high-strength construction, open design, patented ComforTech™ seating, pivoting spreader arms. But now, with feather-light aluminum oval tubing and a reconfigured cable system, setup is even faster. And the redesigned standing platform offers tubing-style foot straps for super-easy entry. Platform: 18" x 32". Weight: 21 lbs. All OL' MAN treestands include a full-body safety harness. Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: COM-13.
Love the new cable heads
Great stand I use this stand when I have to walk long distances in and out. The interchangable foot rest is my favorite part.
I had to call and order the OL'MAN universal bowholder from OL'MAN directly. They seem like a good group of guys that like to hunt.
May 30, 2012
Just bought today. Cant wait for 2012 deer season! Light weight, compact when folded for storage/transport(Not as compact as the "older" ol' mans" but will be fine), VERY comfortable back-pack straps. The molded/formed cable ends will make lining up the hole in the cable head with the holes in the spreader arms simple and quick. No more trying to twist a cold cable with cold hands to line things up... The spreader arms are wider than older OL'man climbers and give me, a 6'5", 265Lb man room to move while sitted. Only a 4 rating because the included harness is junk and two of the four locking cable pins were missing but Ol' man is shipping them immediately
February 3, 2012
Awesome New Design
Love the fact that you do not have to twist cable anymore to line pins up. Excellent
August 11, 2010
I don't think OL'MAN recomends doing that because the bar actually provides support to the structure of the stand. If you want to hunt out of the stand open faced the foot rest option is the closest, that is what I use all of the time!
i dont use a bow holder on my stand, but i have seen some that clamp on to your stand, and shouldnt be that hard to find, i just recommend buying a screw in E-Z hanger by realtree, great product, and your bow is right there when you need it. the thing i found with bow holders on your stand is any movement, your bow shakes along with your arrow,
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