Ideal for hunters looking for maximum range of motion
Dead Metal Sound Deadening Technology
Large platform 20" x 30.75" platform
Extended top section to optimize your legroom
Seat height is adjustable
Gun hunters can use the padded climbing bar as a gunrest
Includes a full-body safety harness
Weight: 25 lbs.
Maximum weight capacity: 350 lbs.
Now with Dead Metal Sound Deadening Technology, Summit’s largest climbing stand is even better! Ideal for hunters looking for maximum range of motion, the Titan features a large platform and an extended top section to optimize your legroom. Seat height is adjustable, so gun hunters can use the padded climbing bar as a gunrest. Includes RapidClimb® Stirrups and a full-body safety harness. Inside Climber Frame: 21.75"x28.5". Platform: 20" x 30.75". Weight: 25 lbs. Maximum weight capacity: 350 lbs.
Rated 3 out of 5 by SCHunter31 Good Stand Cheap Camo
The stand seems to be fine, but the camo strips are attached with cheap zip ties that came off on my first trip to the woods. Seems like they could come up with a better system or at least use better zip ties for the price you have to pay.
October 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by deerhunter2448 Great Climber!
this is the second year I've used this climber. its very comfortable and doesn't weigh a ton! easy to carry in and out and a breeze to get up a tree with. I can sit there all day and I'm a big man!
October 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by jinks237 love it
I am 6'6" 335lbs and afraid of heights. I have used this stand 5 times now and love it. It is very comfortable and quit. Plenty of room for the big guys.
October 18, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by CHUNKS1140 Big man certified
I have used this stand for about 2 years know and yes it is a little heavier 25 pounds i believe but it makes up for it in comfort. There is so much room in this stand from early bow season with minimal clothing on until late season when you are really bundled up. This stand is the most comfortable stand i have ever been in. I have owned the new Loggy Bayou and Api as well and i am not knocking those stands one bit but i can say for myself at 5'9 and 250 pounds(not a chubby just a big boy) comfort and safety are all factors in this stand.
September 14, 2011
Very basic harness, similar to a seat belt. Hard to figure out at first but you get used to it. I would suggest upgrading to a better harness like HSS or Gorilla if you are going to be in it a lot, but this one works fine.
The harness is ok, it's not anything special. I didn't like it because it was easy to get twisted and tangled up and trying to straighten it out in the dark would make you opt for not using it, I bought a Hunters Safety System pro vest and have not had a single issue with it