Critical sections of tubing are foam-filled for sound reduction
Adjustable seat height
Ideal for bows or guns
Padded climbing seat bar
Includes a full-body safety harness
Weight: 20 lbs.
A perfect combination of comfort and light weight—now with Dead Metal Sound Deadening Technology! Critical sections of tubing are foam-filled for significant reductions in game-spooking sounds. Adjustable seat height; ideal for bows or guns. Features SummitLokt construction, RapidClimb stirrups, and QuickDraw cables. Cushioned armrests, padded climbing seat bar, backpack straps. Includes a full-body safety harness. Seat: 12" x 18" x 2". Backrest: 12" x 20" x 2". Inside Climber Frame: 19.75" x 26.5". Platform: 20" x 29". Weight: 20 lbs. Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Nice light and easy to use
Brought this as my first climber. Very light and easy to use. My 12 year old son climbs the tree in it like a spider monkey. This is a nice climber, but the paint tends to chip off. Camo tape to the rescue.
September 24, 2012
great tree stand
I was very nervous about getting into a climbing stand because of my height and weight where i am over 6,4 i didn't think that it would be good for me but i was able to climb to about 35 foot in the air with ease and not one slip up and as quiet as can be.
August 17, 2012
i purchased this stand 2 or 3 years ago and it is amazing. i love everything about it. you cant go wrong with the summit viper. only one glitch was that when i brought it home it had been packaged without the carrying straps. other than that, its been flawless
October 13, 2011
Rock Solid Climber
I am a first time climber this stand is well worth the money Rock solid super easy setup super quiet and very light weight. This is a must have will never hunt from a ladder stand again. The only complaint is the seat cushin riped on the bottom seat strap. Trying to get it replaced no word on that yet .
October 10, 2011
This will be my first climber purchase. I have used a really old climber that belonged to a friend in the past and the bar got in the way while trying to shoot out of it. This has lead me to believe the razor would be better for bow hunting. However, I have read several different reviews that say the Viper is fine for shooting a bow. I was wondering what your opinions are? does the bar get in the way, especially on straight down shots? Thanks a lot.
Think it's alright? I think you'll be lucky if it's still there. If it is there I'd definitely recommend checking out the strapping on the seat, as with anything else left out in the elements that long it could deteriorate. Also check the rubber on the tree straps, I had to replace mine.
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