Tree Spider Speed Safety Harness
Not that well thought out
I hate having to give a Robinson product 2 stars but this one needs more work.
The idea of an integrable harness that is light is great but I have had this one on 8 times this year and have fumbled with it every time. Without the waist level belt and more stable leg strap mounts this baby is not comfortable from sitting to standing.
I set it up when dressing and tighten it up for the walk in to woods. GREAT. I climb my tree and get all secure and comfy and sit down, COOL. I sit around, I shift around(doesn't everybody), I grab my bow to stand for an approaching prospect….and… I'm Hunchbacked as the straps for the legs have shifted making it almost impossible to stand upright.
Use this from the sit and you are fine, but try and stand with anything in your hands and you are doomed. You need your hands to shift the leg straps around to stand upright.
Extra thank yous for the Padded strap buckle covers and speeed clips to fit in all my great Scentblocker clothes, but fit is not what it needs to be.
Great concept and needs more refining.
November 5, 2013
Tree Spider Harness
I have never found a Harness that has been confrontable until now, very easy to get on and off I would recommend this to anyone.
October 2, 2013
No chaotic mess...
Absolutely love this harness. Those who know me understand the nickname Captain Chaos. The tree Spider takes all the muss and fuss out of getting rigged for the stand that, can at times, be very frustrating. Especially if you are trying to get out for a quick sit in the evening after work, and your harness is all tangled up. Been there! None of that with the Tree Spider. Fast, easy on, and your off to the woods. No tangled straps, no trying to figure out which buckle goes where, just slip it on and it straightens itself right out. Once the 3 buckles are fastened you never even notice it's there. Easy link up at the stand also. Once your carabiner is linked to the tree strap, I feel you could not be safer. Can't say enough about this safety harness. If you are even close to thinking about it, stop thinking and BUY IT!!
October 29, 2012