API Outdoors Alumi-Tech Crusader Climbing Treestand
Sturdy aluminum API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Crusader Climbing Treestand boasts a completely open design for the perfect shot in any direction. The non-slip foot platform allows for a safe, wide stance, and the generously padded seat and armrests provide all-day comfort. Other features include streamlined design that decreases overall weight and enhances performance, traction ridges on all platforms, and reinforced closed triangular extrusions that deaden sound and increase strength. Full-body safety harness with climbing belt, suspension relief strap, and safety DVD included. The Crusader also includes an accessory bag and backpack straps. Seat: 17" x 11" x 2". Backrest: 11" x 17" x 2". Inside Climber: 21" x 28". Platform: 20" x 26". Weight: 22 lbs. Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: GCL303-A.
- Sturdy aluminum stand
- Completely open design
- Non-slip foot platform
- Generously padded seat and armrests
- Streamlined design decreases overall weight and enhances performance
- Traction ridges on all platforms
- Reinforced closed triangular extrusions that deaden sound and increase strength
- Full-body safety harness with climbing belt
- Suspension relief strap
- Treestand safety DVD included
- Accessory bag and backpack straps
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Picking the right tree to hang a treestand is just as important as knowing how to use the stand properly. Safe trees have strong, straight trunks, with no dead tops or limbs that could fall and injure a hunter from the wind. Trees with medium-rough bark such as oaks hold stands very well. Rough bark trees such as shell-bark hickory, or smoothbark like beech trees can cause the stands to slip. Only hang your stand as high as you feel comfortable with. 12 to 18 feet should be adequate depending on terrain of area that you are hunting.
Be careful when using smooth bark trees such as aspen, birch, maple and hickory. Don't use branches for climbing and never step on a dead branch, no matter how secure it may look.