Climb Safer with TRACTION Climbing Sticks by HAWK

Exclusive Traction Step Design Provides Superior Grip And Safety When Climbing Into The Stand.

HAWK Traction Series of Climbing Sticks
HAWK Traction Series of Climbing Sticks
HAWK Outdoors
HAWK Outdoors

Vassar, MI. – -(Ammoland.com)- HAWK helps hunters gain confidence while climbing high with the all-new Tractions Series of steel climbing sticks.

The HAWK Traction Series of Climbing Sticks features two products, the TRACTION 20’ Steel Stacking Stick with MSRP of $89.99 and the 3-Pack of TRACTION SS Climbing Stick sections with MSRP of $69.99.

“As the names suggestion, both products have been built with HAWK’s exclusive traction step design which has a dual row of gripping teeth and raised step ends providing the best slip-resistant step surface for climbing sticks,” says HAWK Chief Engineer Rob Butcher. “In addition to the Traction Steps, we also use oval tubing for the sticks which provides superior hand grip and strength.”

“Sometimes conditions are wet, muddy, snow covered or icy when it’s the best times of year to hunt. We developed the superior gripping Traction Series of climbing sticks to insure safer grip and climbing in all conditions,” says HAWK President Scott Lee.

In addition to superior boot and hand grip, the HAWK Traction Series Climbing Sticks are equipped with their exclusive Silent-Overmolded Treestrap Hook quiet whether packing or installing and is super easy to attach.

HAWK is a hunter-driven company committed to ruggedly designed outdoor gear. Never satisfied and refusing to settle, our passion is bringing superior design, quality and performance to products that all hunters can enjoy. Like refining a strategy in the woods, it’s all about evolving.

For more information on the new Traction Series, and all of HAWK’s new products, go to www.facebook.com/HAWKgear, or email contact@hawkhunting.com.

HUNT STRONGER. SAFER. SMARTER. HUNT FROM ABOVE.

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