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Hang-On Treestand

Hang-On Treestand

Summit Tree Stands

Summit Tree Stands

COLUMBUS, GA. -(Ammoland.com)- The Summit Crush Series Stoop Hang-On Treestand is designed to give you plenty of room to stand and maneuver, but its frame folds down into a smaller profile for easy transport.

The Stoop comes complete with a four-point safety harness, RapidClimb Stirrups and all the necessary pads, hardware ropes and straps. A padded seat provides you with lasting comfort during those long hours while you’re waiting for the big one to appear.

The Stoop is part of Summit’s Crush Series – the official treestands of the popular TV show Crush with Lee & Tiffany on the Outdoor Channel.

Summit’s Crush Series of treestands feature durable, powder-coated, all-steel construction with the craftsmanship and attention to detail that Summit is famous for.

Each stand comes with a one-year warranty.

Features:

• Padded Seat

• Folding Frame

• Durable Powder-Coated Steel Construction

• Removable Seat for Storage

• 4-Point FAS (harness) With Safety Strap, Lineman’s Belt and Attached SRS Atrap

• Written Instructions

• Safety / Instructional DVD

Summit Crush Series Stoop Hang-on Treestand Demensions:

• Stand Weight: 18 lbs.

• Construction: Steel

• Tree Size: 8 – 20″ Diameter

• Seat Height: 19″ From Platform

• Seat Size: 16″ wide by 9″ long

• Overall Size: 25″ wide by 25″ long

• Platform Area: 25″ wide by 25″ long

• Weight Limit: 300 lbs.

About Summit

Summit is a leading manufacturer of premium-quality, high-performance tree stands, safety straps, and ground blinds. Founded by John Woller, Sr. in 1981, the company combines a passion for engineering and hunting, which clearly shows in the design elegance and in-field functionality of all their products. Summit holds over a dozen patents and has consistently led the industry with new innovations, comfort, and convenience features.

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