Guide Gear® Climbing Stick and Tree Stand Combo

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Guide Gear® Climbing Stick and Tree Stand Combo. The whole hunting package, and a NRA "Gear of the Year" winner! SAVE BIG!

A sturdy, easy Tree Stand and a 20' Climbing Stick to get you up there... and the winner of a NRA Publications 2010 Golden Bullseye Award!! This is a dynamic deer hunting duo, a direct-to-you quality bargain, and now an honoree! NRA Publications says the Golden Bullseye Award "is a symbol of excellence and innovation in firearms, accessories and related equipment." We can't disagree, and we are proud to offer the American Hunter magazine 2010 Gear of the Year winner.

The Fixed Tree Stand:
  • Lightweight folding steel frame forms a super-sturdy perch
  • Weighs in at 18 lbs. for easy backpacking
  • 14 x 8", flip-up seat is 20 1/2"h.
  • Hefty platform cables for serious tree stand support
  • 18 x 25 1/2" mesh platform
  • All-welded seams
  • 2 ratchet straps make it secure and tree-friendly
  • Powder-coated surface resists corrosion
  • Treestand includes FAS safety harness.
The 20' Climbing Stick:
  • Five 4' sections are easy to transport, assemble and place
  • Strong all-steel construction
  • Sturdy, angled steps
  • 4" tree braces
  • Cam-buckle system securely and quickly attaches to tree
  • 300-lb. tree stand capacity.
  • Weighs 23 lbs., 2 ozs.

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Built to Sportsman's Guide's exact specifications, Guide Gear® stands for dependability, long-lasting quality and unmatched value!  Guaranteed!

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Customer Reviews

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  1. 5 stars
    This is the second set of stand and climbing sticks I've bought here. it is a good and handy product. I put the first one up in near darkness. So they are pretty easy 2 assemble and hang on the tree. The stand is a little small, but is definitely usable with a safety harness! I would recommend this combination to anyone who has need or the opportunity to construct a very usable tree stand. this is again a great value from the Sportsman's Guide!
  2. 5 stars
    Stand is a really good value for the money. I have several.
  3. 4 stars
    Sticks are very good for the price. i added non-slip tape to the pegs for added safety. They should provide this imo.
  4. 5 stars
    Good so far, easy to use
  5. 5 stars
    Works great. Just as advertised.
  6. 4 stars
    Got the package w/20 ft climbing stix. 2nd purchase of same product. For the price, this is an excellent value. Small platform but hey they got bigger ones if you want. All pieces fit perfectly. Stand is surprisingly comfortable and have no problems with a 4+ hr sit, I'm 53 so that was a concern. Only negative is packing to location. Stix don't stack well but again, price point. I'll buy another....which will make #3.
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