Hunter Safety System® Rope - Style Tree Strap

Item # WX2-171048

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Hunter Safety System® Rope - Style Tree Strap. Helps you maintain the balance between safety and comfortable movement!

Attach your harness to the tree quickly, safely and silently! This Rope-Style Tree Strap goes around the tree and attaches to your harness to give you better range of motion.

You get 8' of rope that's easily adjustable with the attached Prussic knot. Features a locking carabiner for easy attachment to your harness.

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Customer Reviews

5 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    This is the best way to attatch to a tree!
  2. 5 stars
    A must for safety. Have used this product for years. Easy to use.
  3. 5 stars
    Great product. I bought 2. One fits my huge pine tree and the other stays in my backpack.
  4. 4 stars
    Pros: quiet, easy to set up, can be easily unhooked on the dark when you are cold Cons: bulky compared to a flat strap, basically a rope through a loop and therefore reliant on the weight hanging down below the loop to keep the system tight on the tree... ie it slips down sometimes
  5. 5 stars
    Cant beat it!
  6. 2 stars
    Solid product. But I needed to cut the rope and shorten it so I could use it as a more efficient, lighter strap.
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