Lewis Strapper

Item # WX2-138390

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Details & Specs

Lewis, The Strapper Gear Retriever. This is the NO TANGLE way to get your equipment up to your treestand!

Ditch the rope... The Strapper is the the compact, quiet and quick way to retrieve your gear! Besides the fact that packing 30 feet of rope can take up a lot of space, using rope or twine to get your gear up to your treestand is just a tangled mess waiting to happen.

Thanks to The Strapper's 3/ 4 " webbed strap, you can easily steer your equipment around tree limbs and other obstacles. And once you've retrieved your stuff, the 30' strap quickly stores inside the reel for the ultimate in convenience.

Get your gear quickly, safely and tangle-free! Order The Strapper ONLINE now!

Reviews

Customer Reviews

5 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    Bought two of them, Works great but a little big and bulky.
  2. Good
  3. 5 stars
    Had not used them yet. But great price for safety item.
  4. 5 stars
    great product used this last weekend worked great
  5. 5 stars
    Excellent product---- used for years.
  6. 5 stars
    good
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