Rivers Edge® TwoPlex™ Comfort 17' 2-man Ladder Tree Stand

Item # WX2-303626

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Rivers Edge® TwoPlex™ Comfort 17' 2-man Ladder Tree Stand. Sit comfortably, all day long.

The only 2-man Stand on the market designed without a bar in the middle. Spanning flip-up mesh seat and extra-large platform give you plenty of room. And the extra-wide Ladder is easier to climb.

And the view's not so bad, either:
  • Welded tubular steel construction, 500-lb. capacity
  • Ultra-comfortable spanning mesh seat and backrest for non-stop comfort
  • Flip-up seat for standing shots
  • Flip-up padded shooting rail
  • Extra-wide ladder for climbing ease
  • Height to shooting rail: 17' 7"
  • Height to seat: 16' 4"
  • Height to platform 14' 8"
  • Platform 40 x 26"
  • Seat height 18"
  • Includes full body harness
  • Weighs 89 lbs.

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