Tree Spider® Vertical Climbing Belt

Item # WX2-227095

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Details & Specs

Tree Spider® Vertical Climbing Belt.

Above all, keep it safe:
  • 1 7/8" webbing strap with easy-adjust and lightweight steel buckle for varying tree sizes
  • Web pull strap allows you to adjust the buckle with one hand
  • Tan color blends into the natural surroundings
  • Rugged sewn loops at each end for quick connection to carabineer
  • Features 2 steel locking carabineers for attachment.
  • Maximum weight capacity 300 lbs.


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