Tree Stand Up™ Assist

Item # WX2-221558

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Tree Stand Up™ Assist takes the struggle and hazard out of ladder-stand setup! SAVE BIG!

Ladder-stand setup can be a tough, slip-swaying wrestling match. Super tough nylon composite construction. Here's the American-made Tree Stand Up™ easier, safer way.

1. Place your stand the recommended distance from the tree. 2. Slide the Tree Stand Up composite stakes on the end of the ladder legs and drive into the ground, forming a 90° angle. 3. Push the Tree Stand Up stakes all the way into the ground, solidly anchored. 4. Walk the stand up to the tree. 5. After your stand has been erected, simply lift your ladder stand up and out of the stakes and remove them.

A clever idea that'll make life easier and help you avoid injury. Get it ONLINE now!

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  1. 5 stars
    Haven't used yet, but can see they'ed help the lone hunter.
  2. 5 stars
    If you ever tried to put up a ladder stand then you definitely need this! Just came back from the woods and put another ladder stand up with ease. I tore a bicep last year putting one up. Get the polymer one like I did and save money over the metal one. Works great and strong. 5 stars!! Thanks SG! Chuck from Pa.
  3. 5 stars
    Great Idea. Putting stands up can be easy with these, when your my yourself. Just make sure they are pushed all the way in the ground.
  4. 4 stars
    Haven't used it yet. Disappointed that it's plastic.. Hope it holds up..
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