do you own a tree lounge

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do you own a tree lounge

Postby ncbrew » Fri Dec 16, 2011 8:03 am

I used to have a tree lounge but I sold it because it was too heavy. I bought the seat material from "Tree lounge" and I now need a measurement. If you have a Tree Lounge what is the distance from the top of the sling to the bottom of the sling when it is fully extended for use. Also at what angle do you use it while hunting?

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Sopchoppy
 
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Re: do you own a tree lounge

Postby Sopchoppy » Sat Jan 07, 2012 6:09 am

hunterwild wrote:I don't own one but I've heard those things are pretty heavy. Personally, I don't understand what the attraction to them is? Is it because they are touted as comfortable? How comfortable should a tree stand be?


It has to be very comfortable if you sit in a stand all day!!! My neighbor/hunting buddy has one and he loves it. I don't have the measurements but see they now make a ladder stand version and a ground seat version. Pricey but owners love 'em.

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Re: do you own a tree lounge

Postby worpion » Sat Jan 07, 2012 8:03 pm

they are no longer in business
I Live to Bowhunt

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Re: do you own a tree lounge

Postby BluMtnHntr » Wed Jan 25, 2012 5:12 pm

I personally dont own one but my father in law does. Helikes it but too heavy, So I bought him a Summit. Now hes real happy much lighter and comfy.I also havea Summit Goliath its great.


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