[color="#0000ff"][size="3"][font="tahoma"]Treewalker Treestand is the MOST comfortable tree stand I have EVER used!!! It's big, light, easy to use, and extremely comfortable. It is also very safe. I have never felt safer in a tree as I do with this stand. (I also have their "Chill Pad" as well and it makes it even more comfortable)
My favorite way to sit is facing the tree. (I've even taken a pretty good nap once or twice that way...) [:D]
There are a ton of good photos on their web site - http://www.treewalkertreestands.com/ [/font] [/size] [/color]
Wow..... I think I might have just found a winner. That looks INCREDIBLY comfortable. I can picture myself laid back like that guy gun hunting all day. Which exact model did you buy??Looking at the pictures, is it confusing to adjust it all those different ways? I guess the mesh seat slides back and forth, based upon which direction you are facing? Does the chill seat get un attached and re attached based on which way you are facing as well??
First. I use the Ol- man climbing stand and find it more than adequate in the comfort dept, and ease of use.
Second, I went to the website posted above and took a look at this stand, first off it looks very, very similiar to my Ol man with a few differences. I do have some questions about it though. I was looking at the platform and it says they don't use boot straps, and touted some form of balanced technology of some sort. Does this somehow make the platform magically appear under you? As you climb does it somehow levitate in place for the next step or what? What if the majic somehow runs low half way up the tree and your just left with the seat, do you just sprinkle some fairy dust and float back down? Just wonderin, amybe you can help?
Sorry I came off a little smart A..ed! and I was just poking a little fun while actually trying to make a point...
...I believe you should have a 1 in. web strap that goes from the flatform to the seat no more than 4 ft long maybe even shorter. If this company can't do it because of patent infringements or something like this you should do it on your own, I would. I'm only recommending this as a safety precaution because strange things can happen and I would hate to see someone get hurt!
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