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8/3/19 @ 10:02 PM
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ryan1
User since 7/16/07

Im looking into a tree climber mainly for bow hunting. Not really sure what to get. I was thinking on that is aluminium. I was hoping to stay close to $300. Most of the have a bar in front of your knees. Not sure if that would get in the way? Any advice would be grately appreciated.

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8/25/19 @ 9:38 AM
fishen_soon
MEMBER since 6/24/14

I had a Loggey Bayou Mega Transformer which was good for me.  I sat on the padded front bar when climbing and was nice to rest my bow on at times.  It came with pockets on both sides of the upper arm bar, I put my bow rope in one and a wrench for my bow holder in the other.  Make sure you have straps to connect the upper to the lower pieces so you are not caught up a tree without the foot platform.

Ches.

8/24/19 @ 4:19 PM
cohoho
User since 5/10/07

You should check out the Mancini 360. I’m going to sell my viper now that I have one. Lighter than a viper and “there’s no wrong side of the tree”.

8/5/19 @ 1:26 PM
Bass Master1992
Bass Master1992
User since 12/26/10

Can't go wrong with a summit viper.  I have one for sale that I don't use anymore now that I'm on private land if you didn't want to buy brand new.  

8/4/19 @ 4:03 PM
hockeyguy39
User since 8/24/07

Summit Viper is a really comfortable, solid stand.

8/4/19 @ 7:34 AM
big mac
MEMBER since 2/19/02

I highly recommend staying with aluminum climber.

 Most major brands have a bow hunting style, ie. Open front. 

I prefer the full bar around. Safer, extra support for your bow, gun, as a rest.

You should have no problem finding one at or below your price range. 

I also recommend getting saddle bags for the stand. Easy access to calls, phone, wind checker, etc.

Big Mac 

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