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Got the x stand sit and climb


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#1 Male ONLINE   vdep217

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Posted 08/11/17 - 03:24 PM

Just put it together as it came today. Easy to put together. 2 things I will add. The built in back pack straps are great for devouring together duck for putting on your back. Also I will probly add a bungee for a heal strap for climbing. Going to try it on a tree now.

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#2 Male OFFLINE   Swamprat

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Posted 08/11/17 - 04:23 PM

Get it outside so that "new car smell" goes away.
Good luck with it.
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#3 Male ONLINE   vdep217

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Posted 08/11/17 - 04:29 PM

Okay just got back in. Wow I'm surprised. Very stable very eat to climb with. The foot stirrup is very easy to use no bungee needed. The back pack straps that are built in are also a teather and a cinch to lock seat down. I went to about 35 feet and never felt un secure. The only thing i will miss about my summit will be the sling seat. But the one on this stand is more comfortable than most portables.

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Posted 08/11/17 - 04:38 PM

Are you talking into your phone and posting?



#5 Male ONLINE   vdep217

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Posted 08/11/17 - 05:04 PM

No auto correct lol

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Posted 08/11/17 - 05:15 PM

:up:  :up: 



#7 Male OFFLINE   6.5 Swede

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Posted Yesterday, 07:56 AM

I've been considering one of these.  My old steel Summit climber seems to get heavier every year.






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