Comfort Zone Stealth Climbing Treestand

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The Comfort Zone™ Stealth Climber Stand is built for comfort. The stand features padded climbing rails and arm rests, along with a removable, padded shooting rail to give you room to shoot. It also has a padded sling seat with a back rest and a one-hand seat adjustment strap to keep you comfortable. The stand folds flat for easy backpacking so you can take it to you next destination.

  • Padded climbing rails and arm rests
  • Removable, padded shooting rail
  • 35'' x 19'' padded sling seat with 19.5" x 12" backrest
  • One-hand seat adjustment strap
  • Adjustable foot straps and heel support
  • Folds flat for easy backpacking
  • Backpack straps
  • Non-glare charcoal sand finish
  • 34.5" x 19.5" steel mesh foot platform
  • Weight: 32.6 lbs
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
  • Comfort Zone

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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 13116342

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4 out of 5 by 88 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good stand I bought this stand strictly as a lock on stand and it is perfect. I climbed the tree and my son started putting up the sticks, and there you have it a very affordable and very comfortable lock on. Teeth bite very well and comfort was off the chart. You can keep the seat back for more straight up sitting or slide it out for practically laying down. Once I had it in the tree I removed the front rail. Seat is a bit noisy when the woods are very quiet. It also feels like the seat pad warms as you set on it, good when it's cold. When the season is over I'll take the top part down and store it to keep it out of the weather. Overall I would not want to carry it in every time, but for what i am using it for it is perfect. Also I am 6'2" 280lbs. and no problems. November 16, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good but with one draw back I have found this stand to be very easy to climb with. Very sturdy and extremely comfortable! One draw back, if you are planning to take this in and out of the woods every time you hunt, it may be challenging. It is a bit heavy and finding where the steel cable goes into what hole is gong to be tough in the dark. If you are going to leave it on the tree, Wonderful stand! October 26, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good stand for the money Like others have said. It's good beginner climber. I've had mine for 3 years and it's still going strong. It's kind of heavy and takes a few to set up. It climbs nice and Is pretty comfortable to sit in. The only problem I had is after a few times out the foot strap buckles were bent from being stepped on and were no longer functional. I replaced with stronger hardware October 25, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by overall worth the price nice stand for the price. Overall the stand was easy to assemble and is easy to use. I'm 6'3 and 225lbs and I don't feel at all cramped. Comfort wise it's acceptable. The seat has a strap that goes underneath it that after a few hours gets to be uncomfortable, you start to try reposition the seat to get a different sitting position. Currently i'm bow hunting so i'm more upright. If I were hunting with a rifle I think I could slide the seat a little more forward giving me a more relaxed position and it would be more comfortable. Climbs nicely. only other downfall to it is the weight and the minimalist straps they give you to backpack it. The definitely need some padding to offset the weight, maybe even a waste strap. It does fit together nicely so you can carry it though. It's a good stand for under $100 I got mine with a $20 off coupon which is the reason I got it. Would definitely consider another if I get another coupon. October 13, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Beginner Climer Comfort Zone makes good quality stands for a low price. This climber is extremely cheap I got it for $100. It is very heavy +30 pounds and is loud. I'm young and dont have a long walk so I'm fine carrying it. It's a good beginners climber (was my first one). I used it for a year and it is extemely durable. Good stand for someone young or someone with a low budget September 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by great for the price I have owned my comfort zone climbing stand for 4 years now and i go out 3 to 4 times a week spending most of the day in the stand I have found it is very comfortable. You can adjust the height of the seat and slide it forward or all the way back to seek some comfort on those long days. If you want to stand the seat easily slides to the back to accommodate that as well. I don't hear creaking when I'm n the stand, walking in it's quiet (I secure it pretty tight). downside would be it is extremely difficult to adjust the bottom when you're in the tree for angle purposes, top is easy because you can stand on the foot rest to adjust it. I have found ways to pack it in with out having to completely collapse it and it still takes up less room than my buddy's viper. I've never had slipping issues with the rubber lined cables and the teeth on the stand are pointed enough to provide a great bite when you set the stand. September 15, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Still works Looks like it was dropped out of the back of a truck when I got it. With it being two days into season and still looking structurally sound I put it to use. Works very well is a little bit heavy. September 7, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good, Strong, but heavy. Very well built and solid, price was a big factor being on a budget and found on sale and had a coupon so an outstanding deal. Very secure and easy to use. The only issue is weight, Steel construction makes it heavy close to 40#. But honestly it is very strong and I feel very secure while climbing and siitting or standing in the stand. Is very comfortable as well. So due to I do not have a long haul to the tree the weight is not so much of a issue in respect to the trade off for the price and the solidness of the stand. Gives me a little extra workout that I probaly need anyways.Very happy with it and of course I know if wanted a light weight then cost would be much more to get the same strength factor. Comes with a harness but gave that to my son and bought a more comfortable harness. Harness supplied works but is honestly very uncomfortable, slides down the legs when walking crouching ect...however for the price I got the stand for was not much more than a cost of a harness so not going to complain. Gave a 4 star only because of the weight but in respect to all other aspects very, very happy. Seems like will last a lifetime if taken care of. January 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good for the money, exactly as described This is my first climber and was surprised at how bulky/obnoxious/and loud this thing is when walking through the woods. I think this is probably true for all climbers available though, I just didn't realize how big they were. It seems impossible to set up and be quiet,which is also probably true for all climbers. I will probably get better at this with practice, but it is quite a quality purchase for the money. It feels safe, and you know it's heavy becuase it says the weight right in the descritpion. This product was a great buy and is exactly as described, but if I could do it all over again I would spend some extra money on getting rid of some of the bulk and buy a lone wolf hand climber or something that doesn't have all of the extra stuff. I am 185 lbs 5'11''. December 29, 2014
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