Comfort Zone Stealth Climbing Tree Stand

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Comfort Zone Stealth Climbing Tree Stand - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

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 81 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent value This is my first tree stand at all, let alone climbing stand. Set up was easy, but instructions were a little "back and forth" as far as flipping through different sections to set up different parts, but all-in-all it took less than 30 minutes to put it together. First use in the woods was simple, and the provided harness was a great benefit and pretty comfortable. Things I wish were a little better: the seat could use a little bit more padding (but comfortable enough for several hours), the foot platform was not quite long enough for my long legs, and it was pretty heavy (but I was able to hike a couple miles through the mountains over the course of the day with my backpack attached to the stand on my back without over exerting myself. I am not overlooking the shortcomings of this stand, but rather rating down only 1 star because I got it for less than $100. It was on sale and I had a $10 coupon. basically, if you are strapped for cash and are looking for a very basic, utilitarian rifle or possibly bow tree stand than I would highly recommend this stand. I would just like to make sure I am clear, this stand is not perfect and it is not the lightest, but as far as value is concerned I am more than happy with my purchase and it worked great for my hunt where I saw several does and took my first buck!!! November 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Treestand This is a very good treestand. It climbs well and is very stable during the climb, but once you reach desired height and lock it in with the straps it is very stable and doesn't move. I have a great fear of falling and usually feel uncomfortable while in the tree, but never did in this one. I could move around and stand with no movement or noise and I weigh 225lbs. I read the reviews about it being heavy, but I did not feel it was heavy on the carry in. November 13, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by awesome stand this stand is one of the best ive had...... I weight 209 im 6 ft and this stand is perfect very sturdy and well built ..... I would rather hun out of this than any of my hang ons or other climbers ive taken 3 deer this year using this stan its very comfortable a 30 ft and its light to me but may not be to is cheap but made very well ive never had any rouble with it so far like my other climbers the teeth would slip but not on this one..... I recommend this stand for any hunter and it works out with the price..... December 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great climber for the money Because of a bad experience years ago with a climber, I have used ladder stands and hang-ons with climbing sticks. Bought this stand as I needed to be more portable for an island I am hunting. Stand is a little bulky but very manageable. Climbs very well, very roomy and comfortable. Spent 6 hours in this stand, was able to sit in comfort standing once in a while to stretch my legs. All in all very happy with the purchase. like everything else, the more I use it the easier it is to get in place on a tree. October 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worth the price Have borrowed friends expensive climbers in the past this stand works just as good. 225lbs stand felt sturdy and I felt safe! December 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by very comfortable Bought it this year love it so far very comfortable to sit in. I do all day hunts most the time in tree stand I got to stand up and stretch my legs. with this tree stand I didn't. easy to climb with. only downfall is it weighs a lot. but I don't mind it even packing and long distance I can handle it. November 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by easy to carry and safe Let me put you at ease. It is heavier than the more expensive models but it is extremely safe. I have made modifications by assembling it and NOT collapsing it all the way. I walk in an our before dark and it's quiet to walk with. It is louder when climbing but that's where experience comes in. Take your time. If you make a lot of noise climbing be sure to add some buck grunts once you're at the top. I use mine all the time and it is super sturdy. Buy this if you are on a budget. I have used it on everything from 22" to 36" trees. November 28, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good stand if you... I got this stand due to the low price. I don't get to hunt often so I didn't want to spend the extra money on a different stand. As for the weight, it's 41 lbs on the scale while in the box. That's the stand and all the straps you need. The lower part of the stand is the heavy part. That's the only weight you feel while climbing. As for climbing, the stand is rock solid. No shake and the teeth really dig in. The cable holds well and is easily adjusted. The upper part of the stand is very comfortable and you can adjust the length of shooting rail to give you more room. There are pads for the arm rest, but the design is an issue because they cover the clips that allow you to adjust the cables. You would have to install them after its on the tree... it's just another task to do while trying to setup. Setup and breakdown are a pain. Feels like a million things to do. Once it's done, it holds good as a backpack. This would be a decent stand if you needed a spare for the occasional guest hunter. The overall quality is solid, but if you're looking for one for yourself... there are others out there that are easier to set up and lighter for an additional $60. Happy safe hunting! December 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT PRODUCT FOR THE PRICE Very safe and relatively easy to use. Yes its a bit heavy but its not obnoxious like some reviews make it sound. Its heavy to keep the cost down. Want something lighter then spend more money. Young Hunter but easily hiked 2 miles in and setup this stand. November 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by haven't used it yet I purchased this as a backup unit and actually haven't used it yet. However, as some of the other reviews have stated it appears to be on the heavy side. It seems to be well-built and solid. I have to say I will not hesitate to use it when the time comes. December 9, 2014
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