Summit Cobra SD Climbing Treestand
Your target won't know what hit it when you take your shot from the Cobra SD Climbing Treestand. This stand features an aluminum seat/open front climber frame and an aluminum platform frame with Dead Metal Sound Deadening Technology that prevents incidental noises from movement. Adjustable RapidClimb® stirrups make climbing convenient, while a foam seat with backrest keeps you comfortable in the Summit® Cobra SD Climbing Treestand.
- Dead Metal Sound Deadening Technology
- Aluminum 5-channel platform frame
- Aluminum seat/open front climber frame
- Foam seat with backrest
- QuickDraw® retention system with 2 coated steel climbing cables
- 4-point FAS (harness) with safety strap and attached SRS strap
- RapidClimb® stirrups that are comfortable and adjustable
- Camo backpack straps
- Green utility strap for additional comfort and security
- Stand umbilical rope keeps your platform and top securely fastened
- Includes written instruction and instructional DVD
- Manufacturer's 5-Year Limited Warranty
- Model: SU81123
- Foot Platform Size: 20" x 28.75"
- Stand Weight: 18 lbs.
- Maximum Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
- Seat Dimensions: 18" x 12"
- Seat Style: Foam
- Seat Height: Adjustable
- Safety: 4-point FAS (harness) with safety strap and attached SRS strap
- Minimum Tree Size: 8"
- Maximum Tree Size: 20"
- Color: Mossy Oak®
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 68122476
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by jy17 money pit I tried to order the stand online, but it was charging me $60 for shipping so I went to my local store and they got me free shipping. It showed up in 5 business days. I bought this to upgrade from the Comfort Zone Climber and it's like day and night. This stand is super quiet and is extemely light. The Comfort Zone was around 35 pounds and this summit is 18 pounds so it feels like a feather. Its easy to pack up and feels like nothing is even on my back. I took the climbing stirrups off because they are very flimsy so I just climb without them. The seat is comfortable, but is clumsy. It gets in the way when climbing up the tree and leaves you with only 6 inches of room on the platform to stand up. I'm thinking about replacing it with a hazmore net seat. I wish it came with a bag attached so I could put some gear in there. I know summit sells bags you can attach to the sides but they want $45 per bag which is crazy. I wish it came with a bow holder, instead they sell it sepretly and take more of your money. Besides those things it's a good stand and I wouldn't waste your time looking at any other stand. September 20, 2015
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