Field & Stream Stealth Climber Treestand

Field & Stream Stealth Climber Treestand is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 62.
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NOW:$84.98(43% off!)
WAS: $149.99*

Field & Stream Stealth Climber Treestand
Field & Stream Stealth Climber Treestand
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Hunt where you need to, when you want to with the Field & Stream® Stealth Climber Treestand. Able to be folded flat for easy packing into your hunting location, the Stealth Climber weighs in at 33 lbs. and features a removable padded shooting rail and ultra-comfortable flip up ergo mesh seat. The F&S® Stealth Climber Treestand also has 6-sided rails for easy cable alignment with adjustment pins & a non-glare finish for better concealment.

  • Stealth Climber Treestand
  • Folds flat for easy storing and backpacking into hunting area
  • 6-sided rails for easy cable alignment with adjustment pins
  • 13" x 18.75" flip up Ergo-Mesh seat with adjustable foot straps and heel support provides all day comfort
  • Removable padded shooting rail
  • Gray non-glare finish for additional concealment
  • Includes full-body harness for added safety
  • Model: HEH01293
  • Field & Stream

  • Product Weight: 33 lbs.
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
  • Platform: 22 3/4" x 19 3/4"
  • Seat: 13" x 18.75"
  • Brand: Field & Stream
  • Country of Origin: Imported


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Construction, Makes Me Feel Safe I've always got my eye out for great deals. This Climber was priced right, it is well built and has one of the more comfortable seats I've ever tried on a Climber. (Agreed) It is a tad heavy but its super easy to backpack in. The jagged teeth on this climber cut into the tree, and as stated in other reviews, may get you in trouble with Public Land. The climber is super sturdy and I would recommend this to anyone. Money well spent. Happy Customer.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a good buy I bought this with gift cards, needed an extra one so I said why not, I’ve always loved my other field and stream products. They struck out with this, very heavy and you need to choose a skinny tree. The cable straps to wrap around the tree are shorter than most. I finally managed to get barely around and tree and it was extremely hard to get up the tree with this stand. When I did I could not get the bottom and top even. Also big problem with the seat adjustment, the setting doesn’t allow you to sit that far back depending on the tree. My advice is to not buy this product !!! Again love field and stream products but not this one
Date published: 2018-10-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for I bought this to replace one I had stolen that was given to me. It was almost identical except the seat was foam with nylon straps and a backrest. I liked the old seat much better. For the price, this stand is ok but I really wish I just spent a bit more and got one ten pounds lighter. Backpack straps are awful with the 30+ lbs. Foot straps are useless, I just put my feet into the frame to climb. The instructions were the worst part. "To install backpack straps see section on backpack strap installation." ????? Ok where is it? It took me 3 hours of watching the only YouTube video on this stand to figure out on my own how to pack it for transport. I'll include a picture in case others are not sure how to do it.
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great for the price I bought 2 of these. A little heavy but I plan on leaving them where I hunt until the season is over. I like the way they fold up to carry and they climb great. The only issue I have is the foot straps need to be relocated back further away from the teeth of the stand. Climbing up is no issue but, coming down is a problem because where they are located they won't allow you to drop the teeth of the stand and keep the front up. Keeps the balance off. Other than that, for the price, I think its a great stand.
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Don’t expect something great With this stand you really get what you pay for. It’s heavy and loud, the directions are very poor and this stand is not the quickest or easiest to set up or take down from a tree. The stirrup placement for climbing is in an awkward position and makes it difficult to keep the lower half on your feet, these stirrups also cannot be moved so you either have to do something to make it work easier or just deal with the awkward placement. This is a sturdy stand so if you’re looking for something cheap to get the job done, go for it. If you are looking for a stand you can carry over a distance and quickly and quietly put up and take down, this isn’t the stand for you.
Date published: 2018-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for the price The adjustable cable gives you access to a wide variety of trees. It sits quite and is easy to adjust. It's a little bulky to carry, but not too bad. Be careful with the bolts that are tied on, make sure you tie them yourself and tight, or they fall off and are lost forever
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't let the price fool ya. I had bought one of these last season. It was loud, heavy, a pain to set up, a pain to climb. I had to zip tie the foot stirrups up because once your feet came out they were impossible to get your feet back in. In order to transport it you have to fully break it down and reassemble it and that makes all kind of racket when your trying to be quiet when getting to your tree. Save your money and go buy a summit. I did and I'm much happier now.
Date published: 2017-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For the savings you can't beat it. Just bought this current version, used the previous version without any issues for years. It came up missing mysteriously. So off to Dick's. Waited for a sale. With flash sale and available coupons paid under $70! So 2 negatives (sort of) As others have mentioned this thing is heavy and the foot straps are useless other than as a last chance resort. The weight is a non issue to me as i drag it in on my sled, i go in far so i always take my sled just in case so 30lbs in the sled is nothing. So for the foot straps... They are awful. I would deduct a start however I found a free work around. I just took one of the binding straps and use it as a foot strap. So all in all for the price you can't go wrong. I may get another incase this one grows legs.
Date published: 2017-12-22
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