Stealth Step Ladder Stand

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  1. Fitz

    Fitz Legendary Woodsman

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    Stealth Step Ladder Stand

     
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    18 straps to adjust and set for a set up? Who would subject themselves to that torture?
     
  3. Shane0709

    Shane0709 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Agreed, seems unnecessary for that much work and time involved.
     
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    airenlow Die Hard Bowhunter

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    It's 12 not 18, but I get your point. I like them as a secure hand grip for the ladder to stand transition.
     
  5. JK42

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    I like the fact that they are so light. I hate carrying in those big ladders. A few straps don't seem like such a big deal. I also like not having to worry about some piece of gear accidentally hitting my ladder and sounding like a gong. Standing on these things feels like your on a platform not a ladder.
     
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    ShaneB22 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Reminds me of the stepp ladder that I think was made in the 90's. I would rather buy the original than this.
     
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    Just another attempt at reinventing the wheel. You would spend half the morning/evening setting those things up. What a joke!
     
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    I was just looking into these after I saw a fb post, and while I see a very practical use for them, I don't think it justifies spending $150 for one set.
     

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