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Alps Browning Series Tracker Buckmark Hunting Seat

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Product Description

Tired of sitting on the hard ground with nothing to lean back on? The Alps Browning Series Tracker Buckmark Hunting Seat is a great solution to this problem. The half inch closed cell foam provides protection from the uneven ground to provide a comfortable seat. The back folds up so you can lean back and have support. The Tracker works great if the ground is the only option, keeping you from having to sit directly in the dirt. At only 21 ounces, this hunting seat can be brought almost anywhere. When you’re not hunting, you can bring it to your sporting events, using it camping or just for fun with the kids in the backyard tent. The Tracker Buckmark Hunting Seat is designed to protect you from the cold, hard bleachers. There are bottom webbing straps that are designed to wrap around bleachers or canoe seats to keep you in place and a large mesh pocket on the back of the seat to hold snacks or valuables such as cameras, cash or even holds your extra ammunition. The Tracker is available in the attractive Realtree AP HD fabric so it can keep you hidden from your prey and be trendy at your other outdoor events. Sports the recognizable gold Browning Buckmark.


  • Webbing Straps Adjust Your Sitting Position
  • Lightweight and Packable
  • Webbing Handles for Easy Carrying
  • Back Mesh Pocket for Extra Gear
  • Bottom Webbing Straps
  • Seat Dimensions: 17 x 33 x 0.5 inches
  • Weight: 1 lb. 5 oz.

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