Item No: BIACR4601S Mfr# BIACR4601S

Big Game Tree Stands The Sky Rise Ladder Treestand

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Big Game Tree Stands The Sky Rise Ladder Treestand
Big Game Tree Stands The Sky Rise Ladder Treestand allows you to climb to a height of 20 feet to shooting rail. The foot platform measures a generous 40 inches wide x 14 inches deep and has a large bench style seat measuring 40x15 inches. The Sky Rise has a weight rating of 500 lbs and fits tree diameters of 9 inches or higher. There are two individual seat cushions with attached backrests for comfort and attach easily. The padded removable shooting rail will make sure you are comfortable as well as steady for that all important shot. The Sky Rise Ladder Treestand includes two 4 point full body safety harnesses.

Features and Specifications:

  • Construction: Steel
  • Height: 20 feet to shooting rail
  • Foot Platform: 40 Wide x 14 Deep (Inches)
  • Seat: 40 Wide x 15 Deep (Inches) Large, bench style
  • Weight: 120 Lbs. 
  • Weight Rating: 500 Lbs. 
  • Seat Height: 19 Inches
  • Minimum Tree Size: 9 Inch Diameter
  • Ladder Sections: 4 Double rail sections, Boltless sleeve fit
  • Seat Cushion: 2 Individual cushions, 18 Wide x 13 Deep (inches), attached backrest for comfort, easily removable for longevity
  • Shooting Rail: Padded and removable
  • Fasteners: Two 1 inch Ratchet Straps and two 1 inch Stabilizer Straps
  • Support Bar: Adjustable
  • Safety Harness: Two 4 point full body harnesses

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