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Ol'Man The Multi-Vision Titanium Air Elite

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Introducing the FIRST Titanium Treestands on the planet. The Multi-Vision Ti Series. At 15 pounds, They’re Lighter in Weight and Light Years Ahead of Any Other Climbing Stands.

We’re no rocket scientists. That bold admission should come as no surprise to anyone. But as far as engineering better treestands for hunters, well, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say our theories are often on the cutting-edge.

Want proof? Take the new Multi-Vision Ti Treestands that we’ve poured our energy and time into. Just so you know, the “Ti” stands for titanium. That’s the first clue to understanding how the Multi-Vision Ti Air Elite model manages to tip the scales at a mere 15 lbs.

History tells us the first time anyone put titanium to good use was back in the 1950’s. That’s when the brainiacs who developed the SR-71 Blackbird Spy Plane decided to try this metal in its design. Suffice to say, their good idea got the whole aerospace industry off the ground. We figured that if titanium was good enough to keep sophisticated aircraft aloft at speeds of mach something-or-another, a titanium treestand oughta be great for hunters who are trying to spot whitetails sneaking through the underbrush.

Besides being as strong as steel at almost half the weight, titanium is more durable and shock resistant, too. That’s worth knowing if buck fever suddenly hits and your knees start vibrating like a jackhammer. (No need to be embarrassed though. We’ve all been there at one time or another.) Titanium won’t rust in the rain or snow, either. And it resists corrosion if it’s exposed to saltwater. So don’t worry about shedding a tear if you happen to miss a shot. As long as none of your hunting buddies see you, that is.

We also crafted the platform on the new Multi-Vision Air Elite out of carbon fiber for many of the reasons bow hunters use arrows made from it. Known for its high strength to low weight ratio, carbon fiber is amazingly durable. Its fatigue resistance also outdistances that of many other materials, including aluminum.

After introducing the revolutionary Multi-Vision Ti Series, what’s next for Ol’ Man? Weightless treestands? Don’t snicker. If anyone can do it, we’re probably the ones.

Click here to see details on the versatility of the new Multi-VIsion Treestand by Ol' Man!


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