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Summit Tree Stands Trophy Chair Tree Seat

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How many times have you wanted to hunt deer, squirrels or turkeys in your favorite hardwood bottom, doves on a field edge, or ducks in a flooded timber, and not had a comfortable place to sit? If this has ever happened you might want to take a look at the Summit hunting stands Trophy Chair multi-purpose tree seat.

The first thing you'll notice about the Trophy Chair is that it's extremely comfortable. Soft foam in the seat bottom makes your wait in the woods easy. The padded arm rests eliminate shoulder fatigue and give you a great place to rest your arms while positioning for a shot.

At a mere six pounds, the Trophy Chair can be easily back packed into the most remote areas. You won't even know you're carrying it because it can be packed just like your rifle on a sling.

Once you've found a suitable tree, you can be set up in seconds due to the quick tree attachment of the Trophy Chair. And if you need to move to another location, you can do it quickly, quietly and effortlessly. It doesn't matter if you're a weekend warrior or a seasoned veteran in the woods, the Trophy Chair can make your time really enjoyable. Take a look at one and stay comfortable.

Hangs on a tree in seconds.
Padded arm rests eliminate shoulder fatigue.
Dual foams provide the ultimate in comfort.

A message from John Woller, Founder of Summit Treestands: Thanks. Your support, comments and success stories, continue to allow us to grow and serve hunters by providing quality treestands and accessories. Summit personnel here in Decatur are proud of the work they do and everyone understands the value you see in the products they produce. The volume of complimentary letters and e-mail we receive confirms this and in 2003 we will continue with further product enhancements to improve hunter success.

In case you didn’t know, Summit Treestands began in 1981 (after years of development with earlier designs) by offering hunters a secure, comfortable, camouflaged and quiet climbing treestand made of steel. It featured all welded construction, a folding padded seat, a "steady-rest bar" to support a gun or maintain balance while standing, quiet non-biting tree engagement, and climbing control using both toe and heel platform feet attachments. Since then we have made many model changes for further improvements to either security, comfort, ease of use, quietness, weight reduction, etc. Our ability to do this is because we’re hunters, engineers, innovators, fabricators, and we listen to our customers.

In addition to being awarded many patents, we have advanced the technology of even competitive treestands by the simple innovations we did not patent. We continue to improve and search for new ideas to remain a leader. What this means to our customers is that they can be assured they have a product that, to the best of our ability, continues to provide security, comfort, silence, camouflage and ease of use. To give you one example, when we introduced the steel cable to replace our original rigid back-bar we did not sacrifice treestand stability due to the flexibility of a cable. Years ago when we furnished our customers a four-point full body harness with our stands, it was done without detriment to affordable pricing. We have quick, full adjustability with all climbing stand platform foot attachments. We use special foam in our seats. We mechanically lock joints in aluminum stands before welding. We have the most simple, quiet and quick hang-on treestand tree attachment available. We have two tree climbing products for use with hang-on stands that offer you a safer way to climb. This, in addition to many other features, is related to you with hope that when you evaluate a treestand and make comparisons to the features and benefits you’ll find that Summit knows treestands - and that you’ll know your choice is based on proven experience, credibility and quality.


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