Catering to the ever-changing needs of the hunting market, Lone Wolf introduces their NEW 16ft Ladder Stick for 2012. Consisting of four individual 4-foot sections that lock together creating a single, 16-foot ladder stick, this new climbing option, weighing in at only 12.5 lb., allows users the added convenience of setting up on the ground prior to tree attachment.
“We know our current climbing sticks are a favorite of mobile hunters nationwide,” said Jared Schlipf, President of Lone Wolf Treestands. “but the new 16 foot Ladder Stick brings a certain level of comfort and convenience that many hunters are looking for without sacrificing the lightweight, mobile design that Lone Wolf is known for.”
Keeping with Lone Wolf’s noted design ingenuity, the individual 4-foot sections nest together and mount easily to the Lone Wolf Hang On stands; perfect for packing in to unknown territory. And, with the ease of pre-setting the Ladder Stick on the ground, users can mount to the tree, climb and set the stand all in one single trip rather than multiple trips up and down the tree. The single tube design allows the Ladder Stick to match the slight changes in contour of tree’s trunk.
“Lots of folks find they’re ‘stuck’ in a stand when the wind suddenly changes or deer patterns shift and they don’t want to make a quick stand change, “ added Schlipf. “Users are now going to find it’s no problem taking their set down, moving their stick, in one piece, short distances across the valley, ridge or downwind side of the trail and be back in action in a matter of minutes. It’s that easy to use and it WILL change the way they hunt.”
- Stick length: 48”
- Distance between steps: 15”
3.125-pounds per stick.
12.5-pounds per set of four
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