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If you need to walk through a corn field with narrow rows or hang your stand in a tree with more limbs and tighter quarters, than take advantage of the smaller Trail Cruiser. So find that buck's trail and place your Trail Cruiser in the right spot.

  • Steel construction
  • Overall weight 14.72 lbs.
  • Rated for 300 lbs., with provided safety harness. 350 lbs for
    personal harness with TMA approval.
  • Flip up 14″ x 9″ seat with closed cell padded cushion “to prevent water
    absorption” seat height is 18″ to 22″ depending on the angle of the tree.
  • 18″ x 24″ platform.
  • Strap-on leveling J-hook with heavy-duty ratchet for easy hanging.
  • Heavy duty ratchet with rubber coated wire hooks to secure the bottom.
    of the stand, with multiple holes in the horizontal bar to attach to crooked
    and leaning trees.
  • Smaller ratchet with rubber coated wire hooks to secure top of stand
    to the tree (must be on at all times).
  • Oval connector to adjust the platform on the multi hole placements on
    vertical portion of the tee, for a level hunt in crooked and leaning trees
    (connector must be closed before stepping onto platform).
  • Bronze oilite bushings at pivot points for quiet in field use.
  • Durable powder coat finish.

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  • 5
    Money well spent.

    Posted by Rich Wynn on 11th Jan 2017

    Simple but brilliant. This product is well thought out. Easy to hang and offering two different seat heights takes this stand to the next level.

  • 5
    Truly hunt where you want to

    Posted by Rick on 7th Dec 2016

    This is my second stand to buy from twisted timber and I honestly couldn't be happier with these stands. They go up easy and you can literally put them up in any tree. It does take some practice and sometimes you feel like it shouldn't work especially the way the you can attach the bottom of the to the tree. It takes some getting used to. But if you have spots that you thought you couldn't hunt cause there just wasn't a straight tree or if you hunt public and move you stand around to find better areas this is the stand for you.

  • 5
    How can I hunt from the best tree on the property

    Posted by Terrence Brandt on 27th Apr 2016

    Answer, buy a twisted timber tree stand and get ready. I took the stand to the tree and installed it with no problem. The stand is the best for leaning trees. I would recommend this stand to anyone who has a leaning tree and just has to find a way to hunt from it.