Ladder sticks that are lightweight, more durable and easier to use
Grand River, IA (October 3, 2018) – Stacked Outdoors climbing aids are raising the bar for safe and portable treestand access. With the focus on building the perfect climbing system, Stacked Outdoors set out to develop performance driven climbing sticks to meet the challenges of today’s hunters.
Lugging heavy, clanking sticks into the field is not only cumbersome but it also puts deer, turkey and other game in the area on high alert. Weight and packing are major issues with common ladder sticks and the ability to efficiently pack a set of sticks into the field has always been a challenge. This especially rings true in terms of lock-on stands that require four or more sticks to access the treestand safely.
The Stacked Outdoors name is based on their ladder sticks ability to stack and nest as neatly as 4 red solo cups. Anyone can stack a set of these sticks in less than 5 seconds. No more time wasted fumbling around trying to get your sticks to stack together properly. No more tangled messes in the bed of your truck or on the shop floor. They provide a light-weight, ultra-quiet, and compact solution that eliminates those awkward walks into the woods with traditional climbing stick and ladder system designs.
Once in place, the Stacked Outdoors climbing sticks provide a rock solid and secure connection to just about any tree. The construction material in these sticks gives them the ability to conform to trees in a way that isn’t possible with other climbing aids. Hunters will also appreciate the aggressive tread pattern and wider surface area on the steps and feel much safer while climbing in big winter boots. You will no longer have to worry about slipping from a slippery metal ladder step and having your leg or other parts of your body ripped open by the one below it.
The Stacked Outdoors ladder sticks are lightweight at 9.4 pounds (not including straps) for a full stack of 4. However, the lightweight design does not sacrifice on durability. The strength of the sticks not only meet standards recognized by the Treestand Manufacturers Association, they surpass them.
How does Stacked Outdoors cut the weight, increase the durability, and create ladder sticks that stack together like red solo cups?
The well thought-out one-piece design eliminates the need for moving parts, weld joints, and connections that have the potential to fail. The simple and compact design also helps eliminate noise when in use. These ladder sticks are Made In America using a high strength and impact resistant custom polymer with a built in UV inhibitor. The dull matte finish of the construction material won’t give away treestand locations through glare or shine either.
Stacked Outdoors delivers on every point desired by treestand hunters while requiring zero assembly. Stack your sticks, strap em to a pack and head into the field. Let Stacked Outdoors make this hunting season the best season yet!
LADDER STICKS FEATURES
- Longer tree straps than our competitors
- Tree straps include large hand loop for easier grip and tightening
- Bigger Surface Area with Aggressive Tread Design for your Boots
- No Assembly or Moving Parts that can Fail or Break
- Solid One-Piece Design
- Dual Strap Post Design for added Stability
- Heavy Duty Cambuckle Straps
- Shoulder Strap Included
LADDER STICKS SPECIFICATIONS
- Weight: 2.35 lbs per stick and 9.4 lbs per set of 4(without straps)
- 300 lb load capacity
- Ladder Stick Length: 21″
- Distance Between Steps: 17.25″
- Introductory Pricing: Single Stick – $48.99 or Stack of 4 – $179.99
After 20 years in a treestand, Stacked Outdoors founder Brad recognized a need for better tree stand climbing sticks. After a friend fell off inadequate sticks from an “industry leader” Brad set out to build a safer model. The result was not only a safer set of climbing sticks but a lightweight, more durable and easier to use design that has changed the ladder stick market completely. Use Stacked Outdoors ladder sticks to climb safely on a ladder that delivers more support and a better experience in the field.
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