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Rivers Edge Grip Stick Climbing Step, 1-Pack

Item # 782796
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Key Features

  • Stealthy, agile, and portable climbing option

  • Designed so both feet can fit at the same level

  • Permanent non-slip grip

  • No metal-on-metal contact for quiet climbing

Our Price   $19.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
rivers_edge The stealthy Rivers Edge Grip Stick Climbing Step is an agile, portable climbing option so you're ready at any moment to take down your game. Designed so that both feet can be positioned at the same level for easy access and installation of your treestand. Each Grip Stick section attaches independently, making it possible to climb around tree limbs and other obstacles (additional climbing steps sold separately). The top of each step is coated with permanent non-slip coating. No metal-on-metal contact for secure, quiet strap attachment. Height: 32". Step width: 11". Step distance: 15". Weight: 4 lbs. Capacity: 300 lbs. Comes in a pack with a single climbing step.
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Rivers Edge Grip Stick Climbing Steps, 1-Pack

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Great climbing sticks!

By Burnett

from North western Wi

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  • Compact Design
  • Easy To Use
  • Safe


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      Comments about Rivers Edge Grip Stick Climbing Steps, 1-Pack:

      I have 3 sets of these climbing sticks and will be switching all sets to these sticks. Fast, easy, and safe in wet or icy conditions.

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