10 Best Tree Seat For Hunting

Updated on: January 2022

Best Tree Seat For Hunting in 2022


Hawk Hunting Hangout Tree Seat, Multi, One Size

Hawk Hunting Hangout Tree Seat, Multi, One Size
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Summit Treestands The Stump

Summit Treestands The Stump
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Powder-coated steel ground seat
  • Shock-free design that’s also extremely quiet
  • Weighs 7.5 lbs. and holds up to 300 lbs.
  • 18" x 16" seat size

Millennium Treestands M300 Tree Seat, for Hunters

Millennium Treestands M300 Tree Seat, for Hunters
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • EXCLUSIVE: The M300 Tree Seat features the exclusive, patented ComfortMax contoured, tight sling seat. A comfortable seat that is off the ground and stands above shallow standing water. Perfect for hunting in flooded swamps or dry land
  • LIGHTWEIGHT: The aluminum construction offers a lightweight chair that is easy to transport. It folds up and features carrying straps making this a chair you’ll want to use for all your hunting trips
  • DURABLE: The Aluminum construction features a durable powder coat finish. This chair is built for years of reliable, comfortable service
  • QUIET: Designed to be comfortable and quiet for hunters. Millennium has designed all the products they offer to make as little noise as possible. This fantastic hunting chair is no exception
  • SPECIFICATIONS: Capacity 400-pounds. Weight 4-pounds. Seat size 20-inches wide and 17-inches deep

Rivers Edge RE761 Lounger Tree Seat

Rivers Edge RE761 Lounger Tree Seat
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Extra thick 3" foam padded camo seat and backrest provide ultimate all-day comfort
  • Strong ratchet strap attachment
  • Steel frame folds for compact portability
  • For ground level use only
  • 300 lb. weight capacity
  • 3 inch foam padding on seat and backrest
  • Padded armrests
  • Strong ratchet strap attachment
  • For ground level use only
  • 300 lb. weight capacity

Hawk ANY ANGLE Tree Seat

Hawk ANY ANGLE Tree Seat
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • 7 Tilt Angle Adjustments
  • 360º Seat Rotation
  • Seat Size - 16" x 10"
  • Weight Rating - 300 LBS
  • Weight - 7 LBS

Muddy Ultra Tree Seat Black

Muddy Ultra Tree Seat Black
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Constructed of flex-tek material
  • For ground Use only
  • 300 lb. Capacity

ALPS OutdoorZ NWTF Terrain Hunting Seat, Mossy Oak Obsession

ALPS OutdoorZ NWTF Terrain Hunting Seat, Mossy Oak Obsession
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Easy-to-carry handle offers quick and convenient transport needs
  • Includes SR buckle for quick attachment
  • Adds extra cushion to your chair, stool or stand
  • Our ALPS OutdoorZ NWTF Terrain seat is great for keeping you off the ground during your hunts
  • Dimensions: 15.5" W x 12" L x 1.5" Thick, Weight: 15 oz., Camo Pattern: Mossy Oak Obsession

Slumper Mesh 16 Lightweight Universal Fitting Replacement Tree Stand Seat 16 x 12 Fits All Brands of Tree Stands, Works On Climbing Treestands, Ladder Stands, Lock ON Tree Stands

Slumper Mesh 16 Lightweight Universal Fitting Replacement Tree Stand Seat 16 x 12 Fits All Brands of Tree Stands, Works On Climbing Treestands, Ladder Stands, Lock ON Tree Stands
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Light weight - less than 1 Pound
  • Universal Fitting - Fits virtually any tree stand with side rails
  • Waterprooof Quiet
  • Size 16 W x 12 D
  • Affordable

Northeast Products 1006822 Therm-A-Seat Traditional Folding 1.5in Seat-Invision Camo

Northeast Products 1006822 Therm-A-Seat Traditional Folding 1.5in Seat-Invision Camo
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Softek closed-cell foam construction
  • Silent Touch fabric is soft, quiet and looking great
  • Quick Snap easy carry system
  • 60-inch adjustable strap wraps around tree to hold back in upright position
  • Lightweight, durable and waterproof

X-Stand Treestands Portable Ground Seat Portable Hunting Tree Stand Ground Seat, Black

X-Stand Treestands Portable Ground Seat Portable Hunting Tree Stand Ground Seat, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Convenient and compact seat makes it easy to take on the go
  • Able to support up to 300 lbs
  • Comfort flex seat for an ultra-comfortable experience

Hunters Are Good Targets for Heart Attacks

Although accidental shootings or falls from a tree stand are thought to pose the greatest danger to hunters, the danger of a heart attack is much greater for many. Stalking wild game is strenuous exercise, and sudden bursts of activity can quickly affect the heart.

Hunting is not the leisurely activity some think it is. Stalking pheasants, turkeys, deer and other wild game involves strenuous exercise and sudden bursts of activity that can bring on heart strain and problems. Dragging a deer back to camp or a waiting vehicle is hard work. And if the weather is especially cold, breathing in cold air can also compromise a hunter's health, especially anyone with a history of heart disease.

Dr. Eric Good of the U of M Cardiovascular Center specializes in treating heart rhythm disorders. He says that even though people don't think of hunting season as being particularly strenuous, it actually can be very demanding. "Hunters can experience cardiac stress that's equivalent to what might be produced by the treadmill stress test that doctors use to detect heart problems," he said. "In other words, hunters are achieving levels of activity that might put them at risk for heart attack or sudden death."

Of course, some hunters are at greater risk than others. Anyone with a history of heart disease should be particularly mindful of their activity. Good believes most of them can still enjoy getting out and spending time in the woods, but a visit to the family doctor beforehand is advisable. Others who should be aware of their heightened risk are smokers, anyone suffering from diabetes, folks who are overweight and anyone who has close relatives with heart problems before age 55.

Good cites a recent study in which 25 male hunters wore heart monitors while hunting. The study found that typical hunting activities changed their heart rhythms and rates to the degree that someone at risk for a heart attack could be significantly endangered while hunting. Good said "the adrenaline rush that comes with spotting your prey, and the sudden activity after sitting still for hours, can be a dangerous combination - especially for people who are already at high risk of a heart problem."

Regardless of a person's age and overall health, Good recommends taking the time to get in shape before hitting the woods. "Even a 30-minute fast walk several times a week can help - anything that gets your heart pumping at 60 to 80 percent of your maximum heart rate." Good also recommends that hunters avoid the big meal and late night drinking and smoking that's sometimes part of the night preceding a hunt. And, of course, no one should ever hunt alone.

Source:

Press release, Hunters: Don't Let Heart Trouble Ruin Your Season!;

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