10 Best Tree Stand Hunting Clothing
Updated on: May 2023
Best Tree Stand Hunting Clothing in 2023
Summit Treestands Men's Pro Safety Harness, Medium
- High-performance tether and bungee tether line
- Lineman’s climbing rope
- Quick-lock buckles and comfort-engineered padded shoulder straps
- Holds up to 300 lbs.
- 28" to 35" Waist Size
Muddy Partner 2-Man Ladderstand, Black
- Muddy MTS400 Ultimate Swivel
- High quality design
- Developed by hunters for hunters
Big Dog BDL-1050 17.5' Stadium Serie
- Patented: serial no. 29/268.658
- Free blind included, dual rail ladder construction, padded back-rest cushion, padded arm rests, padded Shooting rail
- Curved 53" x 13" foot platform; curved 37" x 16" padded seat
- Secured with 4 ratchet straps, pinned ladder sections, adjustable ladder support bar, 2 Fall arrest Systems included
- Meets TMA standards. Weight capacity: 500 pounds
Hunter Safety System X-1 Bowhunter Treestand Safety Harness, Large/X-Large
- STAY SAFE THROUGHOUT THE HUNT: No dangerous dangling straps or confusing weave-through buckles
- LIGHTWEIGHT MEETS PHENOMENAL COMFORT: Weighs only 2.5 lbs; incredibly lightweight which allows for all-day comfort and mobility
- VERSATILE ENOUGH FOR ALL-SEASON USE: Can be easily worn over lightweight clothes or underneath cold-weather gear for all-season use
- ACCESSORIES INCLUDED: Primary Treestrap, Suspension Relief Strap, Safe-Use Instructions, and DVD all included
- 5 YEAR WARRANTY: Strongest in the industry
Lone Wolf Alpha Hang On II Treestand
- The benchmark by which all other hang on treestands are measured
- Lightweight, roomy, deadly quiet, and easy to use; Fits trees 4" - 22" in diameter
- Features a convenient self-leveling seat and platform; Accepts the E-Z Hang Hook accessory, allowing users to preset multiple stand locations for quick, easy hanging
- The large, contoured foam pad gives all-day seating comfort
- Weighs just 14 pounds and has a 350-pound weight limit
Summit Treestands Men's Sport Safety Harness, Large, Black (SU83089)
- High-performance tether
- Lineman’s climbing rope
- Quick-lock buckles & Comfort-engineered padded shoulder straps
- Holds up to 300 lbs.
- 35" to 46" Waist Size
Hunter Safety System Women's Contour Safety Harness, Small / Medium, Elimishield Scent Control Technology
- NEW SCENT-DESTROYING ELIMISHIELD TECHNOLOGY: Every fiber of the harness treated with ElimiShield, a nanotechnology designed to ERADICATE HUMAN SCENT, thereby keeping you UNDETECTED in the stand
- SPECIFICALLY-DESIGNED FOR WOMEN: Engineered and designed to FIT THE CONTOURS of a woman's body
- SO LIGHTWEIGHT YOU'LL FORGET IT'S THERE: 1.25 inch upper-body webbing, shock absorbing tether and waist buckle reduce weight and bulk
- STAY WARM AND ORGANIZED IN THE STAND: Two lined, zippered side pockets store your gear and KEEP YOUR HANDS WARM; right-fit zone panels provide a snug fit without restricting movement
- ACCESSORIES INCLUDE: Lineman's climbing strap, adjustable tree strap, suspension relief/Deer drag, instructional DVD, and Safe-Use instructions, 5 year Warranty
Summit Treestands Mini Viper SD Climbing Treestand, Mossy Oak
- Closed-front aluminum climbing stand
- Suspended foam-padded seat with backrest
- Weighs 18 lbs. and holds up to 300 lbs.
- 18 ”W x 12” D Seat Size, 20” W x 24.75” D Platform Size
- Includes Full Body Fall Arrest Harness System and all necessary hardware
- Aluminum 5-Channel Platform Frame with Dead Metal, Sound Deadening (SD) Technology
- Foam Seat with Backrest
- Four-Point FAS (harness) with safety strap and attached SRS strap
- Two Coated, Steel Climbing Cables
- Stand Weight: 18 pounds
Lone Wolf Hand Climber Combo II Climbing Tree Stand
- Lightweight and full-featured; A proven performer among climbing treestands
- Fits trees 6" - 19" in diameter; Contoured foam seat pad gives all-day comfort
- Folds down to 5-inch packed profile; Great for packing into even the thickest areas
- Features the full-sized 30" x 19.5" platform with loads of room
- Weighs in at only 17.5 pounds with a 350-pound weight limit
Ergodyne N-Ferno 6823 Balaclava Ski Mask, Wind-Resistant Camo Face Mask, Hinged Design
- WIND-RESISTANT – Protective fabric paneling over face shields against the wind’s bite
- BREATH EASY – Align mesh panel over the mouth for optimal airflow
- HINGED DESIGN – Can be worn in 3 different ways: open face balaclava, neck gaiter or full ski mask
- HIGH-QUALITY THERMAL FLEECE – Warmth in mild to extreme conditions
- LONG LENGTH – Full head & neck coverage that easily tucks into jackets
- REFLECTIVE ACCENTS – Help keep workers safe and seen
Job Hunting Tips! Part 1
So You Want to Get a Job! This article will help you find one.
Are you acquainted with ads like the above? If so, you are probably one of millions who at some time or another picked up a newspaper to look for a job. Are you looking for a job now? Or, as a parent, are you thinking about a career for one of your children?
Take another look at the ads. Did you notice that no company is simply offering a job? They are asking for someone who knows the work. Now check the job listing on different news papers or the internet. Are you qualified for any of the services listed? What can you do to prepare yourself or your child for one of these jobs?
Natural Abilities or Inclinations
Almost all of us are born with some natural ability or particular inclinations. Have you already detected in yourself certain preferences that might be developed to good advantage? Or it may be that your schoolteacher has a suggestion to make in this regard after having observed you in class.
For example, an elderly pharmacist in Brazil tells us that even in childhood he enjoyed treating and bandaging the small wounds of his friends. This served as a start for him. And who does not know some little boy who was always playing with his father's tools and is now a good mechanic?
In your own case, are you one who has not yet decided on what profession to follow? What are your natural abilities? If they are useful, could you develop them so as to produce dividends?
To profit from our natural abilities or inclinations, we must develop them. Or else they will be wasted. But just what can be done?
What Can Parents Do?
Loving parents are ready to make sacrifices to give their children the opportunity to learn a useful trade. Generally, this requires first of all that the children develop the ability to read and write well, since this will be needed later on when they take a training course or look for a job. And if one of your children wants to drop out of school, as a wise father or mother you will consider carefully what may be lost and how this can affect your child in the years to come.
Of course, children cannot always depend on their parents. So, as the saying goes, "Give them fish but also show how to catch them." Mothers can teach their daughters (and why not the boys too?) home duties that will be helpful sooner or later. Fathers can give instruction as to heavier chores. Give them regular and specific tasks in a loving and practical way, and they will be grateful in the future.
Consider this example of how parents can take the initiative to start their offspring in a career. A man noticed that his youngest boy enjoyed handling clocks and trying to repair them. When the opportunity came along, he paid a professional watchmaker to let the boy "work" with him a few hours each day. In a short time the boy learned the trade. Now he has his own shop as a means to provide for his family.
Do not underestimate your child's capacity to learn. Aren't you surprised at times how fast he picks up undesirable habits or words? In the same way he can learn useful things. He doesn't have to be a genius to learn basic trades. He just needs to be taught.