River’s Edge Big Foot Hang-on Stand

As the proud owner of a River’s Edge Big Foot Hang-on Treestand, you’ll never have to worry about being weighed down by a heavy, bulky stand again. The lightweight, foldable design, and handy backpack straps of the stand give you the freedom to explore, find that perfect tree, and set up shop quickly. A flip-up seat makes this stand gun and bow friendly! Light, compact, and portable, the Big Foot really is the ultimate grab-and-go stand.

The outdoorsmen and women at River’s Edge have built a lot of treestands, and this stand starts with welded tubular steel construction for the ultimate in lightweight strength. A durable powdercoat finish ensures years of rough-and-tumble use, while a lever-action mounting system delivers the simple, yet secure fit. The steel platform has vinyl-coated cables, so it won’t make noise when you shift around during those bitter cold days. There’s a flip-up style removable padded seat, plus a full body harness system included for your safety. The platform measures 25- by 24 inches and has a 300-pound weight capacity for even you “big guy” deer hunters.

An old-school, simple lock-on style platform stand with the cool, comfortable features today’s modern bowhunter demands: That pretty well sums up the River’s Edge Big Foot Hang-on Stand.

Rivers Edge Treestands, Inc.
1690 Elm St.
Cumberland, WI 54829-9486
800-450-3343
www.huntriversedge.com

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