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#3328737 - 08/20/13 05:53 AM Best $ I ever spent
Poleaxe
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To all of you mobile climbers I would really think about investing in these. Some stands I walk over a mile to get to. With my summits factory straps it gets hard. After I purchased this I'm not fatigued or afraid to walk further. It takes all the weight off your shoulders and places them on your hips like a hiking pack.



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#3328749 - 08/20/13 06:06 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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It's not the walk in that will kill you.....it's the drag out....
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#3328756 - 08/20/13 06:12 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: HOOK]
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Either way it makes WALKING easier. Fits on to any stand.

Edited by Poleaxe (08/20/13 06:13 AM)

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#3328765 - 08/20/13 06:20 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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the problem I see with it is that after several uses, the moisture from my sweat will accumulate on that back pad.

STINKY!!!
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#3328779 - 08/20/13 06:48 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: 102]
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That looks awesome. What is it? Where can I get one?
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#3328784 - 08/20/13 06:54 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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#3328856 - 08/20/13 07:51 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Beekeeper]
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I looked at this at bass pro yesterday and think I will buy one. I am the same way with walking a mile or more in and the standard summit straps don't cut it, even on the light open shot I have.
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#3328860 - 08/20/13 07:54 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: 102]
Poleaxe
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 Originally Posted By: 102
the problem I see with it is that after several uses, the moisture from my sweat will accumulate on that back pad.

STINKY!!!


That's no problem at all. Each point to the stand has a buckle. There's 8 buckles and all you have to do is snap them off and throw it in the washer. You can get it off in less than 10 seconds.


It's made by Game plan and it's called Treestand transport system. You can get Em at bass pro and they run about $60

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#3328865 - 08/20/13 07:59 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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I will have one of those.

The ONLY complaint I have ever had with my Summit is the carry straps.
Seems like if they are smart enough to build a stand that good they could figure out a better way to carry.

Thanks for sharing.
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#3328881 - 08/20/13 08:14 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: RUGER]
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 Originally Posted By: RUGER
I will have one of those.

The ONLY complaint I have ever had with my Summit is the carry straps.
Seems like if they are smart enough to build a stand that good they could figure out a better way to carry.

Thanks for sharing.

Amen to that
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#3328904 - 08/20/13 08:36 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Heavy Mass]
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I've been using an old pack frame and attached it to my Summit climber using bungee cords. Works OK, but nowhere near ideal. Just can't get it consistent and can be noisy unhooking it from the climber. This looks like a great piece of merchandise. Hmm. I've got some funds left in the hunting budget and the wife if going out of town for a few days. Perfect timing.
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#3328909 - 08/20/13 08:40 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: OHVATN]
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I've been contemplating buying a molle strap, belt and frame to try with a stand.
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#3328946 - 08/20/13 09:06 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: @fulldraw]
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Looks sweet... what is the going rate on that fine piece?
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#3328962 - 08/20/13 09:13 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: @fulldraw]
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You can buy another pack of 8 buckles if u have another stand and if u want to leave the stand in the woods unhook the harnesss and rehook it to your extra stand. If u have a summit make sure your buckles are placed exactly where the ones in the pic are placed. I went through 3yrs and 5 harnesses before I realized I was putting it on wrong and putting to much stress on the waist pad and ripping it in the back. No it works flawlessly.
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#3328964 - 08/20/13 09:14 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Urban_Hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: Urban_Hunter
Looks sweet... what is the going rate on that fine piece?


$60

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#3329094 - 08/20/13 10:48 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: @fulldraw]
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I have been using this back-pack frame for nearly 30 years. Weighs nearly nothing. I use nylon cord to tie stuff to it.

here is one view
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#3329448 - 08/20/13 03:31 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: DaveB]
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I have a buddy near a BPS. We may get a few for the group.

I like the detatch option.
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#3329617 - 08/20/13 06:21 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: HOOK]
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 Originally Posted By: HOOK
It's not the walk in that will kill you.....it's the drag out....
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#3329624 - 08/20/13 06:25 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: 102]
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It looks great and looks very comfortable. I see two things I don't like personally. 1) as 102 said, my back sweats like a mule, 2) that's a little too much plastic for me (buckles). If there is a chance for stuff clanging around, I will be the first to do it. Several years ago, I cut as much of that stuff out as I can. I do put tape on all my plastic stiff to silence a little, which I guess I could do for all 8 buckles \:\) . Would be great for my hour hikes in LBL for sure! There are times and places for just about everything
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#3329627 - 08/20/13 06:28 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: JCDEERMAN]
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Do you have previous experience with Game Plan gear? The stitching on their ger tends to be very weak. Their gear is also very heavy for what it is.

As far as the sweat issue, its no different than using any other backpack. I do not use scent killer spray very much, but backpack and straps are one piece of gear that I do use it (spray) on regularly. I also leave my backpack outside quite a bit during the season.
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#3329635 - 08/20/13 06:38 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: JCDEERMAN]
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I've been using something VERY SIMILAR to that from Lone Wolf for years. Like most ideas, I've not found it as good as it sounded initially, but it does make the stand a little easier to carry.

You all have pretty much covered the features, so let me share a few "cons" that I believe will apply to this one same as the Lone Wolf.

1) It does add a little weight. Even 2 lbs is 2 more pounds.

2) What are you going to do with it while you're hunting? This is an ADDITIONAL item you're now carrying, and it has a fairly large "footprint". I don't like to leave it on the ground, don't like to leave it attached to the stand, and don't like it in the tree with me. Choose one.

3) You'll probably remove any other straps you had on a stand you're carrying. Then, you'll NEED this contraption to transport the stand. If you leave the stand in the woods, will you feel comfortable leaving this with it? If you're like me, sometimes you'll forget to bring it back, or you'll decide to move a stand when you don't have it with you.

I go back and forth between preferring to use or not to use.

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#3329636 - 08/20/13 06:40 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poser]
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Agreed, Poser. As soon as I get back to our cabin from hunting, and before going inside (boots), I hang everything up outside....clothes, pack, and everything. As soon as I get there on Fridays, before I go inside, I hang everything up outside. A lot of near naked walking around from me until I grab some sweat pants \:D . With the backpack, the scent factor could be extinguished, but all that plastic is something I still don't like
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#3329654 - 08/20/13 07:07 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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 Originally Posted By: Poleaxe
To all of you mobile climbers I would really think about investing in these. Some stands I walk over a mile to get to. With my summits factory straps it gets hard. After I purchased this I'm not fatigued or afraid to walk further. It takes all the weight off your shoulders and places them on your hips like a hiking pack.







that dude in the bottom picture is going to be pissed off when he realizes he didnt bring any arrows
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#3329685 - 08/20/13 07:36 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: redblood]
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There's not one piece of plastic exposed. This harness doesn't make any noise. I repeat. This harness has no moving parts to make any noise. I take mine off bout every 7-10 days and wash it and hang dry it. It's just as quick to put back on as is it to take off. If the material tears it's your fault because it wasn't positioned right. Somebody asked what to do with it when you climb up. I got an idea if u don't want to keep it on. Take it back to the truck then come back. Theirs 6 of us that has Em and all keep theirs on their platform while they hunt. Theirs no need to take it off.
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#3329686 - 08/20/13 07:37 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: Poleaxe






that dude in the bottom picture is going to be pissed off when he realizes he didnt bring any arrows


lmao \:D \:D \:D
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#3329949 - 08/20/13 10:54 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Heavy Mass]
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Had one on mu old summit, it REALLY helps!
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#3330049 - 08/21/13 05:36 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Master Chief]
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 Originally Posted By: Master Chief
 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: Poleaxe






that dude in the bottom picture is going to be pissed off when he realizes he didnt bring any arrows


lmao \:D \:D \:D


\:D \:D
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#3330526 - 08/21/13 12:28 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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#3330639 - 08/21/13 02:31 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Snake]
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I use one with my summit goliath and man does it make a difference. Getting the weight off the shoulders and onto the hips far outweighs any negatives this thing poses. You do have to take it off since on the summit it is attached to the top, but like was mentioned the clasps are covered with neoprene and quiet.
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#3330684 - 08/21/13 03:08 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Heavy Mass]
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I have this product and others like it. I just got a new solution from Muddy that looks promising, but I haven't tried it yet. They all have their pluses and minuses. I'm thinking about making a short video that shows these solutions in use. I think it could help other public land hunters.

Also, the Gameplan Gear TTS shown in the pictures can be had for $45. The $60 price at Bass Pro is a rip.
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#3330785 - 08/21/13 04:43 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Vermin93]
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 Originally Posted By: Vermin93
I have this product and others like it. I just got a new solution from Muddy that looks promising, but I haven't tried it yet. They all have their pluses and minuses. I'm thinking about making a short video that shows these solutions in use. I think it could help other public land hunters.

Also, the Gameplan Gear TTS shown in the pictures can be had for $45. The $60 price at Bass Pro is a rip.


Please tell me where I can get one for 45?
I think I will try one.

I like all the pros and cons but I am willing to sacrifice for some comfort.
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#3330817 - 08/21/13 05:16 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: 102]
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That looks pretty handy. I have been using the straps off a government issue MOLLE II pack. The shoulder straps and waist belt from the MOLLE II are very well made and can be had for 20 bucks or so. They can be installed on the climber with the climber cables up or down. A lot of info about it on ArcheryTalk.com forums.
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#3330825 - 08/21/13 05:37 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: 102]
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 Originally Posted By: Vermin93
I have this product and others like it. I just got a new solution from Muddy that looks promising, but I haven't tried it yet. They all have their pluses and minuses. I'm thinking about making a short video that shows these solutions in use. I think it could help other public land hunters.

Also, the Gameplan Gear TTS shown in the pictures can be had for $45. The $60 price at Bass Pro is a rip.


Please tell me where I can get one for 45?
I think I will try one.

I like all the pros and cons but I am willing to sacrifice for some comfort.


I ordered mine here, but it looks like they sold out.

GamePlan Gear Treestand Transport System

Here are some other reputable online retailers that have it for a good price. Need to factor in shipping cost + no sales tax vs. cost of gas to drive to Bass Pro + TN sales tax.

Game Plan (T.T.S.) Treestand Transport System

GamePlan Treestand Transport Carrier, AP

Additional sets of straps to rig up more than one stand are available here.

GamePlan T.T.S. Connector Straps (8 pc set)
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#3330848 - 08/21/13 06:09 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Vermin93]
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FYI: I tested some Game Plan gear a couple of years ago and found it to be of poor quality, especially the stitching. Unless they have changed fabrics, the material is cotton based and will hold water like a burlap sack when wet. This particular desifn is a good idea for people who use climbers, but my experience suggests that you consider other manufacturers for a similar product.
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#3331046 - 08/21/13 08:53 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Bucket]
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 Originally Posted By: Bucket
I use one with my summit goliath and man does it make a difference. Getting the weight off the shoulders and onto the hips far outweighs any negatives this thing poses. You do have to take it off since on the summit it is attached to the top, but like was mentioned the clasps are covered with neoprene and quiet.


When u slide the bottom platform into the climber unbuckle the top 2 buckles and run them OVER the climber. Keeps you from having to take the whole thing off.

The stitching in GamePlans gear in the past was poor. For one I positioned it wrong and the pressure was on the weakest part it. It took me 4 harnesses before I finally figured out how to put it on right.

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#3331132 - 08/21/13 09:45 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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I've been adding a waist belt to the underside of my stands for years. I buy one of the 2 inch wide luggage straps in a subdued color and zip tie it on the front edge of the bottom of the platform (I pack mine witht he tree side up and the front edge of the stand down). I space the zip ties slightly closer than my hips are wide. Use a heavy duty zip tie and the regular shoulder straps. I try to attach my shoulder straps wider than normal because my shoulders are wider than normal. This keeps the shoulder straps from biting into my neck and trap muscle. With the weight on the hips I can carry more clothing for longer stays. When I get ready to climb the tree I clip the buckle closed so as to not wave around as much.

Works great. This is a much refined version of what I have been doing for years. This would be much more comfortable and mine is pretty comfortable. So go nice or go cheap but put the waist belt on your stands today!
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#3342792 - 08/31/13 05:23 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Hoss]
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Ordered mine this morning.

Thanks for the info.
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#3342851 - 08/31/13 06:37 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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Would love to test that! I walk a long way because I go where I think I can be successful and distance is not a prohibitor...that said, I am for making it easier if possible!! \:\)
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#3342907 - 08/31/13 07:38 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Vermin93]
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 Originally Posted By: Vermin93
I have this product and others like it. I just got a new solution from Muddy that looks promising, but I haven't tried it yet. They all have their pluses and minuses. I'm thinking about making a short video that shows these solutions in use. I think it could help other public land hunters.

Also, the Gameplan Gear TTS shown in the pictures can be had for $45. The $60 price at Bass Pro is a rip.


Get that up ASAP interested
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#3343339 - 09/01/13 07:15 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poser]
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I purchased one a couple years ago and stitching broke loose. Contacted game gear about it and they would not call me back or return my emails , so that says alot about their customer service and how they back their product.
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#3343349 - 09/01/13 07:23 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: pse2]
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 Originally Posted By: pse2
I purchased one a couple years ago and stitching broke loose. Contacted game gear about it and they would not call me back or return my emails , so that says alot about their customer service and how they back their product.


You put it on wrong. I went through 3 before I realized I had mine on wrong. Mine was ripping too because I didn't follow directions. I took all 3 back and got another one and it has worked flawlessly with even the first sign of ripping.

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#3349823 - 09/06/13 06:28 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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I just put mine on my stand.
It is VERY comfortable.
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#3349827 - 09/06/13 06:38 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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I have one of these gameplan gear straps like the one pictured for $40 shipped to you. It's in excellent condition and was only used a few times. I mostly hunt from ladder stands. Just click my username and send me a pm if interested.....
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#3349928 - 09/06/13 08:08 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: Poleaxe
To all of you mobile climbers I would really think about investing in these. Some stands I walk over a mile to get to. With my summits factory straps it gets hard. After I purchased this I'm not fatigued or afraid to walk further. It takes all the weight off your shoulders and places them on your hips like a hiking pack.







that dude in the bottom picture is going to be pissed off when he realizes he didnt bring any arrows
 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: Poleaxe
To all of you mobile climbers I would really think about investing in these. Some stands I walk over a mile to get to. With my summits factory straps it gets hard. After I purchased this I'm not fatigued or afraid to walk further. It takes all the weight off your shoulders and places them on your hips like a hiking pack.







that dude in the bottom picture is going to be pissed off when he realizes he didnt bring any arrows


Hahahahaha that cracked me up!

Mine is being ordered in about 3 minutes...

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#3352421 - 09/09/13 06:09 AM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Poleaxe]
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Good idea.... \:\/
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#3360218 - 09/15/13 02:50 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: CDUB]
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I got mine in and I put it on...feels good.. Still playing around with the adjustments can't quite figure out if I have it adjusted in the best positions... However forgive my ignorance here lol... What is the point of the sipper on the backside of the waist band? Maybe I'm not thinking outside of the box here but what do you guys use it for?
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#3360222 - 09/15/13 03:05 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Jeff!]
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Good question Jeff.

BTW, I just got back from an hour walk with the wife.

I had my stand on my back the whole time. I love this thing!

Thanks for sharing Poleaxe


Edited by 102 (09/15/13 03:06 PM)
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#3360431 - 09/15/13 06:43 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: 102]
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Exactly!
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#3360686 - 09/15/13 09:27 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: Boone 58]
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Picked one up at Bass Pro yesterday.
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#3361291 - 09/16/13 12:29 PM Re: Best $ I ever spent [Re: TN Larry]
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Glad you guys like it. Jeff, it's for toilet paper in case u gotta make a quick run. Really I don't know what it's for. 102, that be a funny sight, but really smart. Good way to get in shape.
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