(Decatur, AL) Every year, Field and Stream tests hundreds of products to find “The Best of The Best” in a number of different categories. This year, the new Summit Switchblade won the climbing tree stand category.
Summit General Manager David South commented, “The team at Summit is very excited to be selected as the top climbing tree stand this year. We always strive to enhance the hunting experience of our customers by producing quiet, comfortable and safe tree stands. When professional writers deem that our stands are the best, we have succeeded.”
The Switchblade from Summit Treestands has all of the same qualities you’ve come to expect from a Summit stand. Silence, security, concealment, and comfort take on new meanings when you combine the same Summit qualities with this collapsible stand. Add a newly engineered arm rest design that puts the pressure points where they should be, and you can sit comfortably for hours. Less fidgeting means more focus on being ready when it’s time to take the shot. Of course, the new Switchblade comes with the padded armrests, seat, and backrest that help make a Summit the best climber on the market. It also features RapidClimb™ stirrups, nylon bushings at the pivot points, and a threaded backbar knob, not a pin. The Switchblade has all of the good stuff you expect from a Summit, plus the ability to fold this stand. If you’re looking for high performance in a collapsible climber, look no further than the Summit Switchblade.
About Summit: Summit is a leading manufacturer of premium-quality, high-performance treestands, safety straps, and ground blinds. Founded by John Woller, Sr. in 1981, the company combines a passion for engineering and hunting, which clearly shows in the design elegance and in-field functionality of all their products. Summit holds over a dozen patents and has consistently led the industry with new innovations, comfort, and convenience features. Summit has been part of PRADCO Outdoor, a division of EBSCO Industries, since 2002.
Suggested Retail is $299.99.
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