Fanatic Outdoors Low Down Hunting Seat

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posted on September 3, 2021
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Fanatic Outdoors has debuted its Low Down Hunting Seat in Realtree Edge camouflage. This portable seat is compact and versatile, weighing in at a mere two pounds, six ounces. This light weight makes it perfect for packing in to your favorite hunting or camping spot, while a dual-pole design allows for stability, hands-free sitting and easy setup. Simply attach the two poles to a tree in a V-shape, strap the top of the chair to the trunk, and you're good to go. The chair can be placed at any height desired, from a low, stealthy seated position, to a high half-standing lean. Either are comfortable thanks to the chair's hammock-like profile. For more information on the Low Down Hunting Seat, check out fanaticoutdoors.comMSRP: $69.95

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