Hawk Introduces Helium Pro Hang-On

posted on June 22, 2020
Providing stability and comfort for the long haul, the Hawk Helium Pro Hang-On is a lightweight, portable stand for the mobile hunter. Weighing in at just 12 pounds, the aluminum-framed stand boasts three-inches of Hawk memory foam which conforms to the body. All contact points are welded, meaning the platform is fully squeak-free, and includes self-lubricating teflon washers between metal-to-metal contact points. Finally, to ensure stability, the Helium Pro comes standard with Tree-Digger teeth, to bite and grip bark, and even can be used with the Hawk Cruzr Bracket to ease hanging.

For more information on this stand, tested to TMA standards, which includes a one-inch cinch strap, backpack straps, a full-body safety harness and an adjustable footrest, please visit hawkhunting.comMSRP: $209.99


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