Summit Treestands Releases New Climber for 2022

posted on February 10, 2022
Mainviper Pro Level SD

Summit has debuted its Viper Level Pro SD climber, which promises to combine comfort and security with additional adjustability over its predecessor. Thanks to its patent-pending EasyLevel dial system, hunters no longer have to worry about climbing all the way down to adjust the angle of their platforms. Instead, they can use the dials to keep the platforms level—all while remaining attached to the tree.

Like its Viper Pro SD predecessor, the Viper Level Pro SD comes equipped with a Quick Draw Pro cable-retention system; a FasTrack accessory system; a wraparound armpad; a comfortable foam suspended seat measuring 18X12-inches at the bottom and 12X20-inches at the back; Dead Metal sound-deadening technology; and more. All this combines to create a climber that weighs only 26 pounds, with a 300-pound weight capacity. Further, it will fit around a tree measuring anywhere between eight- and 20-inches in diameter.

Summit Viper Dimensions

For more information on the Viper Level Pro SD Climber, which is available in either Mossy Oak Elements Terra Gila or Realtree Timber, check out summitstands.comMSRP: $529.99


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