Climb To New Heights with The Hyde Hang-On Stands from Ameristep
Permanent stands are comfortable, and when positioned on a food plot or agricultural field can provide good hunting, especially for filling the freezer. If you are serious about hunting mature bucks, hunters need to adjust to conditions and take advantage of the element of surprise. The Hyde series of hang-on stands from Ameristep are made for hunters who need the flexibility to hang a stand where the deer are right now, not simply where it’s convenient.
Ameristep makes two Hyde hang-on treestands, the Tag Out and the Wall Hanger. Both feature a rock-solid, cast-aluminum construction and a quick leveling platform and seat.
The Hyde Tag Out Hang-On Treestand weighs just 17 pounds, yet has a platform that is 21 ½ inches by 33 inches. There is plenty of room to stand, turn and safely make the shot when that big buck appears. In addition, the Tag Out’s seat is a comfortable 21 inches by 15 inches and is rated for up to 300 pounds. The Tag Out has a built-in lumbar support backrest for complete comfort that allows an all-day sit for serious deer hunters.
Deer hunters who prefer a lighter hang-on stand that still offers a comfortable, safe platform should check out the Hyde Wall Hanger Treestand. The Wall Hanger weighs only 13 ½ pounds and thanks to its lightweight design, it’s the perfect stand to carry into those hard-to-reach areas. The Wall Hanger offers the same big platform that is 21 ½ inches by 33 inches.
The durable cast aluminum construction of Hyde stands is superior to traditional hollow-tubing designs. Increased strength, stability and significantly extended product life are just a few of the advantages. Hyde platforms have no welds, seams, tubes or rivets. A design that keeps moving parts to a minimum eliminates the pings, pops and creaks of traditional tree stand construction.
With intelligent features and a wealth of rock-solid advantages, Hyde tree stands are…BUILT TO LAST, DESIGNED TO HUNT.
For more info about Hyde hang-on stands, please visit www.ameristep.com.