Here are three lightweight treestand harnesses to keep you safe all season long.
Gone are the days of wearing bulky treestand harnesses that weigh as much as a winter parka.
Whether you are hunting deep in the backcountry or simply along the edge of a field, one thing is for certain- finding a lightweight harness that doesn’t compromise safety is a must.
Below are three lightweight treestand harnesses to keep you safe all season long.
1. The Safeguard by Muddy Outdoors
The Safeguard Harness by Muddy Outdoors might be packed with features, yet only weighs a mere 1.9 pounds. One of the most appreciated features by bowhunters is the flexible tether, which allows for over 30 inches of movement.
Additionally, located on the front of the harness are several clips that allow for easy access to your rangefinder, calls or binoculars. Combine all of these great features with extremely comfortable padding throughout and you have one of the most gear-friendly lightweight harnesses out there.
2. Tree Spider Speed Harness by Robinson Outdoors
The Tree Spider Speed Harness by Robinson Outdoors is simplistic by design, yet rugged and extremely comfortable. Weighing roughly 2.6 pounds, this harness features a mesh-lined back, which allows it to be worn during warmer weather hunts without adding heat, a flexible tether for easy movement and an adjustable chest strap, allowing an even more custom fit.
This harness is sure to provide all-day comfort without weighing you down.
3. UltraLite Flex by Hunter Safety Systems
The UltraLite Flex by Hunter Safety Systems is all about offering the hunter a comfortable harness that doesn’t interfere with shooting. This harness weighs only two pounds and features extremely durable 1.25-inch padding throughout for maximum comfort.
Unlike some other harness systems; the UltraLite Flex is designed to have a snug fit and does not have any added gear clips or accessory straps that might get in the way during your hunt.
Hunting season is almost upon us, in some states it has even started. Get out there but don’t forget that staying is safe is always most important.