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NEW Deer Timber Extreme Comfort Hunting Cushion.

by Bow Staff 14. June 2010 03:00
Bow Staff

PITTSBURG, KS — Deer Timber™ has recently launched a new integration to a basic hunting concept with the Extreme Comfort™ cushion. This patent-pending product makes a great addition to any outdoorsman’s equipment.

The flat 14x16-inch platform seat is convertible with 4 inches of thick comfort. It offers a soft and firm option, available by simply flipping the cushion. The soft side offers high resilience foam that gently forms around the body, while the firm side offers more support with its denser, closed-cell foam. The reliability of the product with its lifetime warranty assures satisfaction for years of hunting.

The Deer Timber™ team of hunters has dubbed the cushion as the “Bad Boy of Hunting Cushions.” According to its founders, it is truly an innovation in the hunting seat market.

Weighing only 1-pound, 6-ounces, the seat is easy to carry. Because of its lightweight quality and firm/soft convertible support, the seat can be used anywhere from in the woods to sitting at a ballgame. The 48-inch adjustable poly strap with its durable plastic buckle that contours to either the shoulder or hip makes the seat convenient to carry either over the shoulder or around the waist.

The American-made, water resistant cushion has a 100-percent, lifetime warranty and is available in Mossy Oak Break Up®. The durable outer fabric is cordura nylon, a high performance, long lasting material designed for resistance to abrasions, tears, and punctures.




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