New Bowhunting Gear for 2016

Tinks Bow Hoist Rope – 20 ft.

Thanks to Tink's Speed Winder, fumbling in the dark while trying to unknot your hoist rope is now a thing of the past.

The Speed Winder's 20-foot rope winds up quickly and neatly onto the handle and locks into place to prevent unwinding in your pack. This storage method prevents the rope from tangling or knotting, so you'll no longer have to waste precious time untying knots when you could be hunting. 

The Swivel-mounted hook eliminates rope twist, and the spring-loaded hook closure prevents items, such as your gun or bow, from coming off the hook. Now you can safely pull your essential gear into the stand with little effort and store your rope neatly in your pack knowing that it will remain unknotted until you need it again.

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  1. Scott Abbott says:

    I like the idea, but 20ft. just isn't enough for me. I won't carry this myself strictly for that reason.

    I am currently carrying a "strap and reel" style and am looking for a slimmer less bulky design.

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  2. Justin Zarr says:

    I generally don't hunt from more than 20 feet in most cases, so this isn't much of an issue for me. Although I do like the Pine Ridge Hook & Hoist better as it stays mounted to your stand. This way I never have to worry about bringing a rope with me, or worrying that I forgot it. And the included rope in the Pine Ridge system is 30 feet long, which will be a plus for guys that hunt high.

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