New Hawk Helium Steps for Saddle Hunting

By Brodie SwisherFebruary 5, 20211 Comment

Mobile hunting has been the hottest thing to come along in the world of whitetail hunting in a long time. Staying mobile and sticking with the deer activity throughout the season is the key to success. And having the tools to stay mobile will greatly up your odds to make it happen.

For 2021, Hawk continues to build their lineup of gear designed for mobile hunting, particularly saddle hunting, with the introduction of their new Hawk Helium Steps. 

Check out the all-new Hawk Helium Steps for mobile hunting.

The Hawk Helium Steps were designed to be lightweight, compact, built tough and easy to use. They come in a 4-pack and allow you to hunt extremely mobile, quick and quiet, in nearly any tree with any tree saddle on the market. 

How does it work? 

You simply wrap the 1-inch strap around the tree and space the four aluminum steps around to wherever you desire for maximum comfort and mobility. The setup allows you to maneuver around the tree like nothing else, giving you 360 degree shooting opportunities. 

The steps are equipped with rugged tread for a super strong grip & traction and bark-biting teeth on the tree sided backing that will dig into the bark for rock-solid and secure hunting. The Helium Steps are perfect for hunters who want to explore more hunting locations while using the best foldable steps available for mobile hunting platforms.

Specs on the Hawk Helium Steps

  • Aluminum Construction: 4 ounces per step
  • Weight with 4 steps = 1.9 lbs.
  • Weight Rating: 300 lbs.
  • Strap Length: 68-inches
  • Strap: 1-inch pull tight cam buckle
  • Ultra-Packable
  • Foldable steps for compact/portability
  • Rugged tread for superior grip & traction
  • Bark biting rear of steps add grip to tree
  • Price – $69.99 – 4-pack

Check out the Hawk Helium Steps, as well as the complete lineup of hunting gear from Hawk at www.hawkhunting.com

Brodie Swisher
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Bowhunting.com. Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
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