LAST UPDATED: May 1st, 2015
THE leader in treestand harnesses and safety, Hunter Safety System, is very excited and proud about the release of their new TreeStalker II.
DANVILLE, Ala. (February 5, 2013) – Hunter Safety System has always been known for its innovative designs in safety harnesses, and for 2013, HSS has continued this tradition with the complete redesign of the TreeStalker harness. The new TreeStalker II has been reengineered to be lighter, safer and more comfortable than previous models—all without increasing the price.
By utilizing revolutionary smart fabrics that wick away moisture, maintain durability and reduce weight by up to 25 percent, the new Treestalker II is not only more comfortable, but it is also incredibly lightweight. For added comfort, this new harness features new Comfort-Touch edging around the neck area, and Right-FitÔ panels in the sides to allow the harness to comfortably expand for larger sizes, while remains snug and compact in the field.
While the TreeStalker II is lighter and more comfortable, most importantly, it is also safer. Designed with the new, thinner tether, the TreeStalker II reduces weight, yet it is stronger and provides more shock absorption during a fall than older models. As always, the patented Hunter Safety System of webbing eliminates dangerous dangling straps and weave-through buckles, and it is the easiest and most comfortable harness to put on, especially in the dark.
The new HSS TreeStalker II will be available in Realtree Xtra, one of the most innovative camouflage patterns available today. This new premium vest will be available at retailers with the same $99.99 suggested retail price as the original TreeStalker that it replaces.
Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Danville, Ala., Hunter Safety System is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative deer hunting gear and hunting equipment for the serious hunter. For additional information, write to: The Hunter Safety System, 8237 Danville Road, Danville, AL 35619; call toll-free 877-296-3528; or visit www.huntersafetysystem.com.