Novix Raider Hybrid Saddle Platform

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Novix Raider Hybrid Saddle Platform


New for 2024, the Raider Hybrid Treestand is the first of its kind. It was created for the hunter who wants the size of a saddle platform with the added ability to sit down when needed. The small form seat folds out of the way when used like a traditional saddle platform and also provides a quick resting spot when the action slows down.

At only 8 pounds, the Raider Hybrid Treestand is the ultimate mobile hunting setup when you can't decide between the saddle and the treestand.

The Raider platform utilizes machined aluminum to not only keep the stand light but provide rigidity for easily recognizable boot placement and traction when hunting in icy or slippery conditions.
The leveling feature on the platform helps you sit in the gnarliest of trees comfortably, leveling the stand front-to-back like your favorite recliner. Adjust the seat angle by spinning the bolt under the seat.
Our Offset Bracket allows you to level left-to-right, only needing two points of contact of the six available to stay solidly locked into the tree.
Our Frost Coating eliminates shine from otherwise raw aluminum, helping you better blend into the whitetail woods. It also provides texture for better grip in slippery elements.
This product is undergoing testing and is expected to exceed the standards set by the Treestand Manufacturer's Association (TMA).
This product is proudly made in the United States, giving you comfort and confidence in the blue-collar, American quality.

Weight: 8 lb
Platform Dimensions: 22.75"L x 16.375"W x 1"H
Seat Dimensions: 10.6"L x 8"W x 4"H
Cable Length: 16.5 in
Seat Post Height: 22.75 in
Weight Rating: 300 lb
All-Aluminum Construction
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