HSS Lil’ Treestalker, Keeping Lil’ Hunters Safe

5 05 2014

hss logoIf your child goes hunting in a tree stand, they need to be protected with a safety harness. Hunter Safety Systems has the Lil’ Treestalker harness made specifically for our youth, to keep them safe with the same type of quality you expect from the adult versions.

The durable vest design contains the heavy-duty strap harness with quick snap buckles that connect hss lil treestalkeraround the waist, legs and chest. New smart fabrics in the Realtree® X-Tra™ Camouflage keep your child cool, dry and comfortable all during the season. The new accordion folded 1 1/4″ tether absorbs more shock than before, with each section breaking away to lessen the stop of a fall. The patented HSS design has also eliminated the dangling straps that could become dangerous. This harness is lightweight, 2.25 pounds, and so comfortable your child could forget they are wearing it. There is a wide range of adjustments so that it can fit over the bulky winter weather clothing needed to keep your youth in the stand longer. This harness is rated to fit children in the 50 to 100 pound range, with a torso measurement of 24″-33″. There are two large pockets located at the waist, perfect for keeping the deer drag strap in. This strap can do double duty; hands free dragging of a deer, and a life-saving suspension relief strap. When you couple this harness with the HSS Lifeline, your child will be safe from the ground up!

Keep your youth hunter safe and comfortable in the tree stand with the Treestalker Safety Harness. Photo: Diane Hassinger

Keep your youth hunter safe and comfortable in the tree stand with the Treestalker Safety Harness.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

I often hunt with my grandchildren. They are experienced hunters at a very young age, but I still feel a great need to protect them from the unexpected. They wear the HSS Lil’ Treestalker Safety Harnesses, because I have complete confidence in these vests. The weather in Western Pennsylvania has experienced a true winter this year, so the adjustability of the harnesses was really tested out. Even dressed as a Pillsbury Doughboy in winter clothing, the harnesses kept them secure, and the HSS Lifeline kept them safe, even on the slippery ladder rungs. When you don’t have to stress about safety issues, the hunting is a lot more enjoyable.

All the safety measures in the world will not help, if you do not teach your child proper tree stand safety, and adult supervision is required anytime anyone under the age of 16 uses a HSS Harness. Like the adult counterpart, the Lil’ Treestalker is tested to TMA standards.The MSRP of the Lil’ Treestalker is $84.95. This harness can be purchased at http://www.huntersafetysystem.com/hss-lil-treestalker/, and many sporting goods stores.

Read more about the HSS Lifeline in a review by Ladies in Camo at http://ladiesincamo.com/licpr/2013/12

The Treestalker lets your youth hunter focus on their perfect shot, while staying safe. Photo: Diane Hassinger

The Treestalker lets your youth hunter focus on their perfect shot, while staying safe.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

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Hunter Safety System and HSS name and logo are the sole property of its rightful owner and used within this writing solely for the promotion of products herein as requested by the product’s manufacturer.

Endorsement Disclosure: Per the guidelines of the Federal Trade Commission, the products reviewed in these product reviews is an endorsement and the writer may have been compensated by “in-kind” payment to review the product.

 

This product review originally published on Ladies in Camo at http://ladiesincamo.com/licpr/2014/04/23/hss-lil-treestalker-diane-hassinger/

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