Blackpowder Products Stag All-Terrain Seat

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Blackpowder Products Stag All-Terrain Seat -
Portable seat weighs less than 6 lbs. Compact-carry design includes removable legs that store in the seat and a backrest that folds down. Position for the perfect shot via the 360° swiveling seat. Telescoping legs adjust from 16" to 23". Padded cushion. Manufacturer’s lifetime warranty. Imported.
Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
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Blackpowder Products Stag All-Terrain Seat Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Just What I Was Looking For

This chair is exactly what I was looking for in my blind. The adjustable height is nice, as it lets you sit more comfortable without being too scrunched down. More so, the swivel is nessessary with bowhunting, as it lets you get positioned quietly, and without much movement, for the shot. It packs up well in my Blind Hog, as if it were made for it. I especially like the fact that the foam cushion is removable, for both washing, and replacing with something thicker.
MarylandHunter at Cabelas on 11/07/2011

good hard seat

very good seat for all terrains. worked extreamly well on slopes and level ground. only issues are the seat pad is very hard after a couple hours sitting and there is no carring strap. oter then that very good seat.
bone64 at Cabelas on 11/11/2012

Negative Reviews:


this was not what I expected. the ad should have said for children. it is too noisey and hard to turn in a deer stand
br5499 at Cabelas on 01/30/2013

Neutral Reviews:


Seat is sturdy and functions well. Also packs nicely. However the cushion is almost nonexistent. Becomes uncomfortable very quickly.
Jcars11 at Cabelas on 10/31/2012