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#6862790 - 08/20/17 03:18 PM Big denali ladderstand
TonyLama Online   happy
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Registered: 01/25/10
Posts: 776
Loc: Tioga, Texas
Anyone use one or has tried one? Im looking at buying one after seeing it at Cabelas but wanted to see if anyone has tried them out or has suggestions about one in the same price range.


Edited by TonyLama (08/20/17 03:18 PM)

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#6863413 - 08/21/17 07:18 AM Re: Big denali ladderstand [Re: TonyLama]
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Registered: 10/17/16
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I think that's what my buddy bought not long ago...two man 18' one. I'll have to ask him and see.

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#6863485 - 08/21/17 08:36 AM Re: Big denali ladderstand [Re: TonyLama]
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Registered: 11/22/11
Posts: 3545
Loc: Keller
I have the two man variety, funny thing is it is still sitting in my garage after putting it together last year but we just never got to hanging it. Will get that taken care of this year for sure.

Seats are wider than normal, very comfortable to sit in and seems solid enough. My only comparison is a muddy 2 man stand with similar features. That one is also comfortable for a long sit but there isn't as much width as the Big Denali.

Just for reference, I bought the muddy and the Hawk around the same time last year to try them both out, but only ended up needing to hang one. I have a new place this year so we will get the hawk hung sooner rather than later. Just giving a garage sit test, I preferred the hawk over the muddy, because of the extra width, but comfort wise, they were both pretty nice, with a slight edge to the denali for their more ergonomic seat design. Can't talk to the longevity of it, but the materials between the muddy and the hawk were almost identical.


Edited by Texas buckeye (08/21/17 08:39 AM)

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#6879607 - 09/05/17 08:36 PM Re: Big denali ladderstand [Re: TonyLama]
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Registered: 12/15/11
Posts: 217
Loc: Tennessee
I would highly recommend the Millenium stands. The 2 man is very comfortable. I have been replacing all of my lockdowns with the 22' ladder stands.

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#6879867 - 09/06/17 06:29 AM Re: Big denali ladderstand [Re: Lacy1]
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Originally Posted By: Lacy1
I would highly recommend the Millenium stands. The 2 man is very comfortable. I have been replacing all of my lockdowns with the 22' ladder stands.


Yes. The Millenium stands are the most comfortable ladder stand I have ever used.
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