XOP Onehair Seat?

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  1. justsomedude

    justsomedude Well-Known Member

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    IMG_2910.JPG Any ideas on how to make a Onehair Seat out of an XOP Seat?
    Easy to tie on a webbing bridge to 4 corners. Could mount a standoff to hold you off the tree.

    If you were really crazy...it would double as a platform

    Thoughts? I only have the XOP Climber seat
     
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    I think the xop seat is way too narrow at roughly 14"...at least it would be for me.
     
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    justsomedude Well-Known Member

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    14"? Red could use it!
     
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    I'm not that short!

    Plus I'm wide. I'm a 6' man in a 5'7" body lol!
     
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    The XOP Climber Seat is 16" wide.and is more rectangular (and more expensive)
     
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    I have a Mellenium M7 tree stand and was thinking the seat would make a perfect tree seat. I believe it is 19" wide and mesh so very light.
     
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    Millennium makes a tree seat with backrest. It's super comfy but you wouldn't be able to stand straight in it like you can with the web.
     

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