I like the Recon a lot too, but I don't know if I would recommend it for a brand new saddle hunter. I think a single panel saddle is simpler and probably easier to learn on all other things equal.I’m a Treehopper Recon lover myself! Tried the Sitdrag, Mantis, Tactisaddle and the H2. Nothing beats the price, comfort and adjustability. Look up the videos on Eberhart’s Outdoors YouTube channel and he explains in great detail why the two piece saddle beats a one piece. Good luck hope you find something that works for you.
Couldn’t disagree with you more. Nothing complicated with it at all.I like the Recon a lot too, but I don't know if I would recommend it for a brand new saddle hunter. I think a single panel saddle is simpler and probably easier to learn on all other things equal.
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Do you have a budget in mind? Saddle is not one of those 'buy once cry once' kind of purchase due to it being a very personal preference item. You can DIY something for around $50 with a sitdrag/RCH option. OR go 300+ with a custom saddle. There are some debate between 1 and 2 panels, but I suggest you try both if you can. Its a long time until whitetail season. And to be honest, some people dont end up liking saddles. But again resale value is high due to low cost of shipping. Single panel shine if you are planning to walk in with it, but 2 panels are more comfortable while hunting IMHO. Some people over come this with adding a back band, each their own.I already have a set of hawk helium sticks that I bought for a hang on.