Weaver WLC-390 Wide Back 4D Tree Saddle - Batten Seat - Size XL (44" - 48")
- D-rings are now made from forged aluminum with a black anodized finish that's lighter than steel
- New fixed position, angled side d-rings feature a two bar design and offer easy access…you can snap in with just one hand
- Saddle back now features two rounded nylon loops that are covered with clear rubber tubes that help resist excess wear, each loop holds up to 15 lbs
- Three more d-rings on bottom of waist back can be used for attachment of ditty bag, first aid bag, etc.
- Extra wide 6" waist back is foam filled and lined with soft oil tanned top grain steer hide leather, 4" wide batten seat is reinforced with an aluminum bar covered in foam that provides extra support (accessory straps keep your batten seat in its proper position) and leg straps are made from heavy-duty coated webbing that is pre-cut, pre-punched and heat-sealed…no fraying, no slippage
- Two nylon utility straps with a chrome brass 200 snap and a 2" nickel-plated ring keep tools handy
- NOT FOR FALL ARREST
- Weighs approximately 6 lbs (medium size)
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