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$49.99
Product Description
Product Description
• Lightweight aluminum/carbon bow stand
• An attractive carbon pattern on the main body and three folding legs delivers a luxurious design
• Fully collapsible structure for compact storage
• Includes ground spike for outdoor use
• Mesh bag with draw closure included
• Height: 24.5"

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Pretty Good Stand Review by LB
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I bought this stand because at my local tournaments, there are so many ground stands that bows and v-bars get entangled in the sea of recurves on the floor, and I wanted my bow to be off the floor so I wouldnt hit others bows. It performs that job perfectly. However, I found some parts of this stand to be lacking in quality. First, plastic parts automatically turn me off. For a $50 stand I would expect something more than crudely molded plastic. Speaking of it, when I first set this stand up, I found a sharp plastic burr on the arm that holds the stabilizer. I didnt notice it at first but this sharp edge put a lovely scratch up my stabilizer... Although the problem was easily solved with sandpaper, but again, for $50 I would expect better. Only reason I give 4 stars is because of the poorly produced plastic parts. Otherwise, its a very sturdy stand that does a great job of holding your bow vertically or horizontally. It's nice not having to bend over to pick up my bow.

(Posted on 11/6/16)

A bow stand for the tall archer Review by Augi3
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I picked this stand based on its height (25") rather than its brand name based on its description on LAS website. I didn't care so much for its price, but I'm glad I got it.

For me at 6'3" tall, it's been worth the extra $10-$15 dollars. If you're over 5'9" tall, I'm sure you'll appreciate your bow being almost at your finger tips.

I've had no problems with its stability. The cradle grips my riser's handle just right (Cartel Fantom) and I can put down and pick up my bow with one hand. I shoot barebow, so I don't use the stabilizer arm, but occasionally the bow string retainer. The legs screw in to the center. It took me a moment, but you can almost unscrew the leg half way and screw it back in within about 10 seconds. And before you know it, you have a sturdy stand.

An unexpected plus is the fact that it has a spike underneath the center pod. It works best in soft ground, not dry, rock hard turf. Although if there's a crack in the ground, go for it. Your bow is not going to tilt over at all. Another unexpected surprise, is that this stand comes with its own little fishnet type sack to store it. It's not too heavy. I carry it in my Legend II bow backpack.

Sturdy, reliable, and good quality. And when you've 80-100 some odd arrows, you'll appreciate not having to bend over so much to get your bow. It reaches for you!.

(Posted on 10/2/16)

Durable and quite functional Review by Darkside Dave
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I have been using one of three of these stands for over 3 years now. The only issue is that the spike is usually a bit loose (you can unscrew it and flip it around for outside use). I usually put some string wax on the threads to keep it from loosening up.

You partially unscrew the legs to fold them up, then you can screw them back down to lock them into the folded position. However, with the mesh bag, I just leave the legs loose so I don't need to screw them down to make it easier to setup. A bayonet style action would be quicker, but the existing mechanism is at least reliable.

I never use the stabilizer cradle (have never even tried). However, the cradle also has a slot for the string that can be adjusted up or down for your bow's brace height. This provides extra stability and is a most welcome feature.

The riser cradle can be a bit snug if you have taped your handle. It is plastic so you can shave it down to loosen the fit if needed.

(Posted on 5/1/16)

Great stand Review by Michelle
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I bought this stand because I have a bad back and can't bend over multiple times. I don't use a stabilizer so it sits well. It's a perfect height for me and packs up nicely.

(Posted on 11/29/15)

Nice Stand but a bit pricey Review by Andrew
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I like the stand although I wish it is a bit heavier. The materials and construction is very nice. It is a quality product. I have 2 complaints about this product though:

1. The holder that cradles the riser is a bit big, so there is too much room for the riser to tilt. I understand this cradle cannot be too small or it won't fit some riser properly. I fixed it by wrapping the cradle with shoe laces, so it is snug when my bow is placed on this cradle.

2. The stabilizer cradle is a bit flimsy. I wish the arm is made out of carbon fiber or metal with a plastic cradle.

These are not deal breaker but because of these 2 flaws and the price, the value is lower than I like.

(Posted on 8/5/15)

Best on the market Review by Boondock
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Quality abounds
Quick setup
Sturdy
Nice not having to reach down low to retrieve your bow.

(Posted on 8/11/13)

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