Tree Climbing Kits
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Picking a Tree Climbing Kit for Beginners
When you're getting into tree climbing, there are a ton of different products available. Sometimes, the choices might feel a little overwhelming. Will all the gear be available, how do you know what you need to start climbing trees? If you're unsure what to pick, we've got rope climbing kits assembled for you already. These kits are going to contain some, or all, of the essentials you need for tree climbing. Check out what some of those items are below.
Tree Climbing Harnesses
When you're picking a harness or a saddle, you'll need one meant specifically for tree climbing. That's our specialty, so you can rest assured that the harness in any climbing set you buy from us is going to get the job done.
When you're climbing trees, not just any rope will do. The climbing line that we sell is specifically meant for climbing trees. When you're up in the canopy, your rope is going to be your lifeline. Make sure you're using the right rope.
Flipline or Lanyard
When you're climbing a tree with spurs, you'll need a flipline or a lanyard. This section of line clips into your harness and wraps around the tree, creating tension. It's an essential part of any climbing kit. Flipline or Lanyard Adjuster To keep tension, you're going to have to adjust the length of your flipline as you climb up and down the tree. You can do this by using an adjuster to keep things tight.
A Prusik is a friction hitch that's going to let you ascend and descend the tree you're in. While a Prusik can be tied at one end of your climbing line, it's recommended that you use a specialty rigging rope that's heat resistant.
Carabiners are used to create secure systems in your tree climbing ropes. For safety reasons, carabiners need to be weight rated and meant for climbing specifically. These tools are going to keep you safe, and they need to be designed for the task at hand.
Spurs or Spikes
These are only to be used when you're going to be removing a tree completely since they can be harmful to a tree's health. We have a number of spur kits available, depending on what you're looking for while you're climbing.
Get the Right Tree Climbing Gear at Treestuff
When you buy your tree climbing gear from Treestuff, you're getting the best quality gear available. Whether you're a beginner or a professional, the kits we've put together are going to be the best value you can find to get into the tops of the trees.
As always, safety and quality are of the utmost concern. If you're not sure what you need or have any questions, please ask a Treestuff specialist by using our online chat. You can also reach us at email@example.com and by calling 877-408-7337.