XOP Climbing Sticks

(1 customer review)



Be silent, be mobile. And with XOP climbing sticks, you too can silently setup wherever it takes on that mature buck. If climbing sticks like these are not a part of your arsenal against mature bucks, you owe it to yourself to add them to your silent, mobile, treestand system.



The climbing stick and treestand manufacturer of choice at NextBuk Outdoors is XOP! Xtreme Outdoor Products has teamed up with original Lone Wolf Treestands founder, Andrae D’Acquisto, whom we featured in our Hunting Marsh Bucks and Hill Country Bucks hunting videos, to bring you the next generation in cast treestand and treestand accessory technology! Andrae sold Lone Wolf several years ago and has been retired and enjoying hunting with his family in Iowa and Illinois. Recently his son Cody began working for XOP and they decided to get back in the treestand game! XOP is making improvements to treestands and climbing sticks that we are happy to see hit the market. Make the switch like we did to XOP climbing sticks today!

Climbing Stick Specs (per stick)

  • Length: 32 inches
  • Distance between steps: 15″
  • Steps per stick: 3
  • Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • Weight capacity: 350 pounds
  • Fits Trees: 4″ – 22″ (in diameter)

Climbing Stick Features

  • Reversible steps (3 per stick)
  • Sticks can be locked together when stacking for quiet, stable transport!
  • Bigger gap between step and tree for more stable footing
  • Pivoting V-brackets to adjust to the contours of the tree
  • Fast strap button system
  • New Mossy Oak® camo pattern!
  • Lightweight and extremely user-friendly

Additional information

Weight 20 lbs
Dimensions 32 × 12 × 6 in



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1 review for XOP Climbing Sticks

  1. Jarrod Erdody

    Hi Everyone, this is Jarrod Erdody from Next Buck… for the ultimate flexibility in being able to get into just about any tree in the woods, you should own at least 4 of these climbing sticks. They’re easy to use, quiet, stackable (on XOP and Lone Wolf treestands), and versatile. Best of all, they’re safe and they’re legal on public land!

    So how high up a tree can you get in them? Well, I’m 6’2″, and if I space them well, 4 sticks will get me up about 20′. Please contact us if you have any questions about them.

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