11½lbs ... Looks good but assuming that slender bar is the climbing "seat" it's not much of a usable shooting rail.
This is designed for vertical bow hunters in mind I think- Lone Wolf is out of IA, where crossbows are only permitted during the late muzzleloader season if I remember correctly, certain disabilities, and over like age 70. Don't quote me on any of that, but I think the purpose of this set up is minimal weight, in conjunction with a vertical bow. One of my climbers has a rail, and one does not. The one with the rail is actually lighter than the other since the other requires climbing sticks. All have their advantages and disadvantages.11½lbs ... Looks good but assuming that slender bar is the climbing "seat" it's not much of a usable shooting rail.
Looks to lightweight in areas to be comfortable and safe i have 2 now that i dont use anymoreIf you are familiar with Lone Wolf products then you know they make some awesome stuff, but they also usually cost about 3x as much as similar products. They just came out with this new climber, which looks super light weight, but man the cost is crazy high. I copied the link below.
Crossover™ Climber – Lone Wolf Custom Gear
Way too heavy for a saddle platform, they will sell very few to saddle hunters...it's a climber. It will appeal to those that want the lightest climber and don't know what to do with their money. My guess is those with a comfortable climber like the summits, would care less about a climber that weighs a little less and is not as comfortable and has a questionable shooting rail. Time will telli had hear about this.....11.5 pound sort of make saddle hunting a waisted effort.
They will sell a bunch of these to saddle hunters is my guess.