- "Better Than a Rock" is a lightweight stool for the backcountry hunter
- Perfect for glassing for long periods of time or to make camp that much more comfortable
- Lightweight and compact design make this a backpack hunters dream
- The seat is made from 100% Nylon mesh
- The poles are made from Aluminum Alloy 7001
- With a max load capacity of 240 lbs
Hillsound's BTR ultralight backcountry stool is the perfect addition to your high-country camp. Designed to be as lightweight and sleek as possible, there is no reason to leave it at home. Two different sizes to accommodate any and all hunting applications.
|Weight||14" - 12.6 oz
17" - 14.1 oz
|Height||14" - Min: 11.6" Max: 14.4"
17" - Min: 13.6" Max: 17.7"
|Material||Seat - 100% Nylon Mesh
Poles - Aluminum Alloy 7001
|Load Capacity||240 lbs|
Rececieved my replacement chair back in April 2021 because one of the legs from my original stool would not expand. It is now March of 2022 and with hardly any use i am sad to say the whole chair completely broke while I was sitting on it. I am 5'9 and 160lbs at max and I don't see how weight can be an issue. I had the 14' version. As a photographer I would not recommend because lack of durability for above market price.
I have heard that these break but mine hasn’t broken yet in two week long trips. Super light, nice and wide, good height off the ground and pack up small. I’ve used about every stool out there and this is one of better ones. If it holds up it will be the best!
This stool is lightweight, sturdy and compact. My only regret is not buying enough for the whole family.
Small, lightweight and packable. Stability of the retractable legs on soft ground is questionable, a hard surface is necessary for the legs to bind and support your body weight.
I’ll continue to include the Hillsound BTR in my pack for an elevated glassing stool but set up location will require additional effort.
nice and light//im a little concerned about strength as im 220 ish//hope it holds up ok,time will tell.