Tuesday, September 10, 2019

ThermaSeat Traditional Series

Peterborough, NH- Have a seat and experience what seasoned hunters have trusted for over 30 years! The original ThermaSeat is a must-have hunting product, produced with Softek™ closed-cell foam, so the seat won’t absorb moisture and stays pliable in cold weather. You’ll stay warm and comfortable no matter the conditions. The ThermaSeat Traditional Series Seats are lightweight, durable and waterproof, designed for the wet ground, tree stands, tree stumps and metal seats. Each seat comes with a Velcro® strap for convenient attachment and transport.

The Treestand Hunter from the Traditional Series delivers the classic comfort and long-lasting toughness of a traditional ThermaSeat. With the addition of a backrest, this seat gives you reliable all-day comfort and support allowing for a longer and better hunt. The backrest is made using Softek™ closed-cell foam construction and Silent Touch™ fabric that is soft, quiet and looks great. Attached is a 60-inch adjustable strap to wrap around your tree, holding the backrest in an upright position. This seat has a standard sizing of 18″ x 14″’ x ¾” back, 13″ x 14″ x 1.5″ base.

The Traditional Series is available in orange, gray, brown, ¾-inch-thick or 1½-inch-thick models for $9.99-$17.99. The Treestand Hunter is available in Mossy Oak or Realtree camo for $29.99 Get yours today and don’t leave for the woods without it!

ThermaSeat products can be found in most major chain stores, mail order catalogs and local retailers throughout the USA, Canada and Europe. For more information, visit Thermaseat.com

About ThermaSeat

ThermaSeat is the most trusted brand for all seats and cushions for hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, and all other outdoor applications. In the past 30 years we have expanded our product line, overcame lesser quality imports and knock offs, and remained a family owned and operated business dedicated to providing top quality products to all outdoor enthusiasts. ThermaSeat products made in the USA, are designed, developed, and manufactured in the small mountain town of Peterborough, New Hampshire.