Millennium T360 and L366 Revolution Stands

The Millennium T360 Revolution Tripod Stand and L366 Revolution Ladder Stand feature seats that swivel 360 degrees and lift up and out of the way for added maneuverability.

Millennium T360 and L366 Revolution Stands
Millennium Outdoors L366 Revolution Ladder Stand
Millennium Outdoors L366 Revolution Ladder Stand

Millennium Outdoors has announced two new stands to the Millennium Treestands Revolution lineup for 2019, the T360 Revolution Tripod Stand and the L366 Revolution Ladder Stand. Both stands are expected to be available before this fall. 

The T360 Revolution Tripod Stand ($449.99; above right) measures 16 feet to the padded shooting rail. Like other stands in the Revolution lineup, including the L366, the mesh seat swivels 360 degrees and lifts up to provide more room for standing shots. The T360 is made of steel with a powder-coated finish and includes a camo skirt for concealment with two convenient gear pockets. It can be difficult to find a perfectly level spot for a tripod stand, but the T360 has an adjustable leg that solves the common problem. The large ladder steps of the T360 provide a stable footing for climbing in and out of the stand. The T360 weighs 155.8 pounds and has a capacity of 300 pounds. 

The L366 Revolution Ladder Stand ($419.99; right) measures 18 feet to the padded shooting rail with ladder sections that bolt together with knobs for added strength and noise elimination. The seat of the L366 and other Millennium stands are constructed of mildew- and UV-resistant waterproof polytec fabric. The L366 also includes a camo skirt (photo below) as well as a 35-foot Safelink safety line. The powder-coated steel L366 weighs 104 pounds and has a capacity of 300 pounds.

For more information, visit www.millenniumstands.com.

Camo skirt installed on Millennium Outdoors L366 Revolution Ladder Stand.
Camo skirt installed on Millennium Outdoors L366 Revolution Ladder Stand.


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