Beginner's Complete Tree Climber Kit
Upgraded in 2023 with the Buck Stability Tree Saddle.
WesSpur's Beginners' Complete Climber kit is a complete selection of gear to begin climbing and working in pruning or removal scenarios. Includes a full set of spur climbing gear backed up with a Moving Rope System. We put this kit together with good quality gear that is still affordable.
There is more comfortable and fully-featured gear out there, but this is a solid starting package at an unbeatable price. You can get started making money and upgrade your climbing kit as you develop your personal skills and tastes.
Your Kit Will Contain:
- Buck Stability Tree Saddle (SAD102)
- Arbor-Plex 1/2” x 150’ (AP1215)
- RockO carabiner x 2 (CAR136)
- SMC CR micro pulley (PUL124)
- Bail Out XL prusik (CLI369M-30)
- Marlow throw line (THR112)
- 10 oz throw weight (THR233)
- 12 oz throw weight (THR234)
- WesSpur Line Mug (BAG110)
- Climb Right 5/8” x 12’ wire-core flipline (FLI111)
- US Standard adjuster (ASC103)
- Pirate Carabiner (CAR134)
- Buckingham steel spurs with 2 1/4” gaffs & lower straps (SPU102)
- Shin cup pads (SPU729-B)
- Universal upper straps (SPU718)
- Gaff guards (SPU901)
- Canvas gear bag (BAG203)
- Tree Climber's Companion (BOO101)
Ratings & Reviews
Great kit with great gear for a great price from a great company
Wesspur is a great company and provides excellent service to their customers. I've used this kit twice already, and I'm ecstatic with the quality. If you're going to be putting your life in the trust of your equipment, make sure you get something well-made from a trusted source and not a cheap Chinese, Amazon knock-off. Anything sold by Wesspur is legit. I'll only be using them to order tree gear from now on.
This kit seriously has everything you could want to get started in a tree. I upgraded to the 150' 24-strand HyperClimb rope, but I'm not experienced enough to know which is better. I had just read about potential issues with the Arbormaster rope. Seriously love everything in the kit so far. Quick tip with the spurs - make sure you wear your boots when you set the height and attach the pads so the pads are close to your knee. I had mine set too low at first and rubbed my calf skin raw. No issues after setting them up correctly.