Bush Smarts Bear Star

May 16, 2016

Category: Gear

Outsmart those pesky bear claws with the Bush Smarts Bear Star Line Thrower. Now you can hang your bear bag with ease, thus sleeping soundly at night without the worry of fury thieves stealing your food before dawn. Their line thrower increases both accuracy and range without searching for a rock or trying to tie a knot as well.

In addition to the easy setup, the Bear Star keeps your line tangle free to so it’s always at the ready when the hunger pangs return. The design easily anchors to a tree without the need to be tied, features high-visibility red tips, is lightweight, and made in the USA from titanium recycled from aerospace technology. Each item comes with 50ft of 2.75mm hi-viz reflective line, features 250-pounds of tensile strength, and can support up to 50-pounds of gear. So next time Smokey the Bear comes around your campsite for more that just a PSA, at least your rations will be safe. [Purchase]

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