The seat cushion of my new stand is made of foam and, naturally, should not be left outdoors. This makes sense. Squirrels and other rodents love polyurethane and other kinds of foam, which must have some special nutrient or poison they crave. What makes less sense is this warning: “Never leave your treestand outdoors when it is not being used!” (That’s their exclamation point, by the way.) Seriously? Hauling that sucker inside every time I come down and go home? I may just have to roll the dice on that one.