SAS Archery Recurve Takedown Bow Backpack with Arrow Tube

$63.25

  • Nylon
  • Imported
  • Maximum Protection: Fully Padded Backpack with Extra Removable Limb Riser Bag for Max Protection To Your Bow From Scratches
  • Two Large Front Pouches with Total Three Zipped Pockets; Extra Three Pockets Inside The Pouches for All Your Accessories
  • Removable Arrow Tube Holder/Carrier Included At The Side
  • Air-flow System on Shoulder Strap and Back Side Makes This Backpack Comfortable Even When It is Fully Loaded
  • Soft Inner Material for Best Protection from Scratches

Brands:

Southland Archery Supply

Product Code:

B071G6NK84

Availability:

In Stock

Overview:

The SAS Bow Backpack for Take-Down Recurve Bows is not only a great way for your recurve to travel in style, the two large handy zippered pouches in the front leave plenty of room for accessories!

Highlights:

Fully Padded with Extra Removable Limb Riser Bag for Max Protection To Your Bow From Scratches
Two Large Front Pouches with Total Three Zipped Pockets; Extra Three Pockets Inside The Pouches for All Your Accessories
Soft Inner Material for Best Protection from Scratches
Air-flow System on Shoulder Strap and Back Side Makes This Backpack Comfortable Even When It is Fully Loaded
Rubber Patches At The Bottom Absorb Shock and Protect the Equipments
Arrow Tube Holder (Included) At The Side
Dimension: 29" x 18" x 9" (Fully Expanded)

Package Content:

1 x SAS Bow Backpack
1 x Arrow Tube

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Product Dimensions: 27.56 x 18.11 x 9.06 inches
  • Item model number: 12053-BK
  • Date First Available: June 7, 2017
  • ASIN: B072K136FL
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,666 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #39 in Archery Bow Cases

    I bought this for my PSE 62" Night Hawk recurve bow. It's a nice case with a lot (and I mean A LOT) of pockets. Pockets within pockets. There is a padded and zippered pouch velcroed into the inside of the case for your limbs and riser to go into. There is also some velcro strips inside that look like they can also hold a riser or limbs. Maybe both pockets in the pouch are just for the limbs? I dunno, but I have both the limbs and riser in it. There's also a pocket inside of the pouch. Though, it looks as if the max on limb size for that pouch would be maybe for a 64" bow as my limbs fit in with some wiggle room. But you can fit a larger bow into the backpack itself, maybe strap the riser or limbs into the velcro strips inside. The arrow tube extends nicely to fit the 31" arrows I'm using right now. I beieve the tube extends to 40". Just make sure you loosen the strap attached to it in order to extend the tube.

    The backpack on the whole is big. It will take some getting used to since I have only taken it for one trip to the range so far. But there's more than enough room to pack other things you may need. It has a handle in the back if you don't feel like throwing it over your shoulder. I think a handle on the side to carry like a suitcase would have been nice, too. But overall, I like it.

    This is so what I wanted for a reasonable price. I just needed something to keep all my stuff together, not looking to impress anybody . I shoot a bow strictly for something to do outside and pure enjoyment of learning something new, and this lets me grab my stuff and go without searching for what I need. Whether I go to the range or hike into the wood and set up a few targets to shot at, this is perfect. The quality seems good and not heavy. The one weird thing about the case isn't designed to fully zip open, not sure why they designed it this way, but it doesn't affect how much I like the case. I have a Martin Jaguar Elite Take-down bow.

    Just the right amount of space & pockets for everything you need. I can easily fit 3 sets (pairs) of limbs in the included limb envelope inside the main case. The only drawback is that the zipper opens on 2 of the 4 sides (not 3, as one would expect). However, per the design, it's done this way so that the bottom of the backpack (where the feet are) remains durable & intact. Perhaps this could be improved upon in a future design, but besides that very minor gripe, I really love this backpack. Hold 12 arrows in the tube quite well, but I wouldn't try to squeeze many more in.

    Very comfortable too! Good balance when fully loaded.

    This is a roomy back that easily fits my Galaxy ILF takedown (medium limbs). I fit my quiver, sight case, and all my other tools and supplies with ease. The padding is substantial, so I feel that my bow is well protected. Having the arrow tube on the outside is welcome because it does not take up any of your internal storage.

    Great bag, I have to hike a little over a mile into my archery range and this bag holds everything I need with room to spare. It's a big bag, but doesn't feel unnecessarily large or cumbersome. Enough pockets for all my extra little gear like nock thread, extra string, knife, any small tools I might need on the fly. Bag is well made with good strong zippers, stitching seems like it will hold up for a long time. Only complaint is the limb bag, it's a little awkward but works once you figure it out. Came earlier than expected.

    My boyfriend loves this bag. He takes it to the range with him every week. He said that he really enjoys the extra storage, padding to protect his riser and limbs, adjustable arrow tube, and backpack straps.

    I bought this for my son, and it is great! Very well-made and holds all his gear, and then some! Love the adjustable arrow tube, too. He has longer arrows, and this expanded to accommodate them perfectly.

    Adjustable tube, dual pouches inside, lots of room.. GREAT bag for 2 people or one person having 2 setups.

    Llegó en tiempo y bien protegido, esperé para ver como se desempeñaba después del uso, hasta ahora no tengo ninguna queja, a dos meses de la compra a funcionado muy bien, de hecho a ahora quisiera una adicional para otro equipo.

    Great bag for the price. Well made and sturdy bag with plenty of accessory space.