Alpine Bear Claw 5-Arrow Quivers
Best Quiver for the money
It holds the arrows tight. If you do not want to break the bank I do not see why you would not buy this item. It fits my bow and it is easy to take on and off.
July 24, 2012
Good Example of a Bad Quiver
This quiver is no where close to a five star product.
Buyers be extremely aware, when you test this at the stores on and off a bow, it will probably impress you as it did me. For every single bowhunter that hunts in colder temoeratures, the Bear Claw will not perform.
Why? Once the mercury gets near and below freezing, the rubber hardens making it very difficult to unlatch it off of your bow. Forget about being slow and quiet. I tried many different ways to get it to come off easily, whether I had it to tight or there was rust but no, everything checked out parts wise. This quiver simply does not perform in cold weather.
I also had to constantly check my arrows to make sure they didn't fall out as they weren't held tight.
Save yourself a headache and buy a different quiver.
God bless and good hunting!
July 30, 2008
good product for the price.
This quiver is a real good deal. Works great for fixed blade broad heads or field point. How ever it does not work so well with mechanical broad heads. The holes in the foam should be bigger so that the mechanical broad heads would side in side with out deploying the broad head.
October 11, 2013
Works well for cost. Had to design mu own mount since I had an older Bear bow, but it holds even slim arrows.
November 4, 2014