The Primos® Bow Case with Arrow Pocket safely stores your bow with the stabilizer and quiver still attached and is completely padded inside to protect your bow, with 2 interior pockets for accessories and a special pocket to hold an arrow case. Constructed of sturdy 600 denier cross-dye fabric with a waterproof coating. Full-length zipper. Case dimensions: 42'' x 18'' x 6''. Arrow pocket dimensions: 41'' x 7'' x 3''. Color: Mossy Oak® Break-Up®. Imported.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Coonhound Primos Bow Case
sturdy built and very large, it easily fits my bow with attached quiver full of arrows, this is why I purchased this product. It has plenty of pouches to hold accessories. If I had one complaint it would be that the zipper doesn't go all the way to the corners making it a little combersome to insert the bow. This is still the most versatile case I've found and I'm very pleased with the product.
April 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Girlbyker TERRIFIC Bow Case
For several years I've been looking at this case and finally bought it for myself for Christmas. It's roomy and fits my quiver in nicely without squashing anything. I really like the pockets on the inside of the case to put my little things that can get lost, like my broadhead wrench, wax, etc.
The padding inside on the bottom adjusts to your bow length, so you can adjust it to another bow if you needed to. Velcro on the bottom outside the case keeps it standing just where I want it to in my car. I'm just sorry I didn't buy this sooner.
February 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by GUDG Solid Purchase
This bow bag has proved to be very durable and an excellent design. I love all the room it has plus I don't have to remove my stabilizer. Very good buy for the money.
February 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by duke7 good case
i really like this case. but this case is not for rough transportation (dont let it get crushed). the sides dont hold up good. but for strapping it to the 4 wheeler it is perfect.
January 18, 2011
Transported on an airplane..No Transported on a bus,.. No
Transported in the back of a truck that you pack yourself....Yes. Unless you drop a spare tire on it,,then No :) So it will not protect the bow against any real rough or careless handling. But minor bumps it would be ok. Better than nothing.
Not if you were to use it on a trip where it would be shipped thru an airline. Under normal use where I have control of how it's packed and where it's placed in a vehicle, I have full confidance in this cases ability to protect my bow.