RedHead Bow Case 1.5

   

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Realtree APG/Brown/Green

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45" x 18.5" x 3.75"
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The RedHead® Bow Case 1.5 holds one bow up to 39" axle to axle. Features include 1 arrow pocket, 2 interior pockets, 3 zip pockets, 3 mesh pockets, 1 solid fabric pocket, 5 security straps, and protective padding all around. Durable 600D fabric with a plush interior. Dimensions: 45" x 18.5" x 3.75". Color: Realtree APG™/Brown/Green. Imported.

  • 1 arrow pocket
  • 2 interior pockets
  • 3 zip pockets
  • 3 mesh pockets
  • 1 solid fabric pocket
  • 5 security straps
  • Protective padding all around
  • Durable 600D fabric
  • Plush interior
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Best soft sided bow case I've been searching for a long time fora now case. I wanted to size of a soft but more protection than most offer. This case gives me all I was looking for and then some. The pockets are great for staying organized and the rigid outer wrap is perfect for protecting your bow. Thanks Bass Pro for this amazing product! July 9, 2014
Well made I bought this soft bow case for my diamond core, I was surprised how strong it is and feels, the straps are ok but only hold the bow in place if u put them under the bow with the Velcro facing up and wrap them over n Velcro the opposite sides so the strap is around your bow. Also I don't have to remove anything of my bow for it to fit, has more than enought pockets for anything you might need....... only thing I wish it came with a shoulder strap like the 2.0 January 11, 2014
Read this first I go to kentuckey every year and needed a case for my bow so i bought this one, works good but you will need to buy the hard case for the arrows as well. Plano makes one that about 30 bucks, also the straps that hold you bow are useless but when the case is zipped up its not going anywhere. So 60 for the case 30 for the arrow case you got 90 dollars in it spend the extra money get a hard case. June 25, 2013
Great Bow Case Purchased one for our granddaughter and she though it was great. Lots of pockets and storage. We thought it was a good case and a good price, so we also ordered another one for our daughter. They both seem to be very happy with their cases. Would purchase it again if the need arose. January 29, 2013
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the arrow pocket is about 39 inches the plano arrow case fit perfect its about 30bucks
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39" long
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Where do u put your broadheads?
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You will have to buy a arrow case plano makes one that holds up to 28 arrows and has a place for the broad heads in it. Fits good in the front of bow case it should of came with one in my opinion.
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My quiver covers the broadheads. I carry spare broadheads in a hard plastic broadhead case and keep that in one of the pockets.
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I use Rage broadheads so probably not as much of an issue. My arrows in the quiver have the broadheads. My other broadheads are kept in a case to protect them from getting dull.

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I leave my arrows with broad heads in the quiver and put the quiver in the arrow section when using the case for hunting
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