RedHead Bow Case 2.0
I wanted a bowcase that wasn't going to cost $200, that had multiple pockets and was large enough to hold extras. It's decent and does what I need it to do for me.
The only reason it is not 5 star is that it is to floppy - would be perfect with a plastic insert between the two sides
November 9, 2014
all but one thing
the case is great, love the design & the amount of pockets for storage is great! esp if I ever want to take my bow and go hunting alongside my husband. although it would've been nice if it came with a few more Velcro straps to hold an extra bow, but that's an easy fix. but even if I don't tag along, the extra space is great for extra clothes, snacks, etc. I love that it comes with a detachable strap. The only complaint I have is, the outer 2 main zippers are cheap, they're grey & plastic, unlike the rest that are black and sturdier. the plastic zipper makes it difficult to open/close the case. if the company had chosen a better quality zipper for the main openings this would be the perfect bag
November 27, 2013
This case is massive will fit 2 bows with ease. I use the second bow storage area for hunting clothes it keeps them out of the weather and closed up. The arrow storage has a ton of room as well I have an Octane quiver plus 14 arrows and could fit more. I do some bow fishing every now and again and this case has more than enough room for my line and reel. I would recommend this case to anybody.
August 5, 2013
Great Soft Case for 2
If you you don't need the hard case protection and you have 2 bows to transport this may be the best case out there. I got mine with 10 tie down traps. But buyer beware, the new models only have 5 tie down straps. You only need 6, which means five is not enough.
There are more pockets than you will ever use, just the way we all like it, more is always better.
March 7, 2013