Team Realtree E-Z Hangers
works just as it should. keeps bow at hands reach at all times
November 17, 2014
Team Realtree E-Z Hangers are the best for your money. I have a 13" that I use for my backpack and other accessories and the 23" that I use for my bow. They can be tough to get started in hardwood trees, but they are worth it once you get it into the tree.
I also bought the Big Game 3 pack (23") for the price, but quickly realized these are very poor quality hangers. I broke 2 out of 3 hangers within two weeks trying to unscrew it from the tree. The screw broke off inside the tree. I would NOT recommend buying the Big Game brand.
November 29, 2009
I bought one of these at the begining of the 2010 archery season. I screwed it into a pine first and it is VERY hard to screw in. Ive sat in pines, oaks, and sweet gums and it is hard to screw in all of them. I do like it, but now that ive had it I have to re-tighten all of the bolts and it is still loose and moves around alot. I suggest you get a treestep and get high enough into your tree that you can screw the treestep into a limb beside you so you can still have your bow next to you without spending/wasting money on this.
March 26, 2010
This is the best bow hanger I have ever used. The 23" version works best for me, it holds the bow far enough away from the tree to easily grab yet not be in the way. It holds the bow sturdy and is EZ to screw into the tree. I bought a cheaper multi-pack brand and two of them broke the first time I used them, do you really want a big investment like your bow hanging 20' in the air on the cheapest hanger you can find? Even though it is imported it is a good quality, I just wish they were built in the U.S.A.
January 10, 2011