- Bow Quivers
- Body Quivers
A classic brown hip quiver that screams tradition. When too much is never enough, the largest hip quiver in the range will deliver.
The large capacity lends itself to many situations. Whether it be an action packed small game hunt or a grueling multi-day backpack adventure.
Like the contour lines on a map follow the curves of a mountain. The curved shape of our contour hip quiver will follow your curves too.
If you prefer to carry your arrows on your body, leaving your bow bare and uncluttered. The contour hip quiver is a great choice.
Designed to carry your arrows close to your body. In either a more traditional 45 degree angle or a vertical, position with your fletches close behind your back. It matches the profile of your leg, reducing the sway associated with traditional hip quivers.
The adjustable belt clip with push button release and classic hourglass shape. Increase functionality and mounting options. While our dual mounting shock cord thigh/leg strap helps keep the quiver secure in either mounting position.
Mounted on your thigh or lower leg. Our 6 arrow hip quiver is the best alternative to a bow mounted quiver.
On a hunt or at the range. Our Premium leather hip quivers will keep your arrows safe and secure. So you can concentrate on hitting the target.
If you like a clean barebow and your arrows close by your side. Here are some of the features that you will enjoy when you buy a contour hip quiver.
Thigh or leg strap must be used to secure hip quiver.
Length from top of belt clip down to leg strap in vertical position. 450mm / 17.71"
Left or right side mounting must be chosen in the options section above.
Beautiful, well-crafted product! The only reason for the 4 stars instead of 5 is primarily the weight due to the use of metal for the brace. I pack into the backcountry in the U.S. Rocky Mountains and am very conscientious of weight. I also like to easily switch from a body quiver configuration to a bow-mounted configuration depending on conditions. Accordingly, 2 changes I would make: 1) use a carbon fiber brace instead of metal (look at Kuiu’s ultra-light pack frames for an example); 2) make it easily detachable from the hip mount with ability to then quick mount to bow.
I'm very pleased with the quality and would recommend the quiver unconditionally.