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7 Must-See Bow Accessories for 2019

7 Must-See Bow Accessories for 2019
Pelican Air 1745 Elite Bow Case (Jeff Phillips photo)

A cake without icing is no cake at all. In the same way, that logic holds true for bows and crossbows. They’re special by themselves, but when you accompany them with an array of accessories, you get a masterpiece.

Here are just a few of the new accessories from the 2019 ATA Show that are dying to get on your bow or crossbow.

Apex Gear Reactor XL Quiver

Apex Gear Reactor XL Quiver

With modern bows being so small, compact and sleek, Apex Gear engineered a quiver to match their profiles, while still providing a great balancing factor. The Reactor XL Quiver from Apex Gear does that while being one of the strongest, lightest and most versatile options ever developed. Because the mounting arm of the quiver is farther back and closer to the cams, the Reactor provides archers with optimal balance and stability. At 11 ounces, the Reactor won’t weigh you down and holds five arrows. APEX covered the quiver with Tru-Touch soft-feel coating to dampen noise and vibration.

Bohning Zen Vanes

Bohning Zen Vanes

Bohning is releasing the new Zen Vanes for 2019, and the debut will be a big draw to the indoor shooters. Zen Vanes have a height of .37-inch that solves the clearance issues on the large diameter arrows that indoor shooters use, while maintaining a long 4-inch length that can still provide optimal steerage. The Zen Vane is designed to remove all the guess work from your shooting and all the frustration out of fletching. Made with Blazer material, the vanes are durable and can withstand the abuse that any archer could provide.


Bowjax Revelations Split Limb Crossbow Kit

Bowjax Revelations Split Limb Crossbow Kit

Pelican Air 1745 Elite Bow Case

Pelican Air 1745 Elite Bow Case

Known for their durable gun and rifle cases, Pelican is introducing the Pelican AIR 1745 Elite Bow Case for the rugged conditions you face while hunting. The AIR 1745 Elite Bow Case was designed to be the only bow case you would have to buy the rest of your life. The case is up to 40 percent lighter than the competition and with six heavy-duty push latches, two TSA approved combo locks and four stainless steel padlock hasps, you won’t have to worry about your bow and accessories while traveling. Internal tie-downs and smart organizational design allow you to store and transport a multitude of bows, arrows and gear in the lightest case package available. Inside the hard case is a lighter removable case that makes for easier transportation.


For a complete list of all seven must-see bow accessories for 2019, please visit the Bowhunter website by clicking here.

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