I purchased your Bow Spider awhile back and got a chance to mount it on my pack this year for a hunt in Idaho. I put this system to the test on this hunt and it worked great in all situations. I hiked many miles of trails, timber, brush and an occasional cliffy area which allowed me to use both hands to climb and hang on. The other guys always had their bow in one hand or the other. It worked well in all those situations and is easy and quick to remove if needed. I also spent many miles riding on single track trails on my dirt bike and I was very pleased how well it rode and handled some very extreme trail riding. I would recommend the Bow Spider to all archery hunters.
I have been bow hunting 35 years I have seen lots of innovative ideas come and go. This year I started hunting with the Bow Spider and I do not know how I lived without it! I have several now for my pack, my truck and in my tree stand. In my truck my bow is secured and safe on even the roughest roads. On my pack I can be hands free to climb and move. But in all situations my bow is always quickly and conveniently available for access. After 30 years and over 100 archery kills Bow Spider is one of the most innovative advances for the hardcore Bow hunter.
I bought the Complete Bow Spider Kit at Total
Archery Challenge (TAC) in Pennsylvania knowing that I wanted a fast light weight system for my back pack hunt in Colorado later in the year. I used the Bow Spider the entire 3D course at Pennsylvania and again at TAC in Park City Utah. I can testify if I had to keep my bow in hand, I would have been beyond exhausted on my Elk hunt in Colorado. Two times we had gotten off trail chasing elk and I know in my heart that having two hands free to navigate the steep slippery hills that Bow Spider kept my bow safe so that I could safely navigate the terrain. If I didn’t have the Bow Spider, I would have had to throw my Hoyt to grab a rock to keep from falling. Multiple times I needed two hands to scale the terrain that I wasn’t accustom to and on the long hikes I was able to grab a drink from the camel back or read On-X without having to fumble for a spare hand. I have run the system on my Kuiu pack, on the headrest of my truck (no bulky bow case) and now on my saddle belt, no need for a hoist rope. I can’t say enough good about Bow Spider.