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- Not a bad soft case Review by MikeD
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One of the greatest challenges with bows and case is the bows are Measured by center of cam to center of cam and the bags are measured by the inside width. Be sure to measure the full length of your bow before purchasing a Case.
This review of the Aurora Top Elite Compound Bow Case is about 30 days after purchase. I can easily fit my two 40.5" & 43.5" bows (total length) in the case. I chose a soft case because of, one a recommendation and two it provides plenty of protection from the house to the car and from the car to the range. I don't need to have the hard case causing damage to other objects in its path. This case has plenty of room for my two bows and the extra items (sight, scope, quiver, stabilizers etc. Con: Because the case's material is very durable and it is pretty water resistant, the zippers are a little challenging to close. At times the covers for the zippers get in the way of closing and opening the zippers. So the combination of the zipper covers and the shape of the case cause it to be a little awkward. To combat this I usually do not unzip the bag all the way and leave it unzipped to where it does not freely open while standing on its own. Over all the case is OK, lessons learned going forward.
The biggest challenge with archery equipment is you have to buy it to test it and by that time it is too late. One feature I was not sure if I need was wheels, which could be a handy feature with two bows and all the associated equipment.
(Posted on 2/3/14)