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The Soft Loc Quiver; Bowhunting's Most Dynamic Quiver

by Bow Staff 11. November 2010 02:35
Bow Staff

Since the introduction of the Soft Loc Quiver System it has only gained in popularity. The Soft Loc quickly became known as the quietest, mid-priced quiver available. When mounted on a bow, this quiver actually reduces felt vibrations therefore acting as a great, and very practical vibration dampener. The many awards for quality and innovation have posted this system to be quoted as “The best quiver system on the market”! 

 

As with any good hunting dog, bloodline means everything. The patented Soft Loc Quiver is no different. The inception of the 5 Arrow Soft Loc made a big hit in 2001 and since has evolved into the introduction of a three arrow and seven arrow version. The beauty of the “system” is the extreme versatility of the quiver itself due to the unique rubber mount and dual guide rails. Attach or detach the quiver quickly and quietly. Vertical adjustment, vibration dampening, and hip holster adapter are all features that a great quiver must have. All are present in the Soft Loc family.

Alpine has re-designed the mounting assembly for the Soft Loc Quivers.  The new mount will hold the quiver more securely in place and is slightly longer to help stabilize the mounting platform.  If you are looking for a quiver that is unequalled in quality, innovation, dampening, and price, look no further. 

 Interested in purchasing a Soft Loc Quiver?  Follow this link to buy yours right here from bowhunting.com!

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