Alpine Archery Soft-Loc Five-Arrow Quiver

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Alpine Archery Soft-Loc Five-Arrow Quiver -
Designed for mechanical or traditional broadheads with shaft sizes from 249ACC to 2413, this versatile five-arrow quiver accommodates all variations of arrows. Soft-Loc rail grippers attach to a machined-aluminum bracket, which is permanently mounted to the bow. Two guide rails separate the hood, and the arrow gripper presses snugly anywhere along the length of the rails to give you infinite vertical adjustment of the quiver. An extra arrow gripper friction-mounts to the hood end to support mechanical broadheads. The Soft-Loc is reversible for right- or left-hand use and rotates up to 15°. The rubber-mounted rail grippers make great vibration dampeners. Holds five arrows.
Camo patterns:Realtree APG™, Mossy Oak® Break-Up®, Mossy Oak® Treestand®, Realtree Hardwoods®.
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Alpine Archery Soft-Loc Five-Arrow Quiver Reviews:


Not flashy, but does what you want it to.

There are more attractive quivers out there, that connect to your bow in more fanciful ways, but the question is....WHY? The Alpine Soft-Loc quiver is extremely quiet, very stable on your bow, has good weight, and allows you to remove an arrow with one hand (unlike other popular brands I have tried). It also allows you to adjust the length when locking it on very easily. No tools needed, just pick the right height and snap it on. I scrutinize my equipment heavily. If you see any of my other reviews you will know that. I write a lot, because these reviews have helped me in making numerous purchases. However, here there is not much to say. There are no cons in my book. The pros? It does what you want using a simple fail proof design. It is not in the least bit flimsy, therefore itt will last, and is not money you are likely to regret spending. Happy Shopping.
pinwheel340 at Cabelas on 01/17/2011

Would Buy Again If I need too, but I don't.

I've had this on my Darton Avalanche for going on 10 years and it still fantastic. It's light and simple. Form has not failed to hold the broad heads, nor has it crumbled at all. I love the rubber release/mount. It is quite and easy to remove the quiver once I'm up in my stand and I put a little hook to hold it out of my way where I can still pull another arrow from if I need to. Goes back on just as easy quite. Shooting on the bow, it absorbs any vibration so it doesn't rattle. No lock screws to tighten and make noise. This is simply a great design and will last for years of hunting seasons provided they are making it the same way today they were in 2004.
TomeHunter at Cabelas on 09/21/2013

Way better than expected

Quiet, easy, stable, and durable.
Those are the words I would use to define this quiver.
I am comparing it to the last few I have had. Head and shoulders above all others I have used.
Petedog at Cabelas on 10/29/2013

Quick and Simple

Very easy to put on and take off. Quiet and efficient. No complaints. No way I'd spend more money on something that doesn't do any more than this does.
HuntAndFish123 at Cabelas on 10/29/2012