MTM® CASE-GARD™ Presents the Traveler Bow Case

MTM Case-Gard, the first name in innovative storage solutions for shooting and hunting enthusiasts, understands the challenge and anxiety of transporting expensive and sensitive bowhunting gear on extended road trips or when travelling by air. Fortunately, those concerns are eliminated thanks to the all-new Traveler Bow Case.

Sized to accept conventional bows up to 44 inches in length, the Traveler Bow Case is made of rugged polypropylene, with fortified wall construction, this case will protect your bow and arrows in the back of a truck, strapped to an ATV, or as checked luggage while flying to your next hunt. Further protection comes courtesy of high-quality foam padding and adjustable hook-and-loop strapping that keeps your gear securely cinched in place. What’s more, the Traveler Bow Case is engineered to accept most bows with the quiver attached.  There are also three different mounting points incorporated on the inside lid of the case for your quiver to be mounted during transport as well as additional straps for securing should the quiver need to be stowed separately.

To ensure arrows can be transported safely, the Traveler Bow Case comes with MTM’s Traveler Arrow Case, which is designed to hold up to six broadhead-tipped arrows and three practice arrows suspended in protective notched foam padding.

The Traveler Bow Case meets TSA approval for airline transport when used with TSA-approved locks (not included). The two locking tabs are positioned alongside the front no-break snap latches so you can be assured that your valuable contents remain secure. Additional features include comfortable handles and recessed wheels to facilitate ground transport.

Offered in black with a red center handle and red latches, the Traveler Bow Case has an exterior dimension of 47.08 x 19.33 x 8.44 inches.

To learn more about this and other innovative hunting and shooting equipment solutions, visit MTMCase-Gard.com

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