13 Best Archery Bow Cases

List Updated October 2020

Bestselling Archery Bow Cases in 2020


Plano Protector Compact Bow Case (Black)

Plano Protector Compact Bow Case (Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Includes Plano Protector compact bow case, nameplate order form
  • Compact Design with high density foam
  • Patented pillarlock system
  • Holds parallel limb bows and arrow storage under lid
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Exterior dimension 43.2x 19 x 6.8 and interior dimensions 41.5x 14.75x 6.5

Youth Archery Compound Bow Case, Green

Youth Archery Compound Bow Case, Green
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Single storage solution for bows and accessories.
  • Dense foam padding for protection.
  • Includes two zippered accessory pockets.
  • Black with green trim.
  • Exterior dimensions: 41" x 13".

Plano 1109-00 Protector Series Ultra Compact Bow Case (Black)

Plano 1109-00 Protector Series Ultra Compact Bow Case (Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Adjustable tie-down straps
  • Patented crush proof PillarLock system
  • Arrow holders
  • Dense foam padding
  • 41" X 15" X 4.75" Exterior dimensions

Allen Compound Bow Case, 35" Gear Fit Pro - Fits Compund Bows up to 35" Axle to Axle

Allen Compound Bow Case, 35
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Plano 10-10630 Bow Guard SE 44 Bow Case

Plano 10-10630 Bow Guard SE 44 Bow Case
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Secure holding straps prevent shifting while transporting
  • Fully loaded quiver storage for in-line or offset quivers (the mounting bracket required not included, contact quiver manufacturer for bracket)
  • Angle locking foam arrow retainers hold twelve arrows
  • High-density foam interior
  • Padlock tabs for added security and airline travel

.30-06 46" Promo Bow Case Black

.30-06 46
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Dimensions 46"x2"x16.5"
  • Arrow pocket 34"
  • Padded and lightweight
  • Double-stitched, reinforced seams
  • Heavy duty zippers and woven handles

Plano Parallel Limb Hard Bow Case

Plano Parallel Limb Hard Bow Case
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Pluck foam for pillar placement
  • Adjustable PillarLock system
  • Black with yellow accent and handle

Compound Bow Case, Black Gear Fit X Fits Compound Bows up to 35" Axle to Axle

Compound Bow Case, Black Gear Fit X Fits Compound Bows up to 35
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Designed to hold all your gear in 10 total accessory pockets
  • Removable padded shoulder strap and durable carry handle
  • Interior tie-down straps secure bow into place
  • Soft interior lining to protect your bow
  • Fits bows up to 38 inches axle axle

SKB Hunter Series Bow Case

SKB Hunter Series Bow Case
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • The 2SKB-4117 Hunter Series Bow Case is designed to accommodate most of the best selling bows on the market with the quiver attached
  • Rigid shaped ABS shell with stylish embossing that actually adds structural support to the lid with an eight point interlocking stacking system
  • Provides a tight and secure fit to prevent dirt, dust and moisture from the interior of the case with lockable draw-bolt metal latches
  • Plush lined EPS inserts for maximum impact resistance and new state of the art water-jet cut polyethylene foam arrow system
  • Internal Dimensions are 39 x 15 x 6-Inch, weighs 11 poundsand a comfortable carrying handle

Allen Company Force Compound Bow Case

Allen Company Force Compound Bow Case
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Accommodates bows up to 35" axle to axle
  • Dense foam padding for protection
  • Rugged Endura fabric for added durability
  • Snag-resistant lining
  • Exterior dimensions: 39" x 17.5"

Plano 108115 AW Bow Case Black

Plano 108115 AW Bow Case Black
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Lockable, thick-walled weatherproof bow case offers storage of fully loaded in-line or offset quivers
  • Dual stage, spring loaded lockable latches with padlock tabs; high strength pinned hinges
  • Crush-resistant, airline approved PillarLock system; continuous Dri-Loc seal for weather proof protection
  • Elastomeric arrow storage fits both standard and carbon fiber arrows
  • Additional accessory tie-down strap included; lifetime warranty against defects

Mossy Oak Compound Bow Case

Mossy Oak Compound Bow Case
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • One Size Fits MostProtects bow while storing and transportingMossy Oak Break Up with black trimDurable Materials hold up to the toughest conditions.

Southland Archery Supply SAS Recurve Takedown Bow Case (Black)

Southland Archery Supply SAS Recurve Takedown Bow Case (Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Fully Padded with Limb and Riser Pockets
  • Front Zipped Pocket
  • Arrow Tube Holder in the Back (Arrow Tube is not included and can be purchased here: B00PZ112ZG)
  • Dimension: 10" x 26.5" x 2"
  • Soft Inner Material for Best Protection from Scratches

Five Tips for Choosing Archery Bow Cases

Archery bow cases are designed to protect your equipment while you're not using it. If you want to buy one of these cases, you will need to consider a few things beforehand. Some of these things include compartments, interior, and type. This article will...

Compartments

You should always consider the compartments when buying archery bow cases. Always buy a design that has compartments inside the case. These compartments are useful for carrying accessories such as strings and arrows. This way, you won't have to carry a separate bag because you can carry everything you need in the archery bow cases.

Interior

One of the next things you need to consider when choosing archery bow cases is the interior. It's best to buy a design that has a padded interior. These archery bow cases will provide more stability while protecting your equipment. A padded interior will also absorb the shock if you ever drop your case.

Type

You will also need to think about the type whenever you choose archery bow cases. They can either be hard or soft. Soft cases are usually made from leather or canvas. You should always buy soft archery bow cases that have thick padding on all sides because the outside of the case will provide little protection. Hard cases are usually made from plastic or metal. You should look to buy hard cases that have straps inside in order to hold the equipment in place.

Portability

One of the next things you need to consider when choosing archery bow cases is their portability. If you need to carry your case a lot, it's best to buy a design that has a handle that you can carry comfortably. You should also look to buy archery bow cases that are small enough to fit easily in your car. It's also best to buy lighter cases if you need to carry them around a lot.

Security

One of the final things you may want to consider when buying archery bow cases is security. Some designs come with a lock so that no one can steal your bow from the case. If security is a concern, then it would be best for you to buy archery bow cases that lock with a key.

These are a few tips for buying archery bow cases. You should always look to buy designs that have interior compartments so that you can hold your strings and arrows. It's also best to choose archery bow cases that have a padded interior. This will help absorb the shock if you ever drop the case.

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