I have always been a fan of the two-piece Fuse quivers; mainly because of their association with Hoyt. However, it appears that they have dropped the two piece quivers from their line. I prefer a two piece quiver as they tend to be a little tighter to your bow, resulting in less torque on the bow. This even more important today as bows become lighter and lighter.
I started looking for a possible replacement in case I ever need to replace my Fuse quiver. In my search, I found what I think could be a good option made by Archer Xtreme, the Vapor Hyperlite. They are really pricey, but their lightweight construction coupled with a two-piece design would limit any torque effect.
I have often wondered what it would be like to be a sponsored hunter. Getting free gear and hunts paid for would be nice. However, what I like more using gear I really believe is the best out there for me, and I don’t mind promoting those brands that have made great products available to me. That why this project came to be.
The first step is covering the area that the logo will be placed with a layer of painters tape. The next step is printing out decals or sketching my own design on a piece of paper securing it over the taped off area. Here is my own mule deer horn logo.
The next step is cutting out the design with a utility knife and removing the painters tape in the areas to be painted.
After a little spray paint, here is how it ended up. I still need to add a few including an Adventurous Bow Hunter logo.