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Deluxe T-Form Padded Case TenPoint Wicked Ridge ACUrope w/ Case TenPoint Deluxe Soft Crossbow Case in Mossy Oak
- Approximately: 39" W x 45" L
- Case Color: Camo
- Draws the bow accurately every time
- Lightweight
- Color: Black
- Works on most crossbow brands on the market
- Color: Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity
- Compatible with: All TenPoint crossbows, including recurves
Barnett Crossbow Case Carrying Bag TenPoint Wicked Ridge Soft Crossbow Case Black/ Camo Parker Red Hot Crossbow Case
Barnett Crossbow Case
Our Price: $49.99
Sale Price: $44.99
- Crolor: Camo
- Sturdy side panels
- Additional zippered storage
- Color: Black/Camo
- Compatible with: Wicked Ridge crossbow
- Case: 40 x31
- Pouch: 23x7x 4
Darton High Quality Padded Black Case Includeds Shoulder Strap Plano® Protector Deluxe Single Bow Case Plano® Protector™ Compact Bow Case
Plano Protector Deluxe Single Bow Case
Our Price: $84.99
Over-size shipping charge: $21.95
Plano Protector Compact Bow Case
Our Price: $44.99
Over-size shipping charge: $22.95
- Foam padding
- Heavy duty zippers
- Accessory pocket
- Bouble seam construction
- Dimensions: 43" x 22-1/2" x 9"
- Lockable
- Separate area for arrow storage
- ProLatch storage box
- Dimensions: 43-1/4"L x 19"W x 6-3/4"H.
- Exclusive PillarLock System
- High-density foam interior
- Color: Black & Camo
MTM Arrow & Bolt Cases - Compact MTM Ultra Compact Arrow Case Plano® Protector Bow Case
MTM Arrow & Bolt Cases - Compact
Our Price: $28.99
Sale Price: $24.99
Plano Protector Bow Case
Our Price: $44.99
Over-size shipping charge: $22.95
- Size: 36" x 7" x 3"
- Color: Wild Camo, Clear Smoke
- Size: 33" x 5.9" x 3".
- Color: Black or Smoke/Clear
- Dimensions: 49"Lx19-1/2"Wx6-1/2"H
- Color: Black & Camo
Plano® Guard  "AW" All-Weather Bow Case Plano® Ultracompact Arrow Case Carbon Express Deluxe Padded Crossbow Case
Plano Guard "AW" All-Weather Hard Bow Case
Our Price: $129.99
Over-size shipping charge: $22.95
- Dimensions: 48"L x 21"W x 7-1/2"H.
- Rubber gasket seals out dust, rain and snow
- Holds 12 carbon or aluminum arrows
- Made of impact-resistant resin
- Exterior: 36.375"L x 7.5"W x 3.1875"H
- Interior: 35.625"L x 6"W x 2.75"H
- Dimensions: 32" Wx 38" Lx7" D
- In/external accessory pockets
- Large pocket for quiver and bolts
- Durable nylon material

The best way to protect your crossbow is to invest on a good case. Crossbow cases should be part of the shopping list of anyone who is just starting out or even someone who is taking the hobby seriously. The hobby requires you to travel to a remote, rugged location so you need something to protect your crossbow from bumps and falls.

Soft Cases vs Hard Cases

Crossbow cases come in different varieties but most prefer soft cases. They are versatile and they are not made for a specific brand.

Soft cases are stretchable enough to accommodate other accessories and most even have multiple pockets to carry broadheads and cocking devices. They are usually padded to protect everything stored inside but the padding is usually made from light-weight materials. It may be able to protect your bow from scratching but since they are flexible, it cannot prevent your bow from bending or breaking. Soft cases are best for archers who use their bows often. Since they are quite light, you can hand-carry your bow anywhere with you.

Hard cases, on the other hand, can offer maximum protection for your beloved bow. Like soft cases, the insides are also padded with foam or felt-like materials so scratching is also virtually impossible. However, hard cases have hard outer shells and this gives you more protection. These cases wont easily bend and dropping your crossbow will not be a problem since the case will absorb the impact. Storing your bow in a hard case will make sure that your bow is safe from virtually anything. Hard cases are perfect for storing bows for long distance travelling since youll never know what mishaps can happen and you cant always have your bow beside you.

Choosing the Right Crossbow Case

Choosing the right case can be quite easy. In fact, the only technical consideration, if it ever does become an issue, is the make and brand of your bow. Everything else is your personal preference. Also, there are many types of materials to choose from. If you want to get a soft case, make sure you get something made of plastic as they are weather proof and wont easily tear if it gets caught on a tree or any sharp object. In getting a hard case, an aluminum shell is best since it is the lightest. Also, make sure to get a crossbow case with thicker padding. Ensuring the best fit for your crossbow will prevent it from moving inside the case because the impact between your crossbow and the case itself can also damage it.