First Look: Easton BowTruk Roller Bow Case

posted on June 3, 2020
Easton BowTruk Roller Bow Case bottom on white
Easton, a longtime player in the archery industry, has released the BowTruk Roller Bow Case. Designed from the ground up with archers in mind, the case boasts two full-size fleece bow compartments, for compound bows up to 47-inches in length. For accessories, eight interior and exterior pockets offer dedicated storage for stabilizers, arrows and the like. For protection, the BowTruk has a hybrid hard/soft shell offering protection from all angles, allowing for safe transport whether in a truck bed, or in the luggage compartment of an airplane. Triple field-replaceable roller-bearing wheels, meanwhile, make transport easy, and a double-seatbelt system anchors bows and internal pockets down for the ride.

The BowTruk is constructed with a Cordura 1680D Type 6, 6 Ballistic Nylon outer shell, a material originally developed for military body armor. This provides higher abrasion and tear resistance than standard ballistic nylon and polyester. A padded carry handle and shoulder strap round out this convenient Easton carrying case. For more information, please visit eastonarchery.comMSRP: $419.99


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