Vista Maverick II Back Quiver 24in camo
Vista Maverick II traditional back quiver looks the goods and suits all needs with its big arrow pocket and front pouch to store all your gear, not to mention the synthetic fur that looks like real fur
Vista Maverick II Back Quiver 24in camoPrice: $142.94
$129.95 excl. GST**
** Your price if you do not reside in Australia
Vista Maverick II Back Quiver 24in camo Description
The Vista Maverick II traditional back quiver takes care of all your gear when you are out in the field or in the mulga.
Maverick is 61cm or 24" long with a 20cm x 10cm or 8" x 4" top loading arrow cavity. It is long on features - a whisper-quiet shell, adjustable waist webbing belt and adjustable synthetic fur padded webbing shoulder strap. Not to forget its 38cm x 15cm x 5cm or 15" x 6" x 2" large zippered accessory pocket with a take-down recurve slot to securely stow your recurve handle and limbs.
Maverick II is made of heavy duty material with a quiet and durable polyester shell that is washable. It is reversible for either RH or LH shooters and comes in Mossy Oak Break Up camo.
The broadhead resistant synthetic fur looks like the real McCoy.
Normally you would expect to pay a whole lot more for the extras that come standard with the Maverick II quiver. It is exceptional value.
We have also received some very good feedback from our customers on the Maverick II.
- 61cm or 24" long - will hold 2 dozen or more arrows easily
- 20cm x 10cm or 8" x 4" wide top loading arrow opening
- 38cm x 15cm x 5cm or 15" x 6" x 2" large accessory pocket with zipper closure
- The quiver bottom is layered with 2" of tough material to give extra broadhead protection
- Take-down recurve slot
- Whisper quiet shell
- Padded shoulder strap
- Adjustable waist belt
- Heavy duty synthetic fur
- Real value for money
- Suits both right hand or left hand shooters
If you want a top quality hunting back quiver, Maverick II is the one. Another quality product from Vista - involved in the archery industry since 1928.
Maverick is a term usually referring to cattle or other animals not carrying any branding. In the period of the United States open range, such animals were relatively common. Many cows would give birth in wild or semi-wild conditions, not be located in an annual round-up and the resulting calf could thus grow to maturity without having been captured and branded for ownership. The term derived from Samuel Maverick, who among his other claims to fame, was notorious for not branding his cattle. Other US terms for unbranded cattle include slick, hairy dick and in Spanish-speaking areas of the US south west, orejano.