• Great Northern Professional Adjustable Kickback Quiver

    $96.95

    Professional Adjustable Kickback Quiver

    THIS QUIVER MOUNTS DIFFERENT THAN ANY OTHER QUIVER WE BUILD. THE BOTTOM MOUNTING PAD IS ROTATED 180 DEGREES AND MOUNTS ON THE BELLY OF THE BOW. IF YOU PREFER OUT TRADITIONAL MOUNT AND WANT A KICKBACK PLEASE LOOK AT THE ADJUSTABLE KICKBACK EXTREME.


    The Great Northern Professional Kickback Strap-On Adjustable Quiver will fit most longbows and recurves. The quiver is adjustable in length (from 10" to 17" between mounting pads) and angle of attachment, to securely fit your bow and still can be easily readjusted to fit other bows. We have "kicked back" the gripper to keep your arrows more in line with the bow and to prevent them from sticking out too far in front of your bow. Quiver weighs approximately 8 oz. and holds up to 5 arrows. The long lasting Neoprene straps facilitate easy installation or removal without taking your arrows out of the quiver, and - without unstringing your bow. 

    Weighs just about 8 oz. and securely holds up to 5 arrows. The special long lasting - non-marring neoprene straps lock the quiver in place and will not allow any slipping or sliding of the quiver on your bow. 

    • Gripper is "kicked back" to keep your arrows in line with the lower limb of your bow. 

    • Easy On - Easy Off Neoprene Strap Attachment System 

    • Adjusts from 10" to 17" at the attachment points 

    • Five Arrow Capacity 

    • Grippers for Wood or Carbon Arrows Available 

    • Replacement Straps, Hood Foam, & Grippers Available 

    • Wires Carry a Lifetime Guarantee 

    Note: The attachment points on the adjustable model can be as close as 10" and as far apart as 17". Compare that to your bow to see if this is the model you need.

    Note: All Great Northern Quivers ordered from our on-line store will have the Great Northern Logo on the hood.


    Note: The standard hood fits most broadheads. The Long hoods are 3/4" longer for longer broadheads like the Woodsman, the Grizzly, the Tuffhead, and the Ashby.