Secure adjustable strap allows you to find the right fit. Delivers the sensitivity you want for the most accurate shot. Durable design. Looks great on the arm.
Priced a little higher than others. Takes a bit of time to adjust the fit.
Low price. Thin strip over the mesh fabric provides extra protection. Uses two straps to adjust the fit quickly; the straps are soft and will not dig into the arm and cause discomfort that can affect accuracy.
Not made for adult archers. Doesn't have the durability of some others.
Available in two lengths. Three adjustable straps ensure the proper fit. Durable leather material gives excellent performance over time.
Durability in the adjustable straps isn't quite as good as the rest of the guard.
Multiple vents are built into the fabric, encouraging airflow and keeping your arm cool. Adjustable straps give you the fit you want. Lightweight materials add to the level of comfort.
Plastic buckles on the adjustable straps may pinch the skin.
Three adjustable straps help create the level of tightness you want. Camouflage pattern looks great. Multiple holes deliver airflow to the forearm without sacrificing protection.
Uses plastic buckles, which can be uncomfortable. Price is a little high.
An archery arm guard is made to protect the archer’s forearm from contact with the bowstring. As the archer releases the arrow, the bowstring snaps toward the target. It will come into contact with the skin on the forearm as it does this. This contact can create pain almost through a skin burn. The design of a basic arm guard has existed almost as long as the bow and arrow. Materials like leather make these guards comfortable and durable. The majority of arm guards have straps you can adjust to create the proper fit. Ventilation holes allow airflow to the forearm for extra comfort.
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