Arrow quivers are, in essence, simply containers, or bags, in which the arrows are stored. In the market there are several designs, such as hip quivers, or side quivers, field quivers, back quivers, saddle quivers, or even quivers already mounted on the bow (bow quiver). In the case of the Olympic recurve, the hip or side quivers are the most frequently used quiver types.

The components always include the belt and the quiver itself. Often you can see recurve archers having extra pouches on the belt, in which they throw an arrow puller, finger sling, or other things that they may want to put away between matches, but will soon need again. For this purpose, there are so-called release pouches in the store, which were intended for compound archers, so that they could put down the release, so to speak. Meanwhile, these bags are widely used in all styles of archery.

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