The Tab so nice, I bought one, TWICE! Shut up and give them your money!
Long story short. Quickly and easily become the best finger label I have! Beautiful leather and craftsmanship. Comfortable and minimal break-in. Buy, don't look back. You won't be disappointed! Update: a few months later, after about 200k arrows (100-200 arrows per day), this tag is still my favorite! Look at these photos, it hasn't even begun to show wear and tear. Although I think I'll use this in the next few years, I bought another one in case hell freezes or I lose it. The only breakthrough, care or treatment I've ever done on it, except for a few small initial pruning fits, is to spray some Ballistol from time to time, of course, to shoot a butt of arrows! However, I did quickly replace the rope on the ring with an elastic shock wire to better feel and hold it on my fingers. It comes with a rope canvas bag and leather key chain is also very classic, really good touch. It's all about quality. As for its impact on photography, I suggest you take a look at the photos. I only filmed instinctive archery for a few months, which is why I went to buy labels in the first place. In the past two days, I have photographed two Robin Hood with this label. I started shooting from 20yrds and used old-fashioned recursion for more than 50 years. Now I'm not saying this label will make you shoot so well, but it will never stop you from becoming great! I repeat; shut up and give them your money!