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8.7 x 3.2 x 0.2 inches
9.9
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Buyer's Reviews 122

I'm glad I bought this. It saved my children's arms from being hit by bowstrings many times. Good quality, suitable for teenagers or small and medium-sized adults. Just make sure you wear it correctly to cover the middle to upper part of your lower arm. Before you broke in, you were a little uncomfortable at first. The price is quite good.

0.6 x 5.2 x 1.4 inches
9.3
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Buyer's Reviews 280

If you are a novice archery, I would recommend the same brand, but a longer guard. I attached a picture of my first bruise! You're going to want one like this, which is a good brand in terms of price and quality. In addition, they have also made a longer version, which I fully intend to buy. Once I find out I put it in the wrong place (you want to put it higher on your arm, near your elbow), don't straighten your arm!

Buyer's Reviews 53

My son shoots arrows and wants some new arms because his bow is stiff and uncomfortable. He is only 10 years old, but the diameters of these guards are adjustable to accommodate his smaller arms. The guards have some flexibility, so they allow unrestricted movement. They are easy to wear and adjust and are well kept in place. They are good quality for money.

Buyer's Reviews 16

The quality is much better than I expected, considering the affordable price. Generally speaking, it is well made and easy to use. Resizing can be a little difficult, especially. When you wear it (this is a common occurrence of archery wrist protectors, of course), but I find this one very difficult to adjust unless I take it off first. There is a good, easy-to-use snapshot system. Lightweight and comfortable to wear while still providing excellent protection from slapping. In any case, I am very satisfied with it and will definitely recommend it!

Buyer's Reviews 110

We cut off the leather of the finger pad. This makes the gloves too hard. Everything else is good. I'm not sure the manufacturer has ever used a bow.

Buyer's Reviews 44

The forearm protector is well bought. It is light and easy to wear. However, it is a bit too short and sometimes allows the bowstring to touch the proximal end of my forearm. On the whole, this is a good value for money.

Buyer's Reviews 28

It fits as well as expected, and it is very comfortable. I like that the straps around the arm guards are very flexible. Strong protection against continuous bow use.

Buyer's Reviews 66

The Archer family. Cool appearance, lightweight, rope will not be taken away. Soft enough, no friction, strong enough to support, not wrinkled by exercise. It's easy to get in and out with one hand. Now we will buy them for the whole family.

3.84 ounces
7.4
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Buyer's Reviews 57

Arms and hands are comfortable! Leather is very soft and very comfortable. The defender side is made of harder leather and protects my arm well. Either I suddenly got better and the rope stopped hitting my forearm, or the leather was thick enough that I couldn't feel the rope hitting my forearm. Either way, I am satisfied with this product. But one thing soon, I don't have a big forearm and the defender is a little tight for me. The elastic band is elastic enough, but if you have a larger forearm, you may want to consider another route-this hand guard may be too tight for you to use comfortably.

6 x 4.5 x 1.5 inches
6.8
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Buyer's Reviews 123

For modern bow and arrow hunting costumes, I rarely need arm guards, and when I need them, I don't want to tie and fasten things to my arms. This sleeve is quickly put on your arm and is very comfortable and practical.

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