Crossbows serve wonderfully well in hunting as well as for archery enthusiasts. The following article lists the 10 best cases for crossbows that you can buy right now. These cases are tested for winning against the rough environment and carry your equipment safely because of the soft padding.
10. Primos Case For Crossbow ($51.67)
Prismos case for bows features a soft bow case with large front pocket for arrows. It is made up of heavy-duty polyester fabric that is weather resistant. This unit has been tested in different rough environments and can fit crossbow with the quiver. It can also use more straps to hold the bow in place. It is soft and has a good number of internal pockets. Durable and has plenty of room for your bow.
“This is my first soft case, so I have no others to compare too. It comes with cam pads that act as a cradle, and It fits my obsession Phoenix. My bow is 32, ” and it appears like a 34″ will fit but will be snug. I have the MTM small arrow case, and that fits in the front pocket well. I did remove my stabs and quiver to fit, but that is personal preference. Front stab had to be removed. Overall, I am pleased with the purchase.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
9. Plano Molding Case For Crossbow ($89.99)
Plano’s hard bow case has pluck foam for pillar placement and comes with an adjustable pillar lock. A good balance between being sturdy and heavy. It holds the bows well and allows the quiver to remain on the bow while in it. A perfect blend of quality and cost!
“My Mathews Z7 fits perfectly with the quiver on. The pillar supports are strong enough to hold me (175 lbs) without collapsing. It’s been bounced around in my truck, and even taken on a few airplane trips. My bow and equipment have been unscathed so far. Very happy with it.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
8. Allen Company Case For Crossbow ($39.98)
This bow case comes with specially designed pockets to hold your accessories. It fits bows up to 35″ (axle-to-axle) and has a padded handle grip and shoulder strap. The case closes with zipper pull tabs for ease of accessibility
“Case is very well built, plenty of pockets for essentials, extra pockets for stuff; arrow pouch holds my 3″ tube carrier 34″ long with ease. Two zippers on large pouches for ease of opening. Carry strap. My infinite edge bow fits with room to spare. Well satisfied with all features, including the price. Well worth it in my opinion.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
7. Plano Case For Crossbow ($39.99)
This is Plano’s protector series ultra-compact bow case with adjustable tie-down straps. It has patented crush-proof pillar lock system and high-density foam for keeping your arrows nice and safe. The exterior dimensions measure 41″ x 15″ x 4.75″. It is nice and sturdy, and two solid closing clasps ensure a secure lock-up for transportation. The only thing you will have to take off your bow to fit in the case is the stabilizer, but that is common anyway.
“This was purchased so my boys could take their bows to archery club at school. The case holds the bow securely and protects it very well – even for boys who are not the most diligent at taking care of things.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
6. Plano Case For Crossbow ($99.99)
This is a thick-walled weatherproof bow case that offers storage for fully loaded in-line or offset quivers. The unit features high-strength pinned hinges, dual stage lock with spring loaded lockable latches, and padlock tabs. The elastomeric arrow storage fits both standard and carbon fiber arrows and comes with a tie-down strap as an added accessory. It is heavy-duty, rugged, and is designed to be crush resistant. It is airline approved and has pads to lay your bows smoothly.
“It’s a bit on the heavy side, but then again that’s a good thing. I would trust my bow in this thing, even shipping for airline travel. A lot of customization options, easy to set up for your bow, and it’s large. I put my Elite Energy 35 inside with ease, only having to remove the stabilizer.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
5. SKB Case For Crossbow ($130.49)
This is SKB’s ultra-compact arrow case designed for accommodating crossbows with the quiver attached. The rigid shell with embossing adds structural support to your case and features an eight-point interlocking system for high-level security. The unit is lined with EPS for destroying the impacts and shocks it receives. Provides a tight and secure protection from debris, dust, and moisture. The case features a comfortable carrying handle and a new state-of-the-art water-jet cut polyethylene foam.
“It holds my new Heli-m in very snug with a 4″ stabilizer and Mathews 5 arrow web quiver attached. Calling it an excellent case is an understatement. I highly recommend it.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
4. Allen Company Case For Crossbow ($45.78)
This crossbow case by Allen Company also fits most of the standard crossbows and can also accommodate a scope. The semi-rigid bow compartment offers extra protection to your bolts as well as your additional accessories. The adjustable bag sling adds to your comfort. It is sturdy, padded, and has two exterior pockets.
“This crossbow case was just what I was looking for; it holds my Barnett 400 quad with the quiver attached. The pocket for the bolts holds the MTM bolt case great, and the accessory pocket is plenty big enough for broadheads your crank and many other items, plus the price on this was almost half what others wanted for the same case!!! Thanks!!” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
3. Barnett Crossbows Case For Crossbow ($44.78)
This is the case designed for crossbows by Barnett Crossbows. It is a soft case that provides protection and ease of access to your hunting accessories. It comes with a padded shoulder sling that is removable and two outer zippered compartments for additional odd-end accessories. The unit can fit all Barnett crossbows with a scope attached and opens via a large zipper on the side.
“I own a Barnett Jackal crossbow with a red dot scope, and this case is perfect. Fits like a glove. The outside compartment holds the quiver that came with the bow correctly and did not flatten the fletchings. In response to a fellow review, yes the case doesn’t have the words Barnett on it, only Cross on the tag. Upon further examination, the product label does state that the brand Cross belongs to Barnett, so there you have it. The other compartment is great storage for the string pull and broadheads, and any necessary tools, etc.I would highly recommend this case as a very well made product. Looks great and I will use it for many years to come.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
2. Plano Case For Crossbow ($99.89)
This is Plano’s crossbow case featuring poly tie-down straps. The unit has in-house high-density foam to keep your bows nice and safe. The adjustable tall-stock allows to expand or contract the case over 11 inches. This unit by Plano is designed to fit most of the crossbows and leaves room for other odd-ends too. It also has an integrated heavy-duty shoulder strap.
“Purchased this for a Parker Challenger. Not only is the case a perfect fit, easy to adjust in length, and kid proof when locked, it is easy to accessorize internally. I added a Plano case for string supplies and a broadhead box. The case snugly holds the bow with the speed quiver still attached. It’s heavy, though, do not plan on throwing a strap on this thing and carrying it while hunting. This is strictly for storage, safety, and insulating your crossbow from the elements.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
1. MTM Case For Crossbow ($15.79)
This is a crossbow case by MTM that can hold up to 16 crossbows secure and safe. This case has an internal padding of notched foam that keeps bolts safe. The snap lock design with dual padlocks provides utmost security while traveling. The unit is made up of rugged polypropylene using a sturdy hinge. It can hold bolts that are 24″ x 5.9″ x 3″. The snaps on the box are of decent quality and do not open without effort. You do not have to worry about the loosening snap.
“I can fit 16 20″ bolts with broadheads (or not!) without a problem. This makes it easy to have both hunting and target bolts ready at a moment’s notice. It fits easily into my tub-o’-stuff and protects the bolts, so I don’t have to worry about them. Great piece of gear.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
Which one of these are you getting? Comment below.