Great New Bow Gear—Part 14

Check out the latest and greatest bowhunting gear as seen in the aisles of the 2012 ATA Trade Show.
Great New Bow Gear—Part 14

Hunter Safety System’s David Langston, right, explains the many features of the new HSS

Hybrid safety vest that offers a sleek, lightweight design yet also incorporates pockets favored by

many bowhunters.

Scent-Lok Founder Greg Sesselman took time from showing off the company’s latest Carbon

Alloy apparel technology to accept a 2012 Bowhunting World Readers’ Choice award for scent-

adsorbing clothing—flanked by Mark Melotik (right) and Lee Hetherington (far left) of Archery

Business, and Scent-Lok’s Mike Andrews (in white).

See Page 2 for more images.

Todd Vaaler (right) of Gateway Feathers accepted a 2012 Bowhunting World Readers’ Choice

award for feather fletching—and told us about Gateway’s neat new ability to print various patterns

on feathers (even the names of pro shops looking to advertise their brand!)

As I detailed in the Archery Business November/December 2011 issue cover story, the new

Deep Six arrows and broadheads from the respected team of Easton & NAP combine ultra-slim

diameters with custom, ultra-precise components—to deliver exciting advancements in arrow

penetration and downrange accuracy.;

Lakewood Products has introduced a neat new line of Mathews Lost Camo bow cases including

the new “drop-in” Bowfile and “Quiver-On-Bow” cases that allow ultimate protection and easy

access to your bow.


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