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thumbs down From: stephenf
just doesnt seem to practicle .the traditional holders seem to be good


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thumbs up From: Bowinhand
I kind of like the idea. I stick my recurve or longbow limb tip in the top of my boot some times.


thumbs down From: J-town Hunter


thumbs down From: Jerry
You'd have to remove it everytime you shift your feet to look around for fear of your "bow" falling out.


thumbs up From: murph.


thumbs down From: wbb
Would be afraid i'd lose my bow to the ground


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thumbs up From: sheets
GOOD IDEA


thumbs down From: B-TRAN


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thumbs down From: Gator
Changing positions would be a hassle.


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thumbs up From: osiris
Seems pretty smart


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thumbs up From: Dude
I am always setting my bow on top of my boot while sitting on stand. This may work well.


thumbs down From: huntermark


thumbs up From: Gene Randle
Might work..... might not


thumbs down From: [email protected]
Looks like to much hassle when shifting feet around, just go to Home Depot and pick up some S Hooks and screw em in and whala instant bow holder where you need it!


thumbs down From: longdraw
Now I've seen it all.


thumbs down From: Bullseye
Hey....just think....when you fall from your tree stand you will have your bow by your side as you take your last breath....touching.

Is this like the dog chasing it's tail....hey....where did my bow go...I know I put it somewhere.....oh yeah....it's attached to my foot!


thumbs down From: elfking
too much chance of the weight of the bow throwing you off balance- forward as in 'thump' on the ground.


thumbs down From: Scotto
Is your bow that heavy? Need to re-think ...


thumbs down From: huntnut
Just what we need, more companies adding more velcro to take to the deer woods.


thumbs up From: hyrax


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thumbs down From: Ramhunter
I'm sure the holder would give off one's scent. Scent lock the thing and they'd probably have a winner....NOT!


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thumbs down From: NewHunter1
Don't really know what to say, but it does make more sense than a 2600.00 bow. Geeez.


thumbs down From: Mountain Cur


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thumbs up From: mouse


thumbs up From: Clifford
Gees, you guys are hard to convince! I tried this at the ATA show and it works great if you like to sit while you hunt. The balance and rigging keep the bow right where you want it, in front of your hand!


thumbs up From: Milhouse
If it actually holds your bow securely, it would be great.


thumbs down From: NvaGvUp
Dumb and dumber


thumbs down From: Free Range


thumbs down From: Bear in CO
It's going to be a burr grabber for sure.


thumbs up From: oneida_shooter
If you are sitting for a long period of time waiting for game to come then it would be very handy.


thumbs down From: Beeman


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thumbs down From: 4u2ppin
Stand up and lean forward and see what happens, choir is always looking for a soprano!


thumbs up From: solocamslam
If you were sitting in a ground blind it would be handy. If you drop it then no sweat.....out of a treestand--Will Primos has shown us all several times what that looks like!!!


thumbs down From: RUPE
This one is okay, NOT!


thumbs up From: Rustywreck


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thumbs down From: Dispatcher
I'll just hold my bow on my lap, thank you


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thumbs up From: Sewer Rat
I kinda like it... dont know how comfortable it might be though


thumbs down From: macbow
Too much to worry about every time you move.


thumbs down From: Biggen
I move too much.


thumbs down From: LoweBow
More crap to carry into the woods


thumbs down From: Texas Law Dog


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thumbs up From: Pramo


thumbs down From: Jeff in MN
Who keeps their foot still enough for this to work?


thumbs up From: Dancesinspeedo
I use the top of my boot for my selfbow holder as it is.


thumbs down From: MF
Your bow should be in your hand.


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thumbs down From: shootr
My stand has a wrap around bar that's waist high. It wouldn't work with my setup. Besides that I would be afraid to drop my bow.


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thumbs down From: Elkman52
Every time I move my leg my bow moves,I don't think so.


thumbs down From: Dal Lowrey
more junk


thumbs down From: Grounblind
I can think of a better way to spend twenty bucks.


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thumbs down From: Razorhead®
mmmm.... no


thumbs down From: Fletch


thumbs up From: Spike Bull
I'd try it. I was looking for a ground stake bow holder for two months, finally found one. (Cabella's was out of stock and wouldn't take an order for less than two.) I hate laying my bow down on the ground, always want it right at hand.


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thumbs up From: tjp


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thumbs down From: DCW
You can not move with it tied to your leg.


thumbs down From: Wary Buck
While we're supposed to sit still, any movement of our leg would cause your bow to move as well, and with such a high center of gravity as to it's holder, it just looks like trouble. Finding something that attaches to your stand (for those that need a 'holder') would be preferrable.


thumbs up From: Pyrannah


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thumbs up From: Jakyll


thumbs down From: Charlie in TX


thumbs down From: Zack
I know i would end up dropping my bow for sure


thumbs down From: jmiller
Don't see a need for it


thumbs down From: dustyvarmint


thumbs up From: November Wolf
Outs the boe close to where you can get it up into shooting position without alot of movement..


thumbs down From: Walking Crow


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thumbs down From: Bob from MontCo
It' dangerous to have anything other than your safety harness attached to your body!


thumbs up From: GeoEng


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thumbs up From: No Mercy


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thumbs down From: BLOODBROTHER
nothing can beat the Balcom Bow Sling


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thumbs down From: Strutter


thumbs down From: Thunderbow
why? ridiculous!


thumbs down From: wsumner
I know I would drop my bow with this thing.


thumbs down From: FLHogWacker
Retarded!


thumbs down From: Deadeye


thumbs down From: Dave Lay
MOVE YOUR LEG AND ARROW FALLS OFF REST....


thumbs up From: MattE
Might work well for some.


thumbs down From: ken
hold the bow like a man


thumbs down From: Clark


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thumbs up From: [email protected]


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thumbs up From: Medic
Saw demo and like the idea


thumbs down From: Birdman


thumbs up From: twr
good idea


thumbs up From: Derrik


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thumbs down From: Doug Fir
I like to stand up. I do not think it would be practical for me.


thumbs down From: Norseman
too much movement with your foot arrow may bounce,rattle and fall off


thumbs down From: Raven


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thumbs down From: PuffDaddy
more junk


thumbs down From: Greg in Augusta
junk


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thumbs up From: guslp260
I set my bow on my boot while in a stand. But i always keep my hand on it, so I don't think I would have a problem when I moved.


thumbs down From: johnboy


thumbs down From: campkingmd
I stand but I guess To each his own. Seems to be a safty issue here but not sure what it would be


thumbs down From: bowhntr


thumbs up From: carcus
got one for my birthday, have not used it. Looks good


thumbs up From: -bohunt
purchased the bowlegger last season and was very impressed with being able to safely secure my bow and not worry about dropping it or banging it and being able to keep it stationary in a position ready to draw and if and when I wanted to move to use my bino's or calls I used less movement as I did'nt need to move my bow. The only time I moved or picked up my bow was when I shot my 10pt buck. Plus I kept my hands warm in the NH frigid weather. An excellent tool for the bowhunter!


thumbs up From: Jaco


thumbs up From: Bullz-i
MAY WORK FOR SOME BUT NOT FOR OTHERS


thumbs down From: Slay
stupid as all heck


thumbs down From: wackmasterj


thumbs down From: Abbynormal
gimmick


thumbs down From: Orizen
I can't keep my feet still all the time. With this I'd be moving a lot more than my feet. Also believe it'd be very uncomfortable.

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