Location: MichiganWhat’s everyone’s thought on which bow case is the best for the creed?
Joined: 8/15/2012SKB would be my recommendation. Had one for my Heli-m and now for my Chill and it fits like a glove and doesn’t allow the bow to move around.
Location: OregonMy opinion..SKB.
Let us know what you get and how it works out..
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Joined: 11/24/2006Love my Bowfile Elite !!
Location: arkansasI would say skb I just bought one for my creed and also bought one for dad which also has the creed, the interior is lined so the bow won’t get scratched and the pads in the top of the case holds the bow firmly in place and it won’t move.Have to say a Lakewood Bowfile too.
Sent from my DROID3 using Tapatalk 2I fly with my bow quite a lot and really like the SKB for that.
Location: MichiganThanks everyone i think im leaning twards the skb. Ive gotta wait for my bow to get to the shop first!
Location: COPlano makes the “uncrushable”. Nice case. SKB is “top of the line” and you pay for that. The guy who recommended the Plano to me is an airline baggage handler. He says even his worst co-workers are unlikely to damage the bow in the Plano case. It’s lighter than the SKB and a little smaller so it’s easier to transport.
Joined: 8/2/2012Plano all weather bow case is the best value at about $140.
One of the best features is that it comes with customizable straps that hold the bow down firmly in the case so it does not bounce around when carried and and prevents pressure being applied on the cams.SKB hands down. If you shorten the spacer bushing on the Mathews Quiver you can leave it on the bow and close the case without straps.I shortened my bushing to 5/8″ thick and it fits perfectly on my Creed. Brings the quiver closer to the bow and works nicely. I have the tan compact one with the Mathews logo This case also has an o ring seal around the lip to prevent water from entering. This is nice when your carrying it in the back of your truck when its raining. It also has a vent system to equalizer pressure when its on an airplane.SKB Also had $1500.00 worth of content coverage for anything inside the case that gets damaged while its at an airline…It takes alot of sell a $250.00 bow case and insure $1500.00 on the contents if you aren’t pretty sure that it is gonna hold up…If im not mistaken that insurance is unmatched between any other brand ive seen…
Joined: 3/3/2010I am also looking for a case for my ZXT. I will carry it in a storage bin in my RV during the summer and then it will be strapped on the front of a 4 wheeler during elk season. Needs to be light, compact and very durable. I see SKB mentioned most in this thread. Which SKB would you all reccommend? Thanks
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