Bow Spider Offers New Waterproof Pack Cover

From Bow Spider:

Kinnear, WY (Nov. 4, 2021) — Bow Spider, the quickest and easiest bow retrieval system on the market, is pleased to announce the availability of its new Bow Spider Pack Cover. Every avid hunter has experienced inclement weather while in the field. Keeping your backpack and all its contents (inside and outside the pack) from getting wet while hunting in the rain is always a concern – until now with Bow Spider’s Waterproof Pack Cover.
Made of durable polyester ripstop material for wind and rain protection. It is designed with an elastic stretch fit, so it easily slips over a pack. Available in two sizes: large to accommodate packs from 2,000 to 3,000 cubic inches and XL for those that are 3,000 to 4,000 cubic inches. The packs weigh 60 grams and 67 grams respectively.

They are available conveniently online at in limited quantities for $20.95. Be sure to order your Bow Spider Waterproof Pack Cover so you can be sure no matter how much wind or rain comes along on your next hunt, your favorite pack and everything inside will stay dry. To order one today Click Here.

About Recreational Archery Development LLC (RAD, LLC):
Founded in 2019 and headquartered in Kinnear, WY, RAD, LLC is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative products for the outdoor industry, including the Bow Spider brand of products. Bow Spider’s intuitive design makes bow retrieval fast and easy in any situation. The product is proudly made in the USA and gives one percent of all sales to conservation. The company also offers veterans a 15 percent discount on all products. (To take advantage of this offer, orders need to be called in directly to the company at 307-438-9290.) For additional information on RAD, LLC and the Bow Spider brand of products write to: RAD, LLC, PO Box 171, Kinnear, WY 82516; call 307-438-9290; email; visit

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