The Wildcat take-down recurve bow is ideal for beginners and schools. Very affordable and lightweight. Available in a wide range of bow lengths and weights to suit just about everyone.
Draw weight measured at 28".
Please Note: both 62" and 64" bows - the lightest draw weight is 14 lbs
Value and quality meet to make our kits the very best available, just check out the contents:
Wildcat Take Down Bow
Dacron BowString with Fitted Nock Points
Matched Set Of 8 Easton Jazz Aluminium Arrows
Three Tube Quiver
Avalon Classic Backpack + Arrow Tube
Leather Anchor Tab With Finger Spacer
Aluminium Midi Extension Sight
Brace Height Guage
60cm Target Face
Getting into archery?
Please read our - beginners guide -
for more information.
Brilliant! I never expected to get such high quality equpment in a beginnner's set. The riser in particular comes with all the fittings you need to fit a whole range of accessories, and the list of gear included is amazingly comprehensive. Highly recommended. (01/11/2015) Mike Edwards - Southampton
We can use this information to better supply your kit, otherwise just leave on 'use arrow length'
Certainly don't get carried away dissecting yourself down to the micron.
You'll have better luck if you just play the averages and choose an initial draw length that's rounded up rather than down, keep in mind your draw length will settle with time and, being a little longer allows you to experiment.
Wing Span = Draw Length
To measure your personal draw length, determine the length of your arm-span in inches. Stand with your arms out and palms facing forward. Don't stretch when measuring. Just stand naturally. Have someone else help you, and measure from the tip of one middle finger to the other. Then simply divide that number by 2.5. The quotient is your proper draw length (in inches) for your body size.
If this has been advised by your coach then stick with this, generally arrow length is a minimum of 1 to 2" more than your draw length.
(Usually dispatched within 3-4 working days mon-fri)