Looking for the best arrow rest around? Lucky for you, so were we! We researched and reviewed some of the best that we could find, looking for the best arrow rest reviews. We gathered all of the information and picked out top ten favs, compiling them all into this nifty list. While looking around, we noticed a few stats that helped us to find out favorites, so we’re going to share all of those with you. Here’s a list of them
Hand - Are you looking for a left or right-handed arrow rest? To ensure that your rest and your bow are the perfect match, you’ll need to know what hand you plan to shoot with.
Silent Arrow Loading - Silent arrow loading is how quietly you can nock your arrow. All arrow rests strive to be very quiet, but silent arrow rests make reloading your bow as quiet as possible.
Adjustments - What adjustments does each rest offer? Some examples of different possible adjustments are Horizontal, Vertical, Overdraw, or perhaps a combination or even all of those.
Material - What are the main materials of the bow rest? Some are made from all one material, but some can be made from a combination of materials working together for the best rest.
Weight - We’ll let you know what each of these arrow rests weighs. Each of these will be measured in ounces. If you are not looking to add too much weight to your bow, check this stat.
Dimensions - How big is each of the arrow rests? We’ll let you know the dimensions of each arrow rest in inches, so you can make sure that it isn’t too big, and it isn’t too small.
Now that we have all of the icons out of the way, we’re just about ready to get to those reviews. We loved all of these arrow rests, but there were two of them that really stood out from the pack. We placed them first and second; the first is our number one Top Pick. It’s the rest we loved the best. The second is our Budget Pick, which is an inexpensive model that really stood out from the pack. If you’re in a hurry, you should check out these two. Now that we’re done with all that, let’s get to those reviews.
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019