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You all know I'm a die-hard backquiver guy, but I just received one of Nate's newest quiver builds and was blown away. 

He found a source of Latigo that has been specially treated with waxes and no oils.  A long while back Nate left Latigo behind for bridle leather because of the bleeding oils and finish which would tend to crack a bit.  The bridle was nice, but really stiff and a pain to break in properly.

The new Latigo is very soft yet thick and heavy.  Perfect combination of characteristics making it a lot easier to break in and use.

If you already have a Sunset Hill quiver you know they are quality, you may want to consider a backup one!  If I hadn't switched to left hand I would have probably never wanted another, but now that I've got my hands on this one I wanted to say it is worth getting one of these newer versions.

I'll try to get a picture up... my internet connectivity is very poor right now.

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Here is a pic.

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It looks soft from here.  Wear it well.  Nice job Nate.  Frank
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Greg, thanks for sharing;  I know you will give that quiver a good work out.
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That is brand new. Can start using it without any intensive break in.
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Nice Greg.  Always great quivers by Nate.

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Yup....another awesome quiver
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I did too !

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Looks great!
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Is that fine quiver toting some cane arrows? That might just be flaunting it a bit too much there... oooooh 😲
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Great looking quiver Greg. Always excellent work from Nate. Have to drop him a line for a back-up Sunset Hill BQ [biggrin]
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Good eye. Those are my boo practice arrows. Of course my hunting ones are full dipped.
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Greg your quiver looks awesome! This leather is amazing. Between the traditional harness or English bridle, this new latigo is hands down the best in my opinion. It has such a soft feel to it and breaks in so nicely. I have it in the natural color. Here’s two pictures from day one which was sometime in January to a couple days ago.

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Okay, you have convinced me that I need one.  How do I contact Nate Steen?  I tried the link we have here but get a "404" error message that the site can't be found.  I Googled "Sunset Hill Back Quivers" and got lots of other offerings, but none from Mr. Steen.  Is there a better link to use?

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try a personal message here


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Sweet
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I like that new quiver as well I wonder if Nate would share were he buys that leather from? Besides backquivers made from Latigo that bleeds arm guards, side quivers bleed as well. Soft would be nice as well. Last quiver I made from Bridle leather is still stiff after use and conditioning. 
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