Rage broadheads have always been highly talked about in the archery community. However, there’s always been one problem that I think we all can agree on: It’s been hard to find a quiver that worked well with Rage’s mechanical broadheads.

Rage Outdoors saw this problem and developed a patent-pending quiver designed specifically to hold five arrows with Rage or other mechanical broadheads. It’s aptly called the Rage Cage.

Constructed from advanced polymers and extruded aluminum, the Rage Cage is a compact, low profile quiver that weighs in at a mere eight ounces. The ingenious SnapTrap tension-adjustable snap-on design allows the quiver to be securely mounted or removed from your bow with a simple twist. A pair of rubber vibration-dampening posts reduces shock by isolating the quiver from the bow.

The quiver’s hood is an interesting and smart design – it’s the first one I’ve seen where you can see what’s inside your quiver without turning it upside down or to the side. The top of the hood is a carbon fiber dipped polymer to protect the broadheads, while a see-through Flexiglass Shield allows the bowhunter to quickly see what’s on the tip of an arrow. Rage’s TwistLock broadhead securing system holds broadheads snug inside of specially designed foam inserts that prevent rattling and prematurely deployed blades. Simply insert your broadhead into the TwistLock, give your arrow shaft a quick twist, and the broadhead is held in place. For the treestand hunters, a braided nylon string is attached to the hood, allowing it to be hung easily in your treestand.

Each of the Rage Cage’s arrow retainers is stepped and tapered in a dual “fits-all” configuration that allows the retainers to securely hold even the smallest-diameter VAP carbon shafts up to the largest aluminum shafts.

For the bowhunters who shoot mechanical broadheads, you no longer have to struggle to get your broadheads in and out of a quiver without deploying them. The Rage Cage will keep your mechanical broadheads safe and secure so you don’t have to worry about which arrow to grab.