During those make or break situations, do you know where all of your hunting equipment is located? Do you know where your arrows are? If you have a quality archery bow quiver then you can rest easy. Quivers come in all shapes and sizes and can include versions that wrap around your back, your hip, or even versions that attach your physical bow. What matters here is not what type of quiver you have, but that you actually have a quiver in the first place. Otherwise, your arrows are going to be exposed to the elements, and that could lead to misfortune during your hunting trip.
The amount of arrows that you feel you will need during your hunt will play a big factor in the quiver that you will choose. If you are hunting, it is a little farfetched to look for a holder that carries more than 10 arrows because you will never use them all during your hunt. It is for this reason that most archery bow quivers are only made to hold between 3-10 arrows. I can tell you from personal experience that a good 6-arrow quiver is perfect for my bow hunting needs.
Another factor that I feel is a make or break is the element of noise. Limiting noise is of the utmost important when bow hunting. Many of the versions that are on the market are automatically removed from a potential buyers list because of the amount of noise that they make. The last thing that you want is for your potential kill to be scared off because your quiver decided it needed to rattle. When it comes to an archery bow quiver, you have to understand that it is not about looks. It is about functionality for the shooter. There are many different types of archery bow quivers out there. Make sure that you know your option before you buy.