The Maximus Finger Tab

Highest Quality - at an affordable price!

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We never compromise on the quality we offer our costumers. All the products were tested and perfected to absolute satisfaction.

 

That being said, we did not find a good reason to charge extreme amounts of money. When we started, the goal was to offer the standard version for 40 Euros. We only missed it by 2. 

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So. Many. Color. Possibilities.

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Finger tabs need to look awesome. Archers should have the ability to go wild with color choices.

2,772. That is the number of different color combinations you can have for your Maximus.  335,412 options if you plan to have different colors for the spacer, finger hook and shelf. GO WILD!

 

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"Stay-in-Place" Spacer Design

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Have you ever had a rubber spacer fail on you when over tightening it? We have. It's a bummer.

So we developed our "Stay-in-Place" spacer design. A hexagonal thread in a tight fitted hole to prevent rotation. A countersunk screw on the back to keep it in place - no matter how strong you tighten it. A washer on the back to keep it looking dashing.

 

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Proper Nock Clearance

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Our spacers were designed to be "chunky". They are long enough to properly cover the knuckle, and wide enough to give proper nock clearance.

 

This design prevents the curling of the fingers and provides for a wide gap. All this while feeling amazing in your fingers!

 

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Kangaroo Leather - Soft and Durable!

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Our tabs come standard with chrome-tanned, white kangaroo leather. This leather is soft yet durable.

 

Due to its nature it doesn't crease as much as other leathers do, which allows for proper finger position from the get go.

 

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Extra Long Leather - cut your own perfect fit!

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Out tabs purposely arrive with A LOT of excess leather. This was done for two reasons:

1. There is no way that in something as personal as finger length there can be one "factory setting" for the leather size of a tab. Extra long fingered people - you're welcome!

2. This also allows people who prefer, due to the way they shoot, to have smaller plates. Now they can do so and still have enough leather to protect their fingers.

 

Please watch our video which explains how to properly get rid of the excess leather. Don't shoot your tab before doing so! 

Super Low Shelf Profile

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The use of 3D printing technology for the tab parts has allowed us to model a shelf in a way that is barely noticeable on the neck upon release.

If you've never been able to shoot a shelf due to it "slicing your neck" you should really give this shelf a go.

 

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Revamped Hook Design

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Most hooks on the market are identical, and we feel their shape doesn't serve the archer.

 

Our different approach led to this longer and slicker shape which allows for a more relaxed and natural hand position.

 

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A Unique Tapered Design

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You all got used to button screws and screw channels. We decided to go with a different, more elegant solution.

All the screws are countersunk screws, so now there are only two types of screws on the tab. 

The reinforced shelf and hook design allow for 7 different positions that are super accurate and will not start moving on their own mid competition.

 

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