Skip to product information
1 of 1

60044 Longlife 3D Badger

60044 Longlife 3D Badger

Regular price €98,77
Regular price Sale price €98,77
Sale Sold out
Tax included.

Delivery time 1-3 working days

Product description

The Badger is a carnivore which belongs to the family of martens. Its habitat ranges from the British Islands and the Iberian Peninsula eastwards to the Wolga and Caucasus Mountains. A badger weighs between 7 to 14 kg (15 to 31 lbs). Its snout-vent length is between 64 to 88 cm (25 to 35 inches) and its tail length is 11 to 18 cm (4 to 7 inches).

 

Longlife 3D-animals live up to their name and are found on many 3D courses around the world. Our special foam, standard for all Longlife 3D-animals, increases their lifespan substantially. All Longlife 3D-animals are produced in Germany.
 

  • Length: 50 cm (19.7 inches)
  • Height: 20 cm (7.9 inches)
  • Weight: approx. 1.9 kg (4.2 lbs)
  • Quality: Made in Germany

    Features:
  • will stop any arrow
  • easy arrow pulling
  • UV resistant material
  • weather proof material
  • foam closes after arrow is pulled "Longlife self-healing effect"
  • particularly lifelike appearance

Shipping & returns

Shipping

Minimum Order Value for Free Standard Shipping: Germany from €50.00, Austria from €120.00, Switzerland from €150.00. More Information: All shipping rules and countries.

Returns

Would you like to return one or more items from your order? The return policy at BEARPAW PRODUCTS is 14 days. The 14-day return policy does not apply to personalized (custom) products. We cover the cost of return shipping for you. You can submit your return or complaint here.

View full details
  • Tips & Tricks

    Are you looking for more information about archery? Check out our blog for useful tips.

    VISIT BLOG 
  • Where can I do archery?

    Where can you go archery by yourself or with your loved ones? We'll tell you: Discover BEARPAW COUNTRY!

    DISCOVER NOW! 
  • Typical archery terms

    You want to educate yourself and understand more about archery? We explain the typical terms in our lexicon.

    READ NOW 

Questions? Just leave us a message!