Archers on horseback were used from the 8th century BC on by the early Scythian tribes in Central Asia. These nomadic steppe people travelled, hunted and battled on horseback. The Huns introduced the flat upper and lower side to catch the asymmetry of the bow and also the Turks and the Mongols adjusted the design of the equestrian bow to their own wishes.
This bowstring is suited for our equestrian bows. It is made of 12 strands of polyethylene terephthalate, a type of polyester.
The length of the bowstring is 122 cm and it has loops of 5 to 5,5 cm.
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