Quiver began as an answer to issues with kayak transportation for ocean paddlers, but quickly evolved to solve a larger problem with outdoors gear roof storage as a whole - lack of flexibility.
Adventures can be both near and far, from a quick bike ride on local trails to ultra endurance events requiring boats, bikes, and more - but while the roofrack is a go-to storage location for most outdoors gear, none are capable of adjusting to the scope of the adventure. Quiver changes that by using sliding crossbars and a slotted aluminum track system allowing for a wide range of storage capacities and unlimited options for equipment attachment points.

Quiver’s form was inspired by bike frame construction and hydroformed aluminum. This construction would allow for more dynamic shapes than conventional automotive accessory designs.

Looping Keyshot Animation Showcasing different features and configurations of Quiver.

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