What’s the Best Takedown Recurve Bow of 2021?

Southwest Archery Tigershark

Even after deciding that a takedown recurve bow is the best bow type for you, you still need to make another decision—the perfect model.

With so many of them in the market it is easy to get overwhelmed, especially because their differences are not that pronounced.

In this article we review 10 of the best takedown recurve bows currently available, so you can choose the best recurve bow yourself.

Assess the features, pros, cons and feedback from other archers then make a decision.

Takedown Recurve Bows Compared

Recurve Bows
Length
Draw Weight
Hand
My rating
1. Southwest Archery Tigershark
1. Southwest Archery Tigershark
62″
25-60lbs
left/right
4.7
2. Southwest Archery Spyder
2. Southwest Archery Spyder
62″
20-60lbs
left/right
4.7
3. SAS Courage 60” Hunting Bow
3. SAS Courage 60” Hunting Bow
60″
30-60lbs
left/right
4.7
4. Keshes Takedown Bow
4. Keshes Takedown Bow
62″
15-55lbs
left/right
4.5
5. Samick Sage Recurve Bow
5. Samick Sage Recurve Bow
62″
25-60lbs
left/right
4.5
6. SAS Explorer 66” Metal Riser Takedown Bow
6. SAS Explorer 66” Metal Riser Takedown Bow
66″
22-34lbs
right
4.3
7. SAS Spirit 66″ Bow
7. SAS Spirit 66" Bow
66″
20-34lbs
left/right
4.3
8. SinoArt Lion 62” Metal Riser
8. SinoArt Lion 62” Metal Riser
62″
30-60lbs
right
4.3
9. SinoArt Falcon 60″
9. SinoArt Falcon 60"
60″
30-70lbs
right
4.2
10. PSE Razorback 62″
10. PSE Razorback 62"
62″
28lbs
right
3.8

Best Takedown Recurve Bow Reviews

Read on for our reviews of these recurve bows.