By Andreas archer from Germany

„I can tell there is not much of a difference. The Horween-leather seems to smell more like leather – while the Clayton is neutral.

Both are equally slick and fast, but the Horween seems to be a little bit softer – it adapts to my hand

and the string during one training session – with the Clayton-tabs I need two or three trainings of about 120 arrows each – and a little sweat

on my fingers to have them fit perfectly. As I did not manage to ruin a tab from you by wearing it out until now, I guess both will last very long

– so being softer is not a disadvantage of the Horween.

If I had to choose the Horween would be first choice – but both tabs are perfectly made and cut from very fine leather.”