When a group of fellow archers set to start Imago-3D we had a very clear
vision of what we wanted to achieve, summarized in three points.
First, we want our targets to faithfully reproduce the real animal.
Second, we want our targets to last long and allow easy arrow pull.
Third, we want our targets to be affordable, and able to replace a damaged
middle section (which always happens before the rest of the target wears
We believe we have managed all three. Imago-3D targets look truer to the
animal than any mass-produced target in the market, crafted with extreme
detail. They also last longer thanks to an extensively researched material,
tested under extreme conditions. All this at a similar price than competitor
Our artists have a BSc in Fine Arts and carefully study pictures and footage
of the animal before any detail is decided. Our staff discusses different
stances, looking for a natural and dynamic look so that the archer can
for a short while feel the thrill of the hunt. We don't like shortcuts or
compromises, that's why most of our targets have four separate legs for
a truly natural look. Look close and you'll see that we spent long hours
crafting every tiny detail. Hide, fur, ears, etc. have all been faithfully
We have spent literally hundreds of hours in penetration, density and
durability tests, testing dozens of formulations until we hit the right spot.
As archers, we wanted a material with great stopping power, that also
allowed easy arrow pull and durable at the same time, even in the smallest
Where the actual animal was very small we have decided to make them
slightly bigger than life. On side-by-side stress tests our targets stop many
more arrows that competitor offerings.
Our targets are made in Granada, Spain, which provides the ideal location
for extreme testing. At the Southern tip of Europe but very close to
the Iberian peninsula highest peaks, Sierra Nevada, our targets endure
scorching heat in summer and freezing winters.