Our archery season can see big temperature swings in a day. I might start out with a jacket in the morning and end up in a t-shirt by the afternoon. These constant changes in bulk make having a well adjusted back quiver a chore. Having to adjust the strap length by adjusting the leather thongs at the bottom of the strap is cumbersome and time consuming. Often (because I am too lazy to adjust the strap), my quiver hangs too loosely and swings under my bow arm when I shoot in the afternoon, or chokes me in the morning when I wear extra cloths.
I had a belt buckle on an older quiver that made for easy adjustment, but I had to take the quiver off to do it, and it was bulky. This new improvement is not bulky, and I can make the adjustment while wearing the quiver.
I used gun sling hardware to make an adjustable strap for my quiver. It didn't take long to make and works nicely. It gives 7 (+4/-3) inches of adjustment from the nominal length.
Here is a picture of the new strap next to the old strap:
Here is a picture of the new strap on the quiver: