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A/C Arrow Construction – How A/C Arrows are Made

A/C Arrow Construction – How A/C Arrows are Made

Aluminum carbon hybrid shafts sit at the pinnacle of archery arrow shaft performance. As the pioneer in the category Easton’s legendary A/C arrows have dominated target archery for decades. Since their introduction, Easton A/C shooters have taken every Olympic Championship, and every outdoor World Record across the globe. Precision, Made-in-USA quality, and cutting-edge technology combine […]

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Team Easton’s Gellenthien Doubles at NFAA Roundup

Team Easton’s Gellenthien Doubles at NFAA Roundup

Team Easton’s Braden Gellenthien had a great week for himself at the NFAA National Roundup in Yankton, South Dakota. A week-long tournament, the NFAA National Roundup plays host to three National events that are contested by the top professional archers in the US and from abroad. With three different shooting formats, many archers navigate the […]

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Easton X10 Shooters Take All Olympic Slots for Tokyo at Final Qualification Tournament

Easton X10 Shooters Take All Olympic Slots for Tokyo at Final Qualification Tournament

(Paris, France  June 21 2021) World Archery’s last-chance tournament for Tokyo Olympic Games qualification saw the final 51 countries qualify their shooters for the Olympic Games this week. In Paris, at the final qualification tournament, the USA men’s team of Brady Ellison, Jack Williams, and Jacob Wukie took the gold medal to cement the USA’s […]

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Hip Quivers and Field Quivers – What’s the Difference?

Hip Quivers and Field Quivers – What’s the Difference?

Hip Quivers and Field Quivers What’s the difference? A common question asked when archers are shopping for a wearable quiver – what is the difference between hip quivers and field quivers? The answer: not a whole lot – hence the reason for the confusion. Hip quivers and field quivers are both essentially hip worn quivers […]

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Easton Archery – Arrow Factory Tour – Arrows Made In USA

Easton Archery – Arrow Factory Tour – Arrows Made In USA

Arrows Made In USA Easton’s roots go back to 1922 as a family company making handcrafted archery equipment. Today Easton focuses on making the finest products with facilities in Utah Iowa and Indiana. Easton has become world-renowned for premier tubing products in fields such as archery, mountaineering, military, and healthcare. While others have moved production […]

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Easton Avance- Do it all, spend less.

Easton Avance- Do it all, spend less.

Easton’s new Avance and Avance Sport 4MM arrows are Easton’s latest technology for recurve or compound target archers seeking superior performance with an all-carbon shaft. Avance target arrows fit in the middle of the outdoor target archery arrow price point- but they carry specifications and technology that allow the highest levels of performance.  What’s the […]

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Easton Avance- Do it all, spend less.

Easton Avance- Do it all, spend less.

Easton’s new Avance and Avance Sport 4MM arrows are Easton’s latest technology for recurve or compound target archers seeking superior performance with an all-carbon shaft. Avance target arrows fit in the middle of the outdoor target archery arrow price point- but they carry specifications and technology that allow the highest levels of performance.  What’s the […]

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Archery and the Corona virus- The Impact on Archery Events

Archery and the Corona virus- The Impact on Archery Events

The Coronavirus outbreak, and resulting Covid-19 illness, has grabbed headlines around the world, and has understandably become a major concern for many people. Aside from the obvious effect on people’s day to day lives, there has also already been a significant impact on sporting events, both small and large, across the globe, including archery events, […]

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Archery and the Coronavirus- The Impact on Archery Events (Update: March 16 2020)

Archery and the Coronavirus- The Impact on Archery Events (Update: March 16 2020)

The Coronavirus outbreak, and resulting Covid-19 illness, has grabbed headlines around the world, and has understandably become a major concern for many people. Aside from the obvious effect on people’s day to day lives, there has also already been a significant impact on sporting events, both small and large, across the globe, including archery events, […]

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New Bowhunting Gear for 2020

New Bowhunting Gear for 2020

Easton 6.5 Matrix Arrows Easton unveiled a new light weight arrow in its 6.5mm product line—the 6.5 MATRIX. This new arrow is an ultra-light weight model that uses Easton’s Acu-carbon™ seamless process. What’s more, the Matrix features a new carbon fiber braid visible on the outside of the shaft. The Easton’s proprietary process results in […]

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