Unlike other targets that compress layers of foam and then hold them together with plastic bands, the Delta McKenzie Mo'Fo uses MO'FOAM.
This is simply Delta McKenzie's process of weld-bonding the target together instead of the aforementioned method. Weld bonding insures that no slivering occurs during the removal process of broadheads. This is because the layers of foam are actually melted together on the inside, and the outside, when the target face is cut.
The result is a target that can withstand a multitude of shots over the course of several seasons.