added four new shafts to their already impressive and extensive line this year.
First is the Bowfire
; a standard-diameter, lightweight, carbon hunting arrow that's fast and easy to tune. It features Easton's full-length, new-generation 3HD White-Hot Graphics for better in-flight visibility and a micro-smooth finish. Bowfire uses standard diameter 8„32 components for compatibility with your favorite broadheads and nock systems, features three spines (330/9.6 gpi, 400/8.5 gpi, and 480/7.5 gpi) for ideal tuning with most hunting rigs, and comes with direct-fit S Nocks and standard RPS inserts precision built to Easton's specifications for field reliability and confident shooting.
Then there's the Carbon Apollo
, the perfect high-quality carbon arrow for beginners. It features a smaller diameter for better downrange performance in the wind, as well as superior straightness and spine tolerances for accuracy. These arrows are the right mass weight for beginner bows, making it much easier when learning to shoot. And, they come in eight sizes ranging from 5.5 to 8.4 gpi to ensure a perfect fit for archers of different sizes and skill levels. They also offer three nock options and a full range of point weights.
Next is the Nemesis
, Easton's latest micro-profile, H-diameter carbon shaft, also featuring new detail-graphic overlays. It comes with pre-installed red H Nocks and HP inserts, and like the Bowfire, +/- 0.003" straightness. The Nemesis is offered in spines of 500 (8.1 gpi), 400 (9.3 gpi), 340 (10.1 gpi), and 300 (10.7 gpi).
Last but not least is the Deep Six FMJ
, which combines the toughness of a Full Metal Jacket with an ultra micro-diameter Deep Six carbon core for more speed, kinetic energy, and durability with less friction. They come with Deep Six nocks, steel GHT inserts, and are guaranteed to +/- 0.002" straightness and +/- 2.0 grains weight tolerance. It's available in spines of 460 (9.0 gpi), 400 (9.8 gpi), and 330 (11.0 gpi).
70 per dozen (Bowfire); $
70 per dozen (Carbon Apollo); $
75 per half-dozen (Nemesis); $
115 per half-dozen (Deep Six FMJ)