May 26, 2020
By Game & Fish Staff
Spring might be a time when many outdoorsmen are thinking more about fishing than hunting, but at Easton’s Utah plant, hunting arrow production is in full swing.
“The machines are pretty much running full time as we prepare to meet dealer demand during the busy summer selling season” said Clay Henderson, Vice President of Manufacturing at Easton’s Salt Lake facility.“Our key personnel meet first thing every morning to make certain we’re ready for upcoming orders to insure we ship on time—in addition to safety and quality, prompt delivery is one of our main priorities” Henderson continued.
Easton’s field testing, coupled with advanced manufacturing provide the necessary elements needed to make advanced carbon arrows in the U.S., while remaining cutting edge and competitive on a global scale.
“Field results coupled with the science and innovation behind Easton carbon line are second to none. We’re proud to offer American hunters a top-shelf product that is made at our factories in Utah and Indiana,” said Henderson.
Easton employs over 300 workers in its arrow manufacturing facilities in Utah and Indiana and they produce a complete range of archery products for the bowhunting market.
To see the complete line of Easton hunting arrows, visit eastonarchery.com