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Gear Check: New Arrow Shaft in Easton Lineup

Easton introduces Carbon Legacy traditional arrow.

Gear Check: New Arrow Shaft in Easton Lineup

New for 2021, Easton's Carbon Legacy traditional arrow.

When Doug Easton first began his archery company in 1922, he started by making handcrafted wood arrows and longbows one at a time in his small workshop. Each arrow featured Doug’s own signature cresting applied to the finest hand-selected cedar shafting.

With a nod to his meticulous commitment to crafting the finest traditional equipment available, Easton has announced a new shaft in their traditional line of arrows—the Carbon Legacy. The Legacy combines the traditional look of wood-grained carbon with high-visibility white-dipped and hand-feather-fletched craftsmanship. "We really wanted to make the Carbon Legacy something special," Easton Marketing Director Gary Cornum said. "We went back into our archives and found some of Doug’s 1920’s arrows and borrowed ideas from his original wood shafts to inspire the look we were going for."

Legacy comes fletched with three 4-inch left wing helical feathers, including a traditional barred index feather with combinations of solid red, white, and bright yellow hen feathers.

The Carbon Legacy is accurate, durable, and has exceptional flight visibility. It is available in five hunting sizes (340, 400, 500, 600, and 700), and includes RPS inserts and pre-installed 6.5mm 3D Super Nocks.


Features


  • .244” ID standard-diameter carbon-fiber construction
  • Pre-installed 3D white Super Nocks
  • RPS inserts included
  • 4” Left wing helical feather fletch
  • Spine sizes: 340, 400, 500, 600, and 700
  • Straightness ±.006”
  • MSRP: $69.99/ 6-pack feather fletched

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