January 10, 2019
Carbon Express Maxima XRZ
What you can’t tell by looking at the new Maxima XRZ arrows from Carbon Express is the amount of engineering that has gone into them, especially when it comes to spine consistency. The minds behind the company have devoted serious brain power to ensuring the arrows they produce are extremely consistent from shaft to shaft and will flex as little as possible throughout the shot. This translates to better arrow performance all around and is a serious benefit if you enjoy perfect broadhead flight. Every Maxima XRZ is laser-checked for straightness (+/- .0025-inch) and batched by weight (+/- 1 grain). Choose from three spine options that weigh from 6.6GPI up to 8.4GPI.
Gold Tip Airstrike
If arrow speed and long-range accuracy rank high on your list of arrow demands, look no further than the new Airstrikes from Gold Tip. These micro-diameter (.204-inch) shafts are designed with extreme front-of-center and built with high-modulus carbon to produce deadly arrow flight no matter how far you choose to fling. To ensure better penetration and easy removal while target shooting, the Airstrikes feature the exclusive Dyna-Slick coating. They are also built to +/- .001-inch straightness tolerances and +/- .5-grain weight tolerances, meaning every arrow in your dozen will perform like the next.
Victory Archery XTORSION
Victory was at the forefront of the micro-diameter movement, and their contribution to arrow technology has changed how we all look at our ammo. This year, they’re taking micro-diameter to the next level with the XTORSION, which is manufactured through a process that encapsulates layers of 304 stainless steel within high-modulus carbon fiber. This results in arrows that are thin enough to buck the wind and penetrate well, but also withstand serious abuse. XTORSION arrows are also built with a +/- .001-inch straightness tolerance to ensure that when you buy a dozen, each will fly exactly like the next.
For a complete list of all eight new arrows for 2019, please visit the Bowhunting website by clicking here.