Traditional Carbon Arrow Shaft
Tough and affordable traditional carbon shaft in wood decor. Under the bonnet this is the same carbon type and design as in our awesome fluo-series which we tested to the extreme over two years and are more than satisfied with these sticks.
Uncut these shafts are 32″ length and can be cut to length for you. Each shaft comes with an insert included. But please buy a Trad Nock-Push-in ID6.2 in a colour of your choice to complete your arrow set.
We can cut these shafts to length for you for $2 per arrow.
Which shaft for which bow + Weight and Out Diameter details
For bows 20# to 25#: 800 Spine – ID 4.2 (this shafts includes a glue in pin with a white nock and a glue in point)
For bows 20# to 30#: 700 Spine – ID 6.2, 5.53 GPI, OD 7.10 (includes a Trad insert, please buy a Trad Nock-Push-in ID6.2 in a colour of your choice from our shop to complete your arrow)
For bows 35# to 40#: 600 Spine – ID 6.2, 6.28 GPI, OD 7.16 (includes a Trad insert, please buy a Trad Nock-Push-in ID6.2 in a colour of your choice from our shop to complete your arrow)
For bows 45# to 55#: 500 Spine – ID 6.2, 7.31 GPI, OD 7.30 (includes a Trad insert, please buy a Trad Nock-Push-in ID6.2 in a colour of your choice from our shop to complete your arrow)
Straightness: +/- .003″
We have tested this shaft rigorously to make sure the carbon fibres are cross woven. This means the inner part of the carbon tube is spun using an endless carbon thread that runs around and upwards and the outer carbon fibres are in a 90degree angle to the inner ones. This makes the arrow a lot tougher as it can resist impact better but it also makes it safer: The most dangerous thing in archery is when an arrow breaks at release. This arrow will usually break clean and straight, which can still cause an injury – but the design provides a good level of protection from thin and sharp carbon splinters lodging under the skin. This is a big and dangerous issue found in most other cheap carbon arrows that have all carbon fibres running in a straight line forward only.
But remember: always flex before you shoot to identify any issues!