USA manufacturer was chosen by bowhunters as the most-favored carbon arrow by the readers of Bowhunting World magazine. In the annual reader survey conducted by Bowhunting World, more bowhunters selected Easton as the leading carbon shaft for big-game pursuits, earning the company a Gold Award for 2019.
“For nearly 100 years, Easton has been producing arrows with one goal in mind—the success of archers in every faculty of the sport,” said Gary Cornum, Marketing Manager for Easton Technical Products. “That effort pays off when the archer draws their bow with the added confidence of knowing their equipment will perform—it allows the archer to focus on the execution of the shot.”
Easton manufactures both hunting and competition arrows, up to the Olympic level, in their Utah and Indiana factories. Doug Easton started the company in 1922, making wooden shafts and longbows. Later, Easton pioneered their famed carbon and FMJ shafts, renown in modern archery. Today Easton remains family owned. For competition, Easton leads the market with a full line of precision shafts, such as the Olympic-grade X10, that has been used to win every medal at the Games since its 1996 introduction.
For more information on Easton arrows and archery products and accessories, visit www.eastonarchery.com