Arrows Made In USA.
Easton’s roots go back to 1922 as a family company making handcrafted archery equipment. Today Easton focuses on making the finest products with facilities in Utah, Iowa, and Indiana.
Easton has become world-renowned for premier tubing products in fields such as archery, mountaineering, military, and healthcare. While others have moved production overseas, Easton’s continuing efforts to drive innovation and automation have allowed the company to stay competitive and keep production in the United States.
Easton Salt Lake City headquarters
date back to the early 1980s when the company first expanded beyond its California roots. Today, most
start right here in this 100,000 square foot facility where materials from across the country are brought together. Carbon fiber from California, pre-preg high-modulus carbon from Washington state, and aluminum from Iowa are the fundamental building blocks of Easton’s products.
Over the course of building every Easton precision tube, dozens of individual American operators and quality assurance experts perform constant and careful checks to ensure that all products measure up to Easton’s stringent standards of safety and quality. Easton aluminum and carbon tubing is used in archery arrows including FMJ, A/C, and as the framework for tent structures in military and mountaineering.
Aluminum tubing starts with flat strips of special alloys- custom equipment rolls and fuses the stock creating a uniform tube. From here, the tubes are annealed with heat to remove internal stresses and prepare it for further processing. Larger tubes are repeatedly drawn to smaller and thinner wall sizes, getting more refined and stronger until they reach their final specified size.
Shafts then go to our multi-station automatic anodize facility to receive an exterior color or decoration. With a permanent finish from anodize, every Easton shaft goes through multiple straightening processes to ensure precision and accuracy.
For arrows, a UNI-bushing is mounted inside the shaft to allow the installation of a polymer nock used by archers to attach the arrow to the bowstring.
Easton is proud to share the passion for archery with the finest arrows for archers everywhere.