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|Recommended Point Weight Range||X10 Pin Fitment|
1. Due to the barrel design of the X10, the weight is an average grains-per-inch of a 29” shaft. Shaft weight is slightly heavier in the larger diameter center and lighter toward the tapered ends. One inch of shaft cut from the point end typically weighs 6-7 grains.
2. Nominal O.D. at mid-point of shaft. Ends are smaller. Point end is larger diameter than nock end.
3. Recommended that no more than these lengths be cut from the point end of the shaft.
ABOUT THE PRODUCT
The ultimate recurve competition shaft. The Easton X10 has won more World and Olympic titles than any other arrow- or any other archery product of any kind- since its competition debut at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, USA. Since making that gold-medal-winning debut, it has gone on to be used to win every single Olympic Medal since the Atlanta Games. High-modulus carbon fiber on a precision, thin-wall aluminum core creates an unmatched synergy of precision and durability. With components engineered to match the performance of this ultimate target shaft, every size X10 features a custom barreled design, providing the ultimate in clearance, finger release forgiveness, and the correct frequency match for modern recurve bows. X10. Nothing else comes close.
Made with pride by Easton in the USA.
- High-strength carbon fiber bonded to a 7075 precision alloy core
- Polished 9-micron carbon finish
- Straightness: ± .0015”
- Weight tolerance: ± 0.5 grains per packaged dozen
- Weight coded for precision matching between dozens
- Components—sold separately
- Barreled design
- Used to win every Olympic title since 1996
- MADE IN USA