How Arrows Are Made. A look inside the Easton Archery factory in Salt Lake City at how carbon-aluminium competition arrows are made.
How Arrows Are Made. A look inside the Easton Archery factory in Salt Lake City at how carbon-aluminium competition arrows are made.
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Easton NASP Academic Archer Program Enrolls 25,266 Students In November of 2015, National NASP® leadership and a group of NASP® educators and students met to discuss ways to further enhance the then 15 year old program. One recommendation was to establish a uniform incentive and recognition format to recognize and promote academic achievement for participating […]
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NASP Scoring Protocol The purpose of this video is to demonstrate the proper scoring protocol for National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) competitions. It is important to teach and practice this process with your archers so they can complete it quickly and accurately, and to make sure that scoring is consistent for all competitions.
Easton NASP Academic Archer Program – Ascent Academy Students and administration from Ascent Academy in Farmington, Utah explain the benefits of the NASP program within their academy. Watch now to see how this school has used the NASP program to help their students learn skills that will benefit them for life.
For the past three years, the National Archery in the School’s Program (NASP®) has accepted nominations for a coach/educator, that has displayed excellence and the utmost dedication to their students and NASP® team, to be named NASP® Coach of the Year. This year’s nominations resulted in Robert Jellison, from Hartland, Michigan being awarded the title! Jellison teaches Middle […]
by George Tekmitchov, Easton Sr. Engineer/Target Archery Product Manager In the course of providing hundreds of tuning and equipment seminars to thousands of people across the globe over the past three decades worldwide, I’ve noticed that no matter where they are in the world, many archers have many of the same equipment questions. Those questions […]
by George Tekmitchov, Easton Sr. Engineer/Target Archery Product Manager We have reached a part of the season when the target arrows we put together in the late winter or early springtime are now, for most of us, well-used. After many thousands of shots, any flaws in the point installation process will start to become more […]
by George Tekmitchov, Sr Engineer/Target Product Manager The world’s best recurve shooters rely on the bare shaft planing method for tuning purposes for several reasons- the most important of which is, it works! However, unsurprisingly, the degree to which it works depends heavily upon shooter consistency and the consistency of the test method. Following […]
OLYMPIC HISTORY – ARCHERY It was 26 years ago today when Antonio REBELLO unleashed his flaming Easton arrow toward the cauldron in Barcelona. Still amazing. The Spanish Paralympian’s incredible shot was seen by a global audience estimated at two BILLION. Well done, Antonio!
Easton originated carbon arrows all the way back in 1982, after more than a decade of development. Until then, Easton X7 aluminum shafts won the Olympic Games in 1972, when archery returned to the modern games, as well as in 1976, and 1980. Easton’s first carbon A/C shafts were used to win the 1984 Olympic […]
Team Easton shooters continue to sweep medals at major outdoor events on the 2018 competition circuit, with 10 of 12 podium slots at the Arizona Cup archery event in the premiere compound and recurve senior categories. The winning streak started at the Asia Cup in Bangkok last month, and now the Arizona Cup, the second […]
Superdrive 27 Arrow Large 27 diameter and high velocity combine for the fastest path to the winner’s circle. Salt Lake City, Utah—Easton introduces the NEW Superdrive 27 for 3D archers seeking the maximum diameter scoring advantage in a lightweight all-carbon shaft. The light-mass, large OD Superdrive 27 arrow joins Superdrive 23 and 25 to complete […]
Team Easton Sweeps Gold at Indoor World Championships Following their gold medal haul at the Indoor World Cup final in Las Vegas, Team Easton made their way to Yankton, South Dakota, host of the 2018 Indoor World Archery Championships. Once again, Team Easton ran away with the medals! In the premier categories, Team Easton won […]
EASTON New Size Added to Tournament-Grade X2 Series Salt Lake City, UT –The Made-in-the-USA X27 & X23 are, hands-down, the most precise arrows ever made—featuring the highest standards for world-ranked tournament archers. With the most exacting spine, weight, and straightness of any arrow, the X-2 Series has the precision that gives competitors an edge to […]
Congratulations to all the winners at The Vegas Shoot this year. We had a blast! It was another great year.
Nimes Archery 2018 – 10 of 12 podium steps occurred by Team Easton Shooters The world’s top shooters again proved the precision of Easton technology at the premiere indoor event of the season, the Nimes European Indoor, this past weekend in France. Despite a heavy USA and Korean presence, top podium steps went to […]
Team Easton’s Linda Ochoa-Anderson took the top podium step in the 2018 Iowa Pro-Am this past weekend. Wielding her X23 Easton shafts, Linda bested a field which included many of the top women’s competitors from around the world. The Iowa event is the traditional start of the US domestic indoor pro circuit, with around 600 […]
ARCHERY IN SLOW MOTION Amazing shots of Ki Bo Bae shooting archery with the Easton X10 arrows in slow motion. Similar Articles: Easton Archery – Team Easton Medal Haul at World Cup Stage 3
Greg Easton and Easton Foundations receive 2017 “Building Dreams” Award for work to advance archery’s legacy The United States Olympic Committee has recognized Greg Easton (Salt Lake City, Utah) and the Easton Sports Development Foundation with the Building Dreams Award, which recognizes an individual, group or community that has gone above and beyond in its support […]
Easton’s Proven Deep Six Nocks Now Available in Target Colors for Compound Competition Superb durability and accuracy for higher-energy compound target setups Easton’s Deep Six Nocks feature a compound-compatible large throat design, stiffer, shorter configuration, and extreme durability as well as unmatched precision. As a result, for a decade now Deep Six nocks have been […]
Team Easton shooters dominated the podiums at the first event of the 2017-18 indoor season, with gold medals for recurve contenders Aida ROMAN (MEX), Matteo FISSORE (ITA) and Compound legend Braden GELLENTHEIN (USA). Max MANDIA (ITA), Gabriela BAYARDO (MEX) and Claudia MANDIA (ITA) took the remaining recurve podium steps, while Jesse CLAYTON (USA) and Mike […]
Gearing up for Indoor Target Archery By George Tekmitchov, Easton Target Product Manager/Senior Engineer The long outdoor season has finally ended and already we are about to head straight into the Indoor World Cup and indoor season in general, here in the Northern Hemisphere. So, many of you are getting ready for indoor season, and […]
Every Recurve Medal Won with X10 Shafts Once again the total podium domination of shooters using Easton X10 arrow shafts has proven the performance of the most-winning arrow in modern history. Tough, windy weather helped give an edge to Russian archer Ksenia PEROVA, wielding Easton’s proven Contour Stabilizer System. In the gusty variable winds the […]
Axis Traditional Arrows Doug Easton began his archery company in 1922. His enterprise started out with him in his workshop making handcrafted wood arrows and longbows one at a time. The arrows featured Doug’s own signature cresting applied to the finest hand-selected cedar shafting he could find. Indeed, Easton’s woodgrain Axis is a nod to […]
Salt Lake City—Easton, a leading manufacturer of arrows, stabilizers, and accessories, enlisted National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) students to choose the new Genesis arrow color for the upcoming year. Easton is a NASP sponsor and manufactures the Genesis arrows used in competitions. Student-voters had the option of choosing woodland camo, cinnamon red, black, silver, […]
Easton Target Archery Podcast George and Steve discuss the just-completed NFAA Field Nationals, upcoming USA Archery Nationals, tackle more listener questions, and announce the lucky winner of the Team USA Olympic Quiver! https://EastonArchery.com
Today, July 25 2017, marks 25 years since Spanish Paralympian Antonio Rebello launched a flaming Easton arrow to light the cauldron of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games. This one iconic archery shot, witnessed by an estimated two billion people on television around the world, is still the benchmark for Olympic flame lightings. Easton engineers worked […]
Easton introduces the new FMJ Match™ 4MM arrow shaft for tournament archers. The new FMJ Match™ micro-diameter 4MM is designed specifically toward the high-performance world of competitive compound and recurve archery. The shaft is made using a high-strength carbon fiber core that is then wrapped in a high-precision aluminum jacket. This aluminum/carbon hybrid is engineered […]
Salt Lake City, USA Team Easton shooters laid claim to 54 of 60 available medals at Stage 3 of the Hyundai Archery World Cup held in Salt Lake City, Utah. Competing within walking distance of the Easton Archery manufacturing facility, archers from over 40 countries battled for World Cup Supremacy, with Easton X10 and X10 […]
Ah, Utah. Land of odd drinking laws, soaring mountains with some of the most varied geography on the planet, bright blue skies and “the greatest snow on earth” for the skiing and snowboard crowd. And also, of course, home of the only company making arrows in the USA. Remnants of that winter snow are still […]
The world’s top archers, wielding Easton X10’s, continued their unbroken medal streak in the 2017 World Cup circuit after another total podium sweep at the second stage in Antalya, Turkey. In a hard-fought battle, Rio Olympic Silver Medalist Jean-Charles Valladont of France defeated the USA’s Rio Olympic bronze winner, Brady Ellison, in a four-set final […]
Clint Warner from Easton shows how to fletch arrows with the Quick Bond Vane Primer Pen and Quick Bond Vane Adhesive. Get the primer and vane adhesive at this link: Primer Pen
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The Easton Olympic reputation has once again been upheld this year as the X10 arrow swept all 24 medals in the Rio 2016 Games. The arrow has been chosen by every individual medalist as well as by every team title winner. This year’s sweep marks the 44th year of Easton Olympic dominance. Team Easton extends […]
Gearing Up for Performance in the Sunshine
Another Easton X10 podium sweep heralded the official start of the 2017 World competition season in Shanghai, China, as the first leg of the Archery World Cup saw more than 50 countries contest this premiere event. With the event carried live on NBC sports in the USA, archery fans saw recurve newcomer Steve WIJLER of […]
REDDING, CA April 7 2017- Easton Pro Staff shooter Steve Anderson knew he had no margin for error as it came down to the last arrow at the prestigious Redding Trail Shoot. Two opponents, gusty winds and an orange dot at 88 yards away, with a one arrow shoot-off to decide the winner. “Trust myself […]
At the Italian National Team Trials this past weekend in Italy, Olympian Mauro Nespoli set a new Italian record (and Europe’s first 690+ score) with an outstanding 692/720 recurve 70M round. Using his X10 325 size shafts, Mauro bested the rest of the field in very severe weather conditions- rain and gusty winds- which made his […]
Since their introduction in 2004, Axis arrows have emerged as the go-to for bowhunters looking to increase penetration to take down big game. Although Axis utilizes state-of-the-art carbon for increased durability and speed, most of the hunting-camp talk centers on their ability to out penetrate regular arrows. So how do they do it? The Axis […]
Salt Lake City – Easton is the leader in manufacturing competition shafts for world-class competitors. New for 2017 Easton is introducing the Superdrive 23, built in compliance with the World Archery’s maximum diameter allowance, delivering unparalleled accuracy. Designed for indoor and 3D competition, this high-perfomance, light-mass, high-strength all-carbon shaft was built using proven Superdrive […]
Easton Target Podcast 48 features George and The Big Cat tackling more listener questions, and NFAA President Bruce Cull joins the show to discuss the upcoming First Dakota Classic and the future of The Vegas Shoot. Remember to rate and review on iTunes! https://eastonarchery.com
On Easton Target Podcast 47, Steve and George recap the Arizona Cup and tackle technical questions from listeners around the world. Remember to rate the show on iTunes! https://eastonarchery.com
Steve “The Big Cat” and George are joined by “Rocket” Rod Menzer of Competition Archery product for this special freewheeling podcast covering everything from the USA Paralympic team to Arizona Cup to listener questions. Remember to rate and review on iTunes! https://eastonarchery.com
On Easton Target Podcast 45. George and The Big Cat recap Steve’s big win at NFAA Nationals, talk with NFAA President Bruce Cull about the season past and what’s ahead, and tackle another batch of listener questions. Remember to rate and review on iTunes! https://eastonarchery.com
In Podcast 44, Steve and George handle listener questions on tuning, techniques, the mental game and equipment. Rate the show on iTunes!
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February 16, 2017 NASP® Academic Archer reaches all time high enrollment! In November of 2015, National NASP® leadership and a group of NASP® educators and students met to discuss ways to further enhance the 15 year old program. One recommendation was to establish a uniform incentive and recognition format to recognize and promote academic achievement […]
By George Tekmitchov, Easton Sr. Engineer/Target Product Manager When it comes to finger shooting recurve bows, there is no more important arrow specification than arrow spine. Yes, weight and straightness are very important. But, consistent, correct arrow spine for each and every arrow being shot from a particular setup is paramount to grouping performance. The reason […]
Easton interviews Brady Ellison on his new World Indoor record in Nimes
For 2017 we have created a 140-grain break-off Tungsten point option to complement the new, stiffer Pro Tour 340, and to provide all Pro Tour compound shooters an option for heavier point weight for the 50M round. This arose from a request by some top shooters for a heavier point for testing. The […]
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Alex Wifler (IA) won his first ever senior title at a USAT Qualifier Series Event, taking a 6-2 victory…
With a record 585 competitors from more than 90 nations, the World Archery World Championship in Copenhagen this past week saw Team Easton shooters exclusively armed with Easton X10 and X10 Pro Tour shafts sweep the vast majority of the World Titles contested. Adding a second World Recurve Champion title to his resume, Korea’s Kim […]
George Tekmitchov and World Archery Secretary-General Tom Dielen talk about the World Championship, the future of compound archery and the Olympics. Listen here.
11 of 12 Medals for Team Easton at US Open
New World Record for “Mr. Perfect”
NASP National Tournament in Louisville
Easton dominates Shanghai with 54 of the 60 medals awarded
Easton Foundation grants help make new World Archery Development Center possible
Korean star and Olympic Champion OH, Jin-hyek takes the men’s recurve title in Vegas with Easton’s all-new Contour stabilizer and X10 arrows
Improved strength and accuracy
Video on new Z-Flex Stabilizer system
George Tekmitchov reviews the new Easton Contour
Ultra-High poundage recurve shooters now have a better option
Advanced high strength design for strength, precision, and convenience
Easton creates the ultimate, expedition-grade Recurve Pack for the competitive archer
High performance stability without the “sting” of excess vibration
Advanced Tri-Mod design for highest stiffness, natural vibration dissipation, and less wind resistance
World Archery’s Indoor World Cup circuit highlighting the start of the 2015 season
Triumph -Easton’s new, maximum performance indoor arrow