Easton Introduces Carbon Legacy Traditional Arrow

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posted on October 27, 2021
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Easton has announced a new shaft in their traditional line of arrows—the Carbon Legacy. This new addition comes fletched with three, 4-inch left-wing helical feathers including a traditional barred index feather, with combinations of solid red, white, and bright-yellow hen feathers. The Carbon Legacy owes its accuracy to a .244-inch ID standard-diameter construction with a straightness of ±.006-inches. It is available in five popular hunting sizes (340, 400, 500, 600, and 700), and includes RPS inserts and pre-installed 6.5 mm 3D Super Nocks.

The Legacy combines the traditional look of wood-grained carbon with high-visibility white-dipped and hand-feather-fletched craftsmanship for a vintage aesthetic. “We really wanted to make the Carbon Legacy something special,” stated Gary Cornum, Easton marketing director. “We went back into our archives and found some of Doug’s 1920’s arrows and borrowed ideas from his original wood shafts to inspire the look we were going for.”

For more information, please visit eastonarchery.comMSRP: $69.99

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