Bohning Heat Vane 2.5" 100's
Bohning Heat Vane 2.5", lower profile hunting vane, great for 3D archery & use with fixed blade or mechanical broadheads pushing performance to the extreme with a leaner, meaner profile, durable, rigid, stiffer material to withstand the rigours of bowhunting and long distance shots
Bohning Heat Vane 2.5" 100'sPrice: $37.95
$34.50 excl. GST**
** Your price if you do not reside in Australia
Bohning Heat Vane 2.5" 100's Description
Vane clearance issues are covered with this new lower profile hunting vane from Bohning.
A versatile, low profile hunting vane, the high performance Bohning Heat Vane makes a great choice with any broadhead and 3D archery arrow setup.
Good for indoor, 3D archery and works with both fixed and mechanical broadheads.
Constructed from a durable, rigid, stiffer material to withstand the rigours of bowhunting and long distance shots.
Can be used for both bowhunting and 3D archery.
This lightweight vane is made of a material that stands up to heavy usage for trustworthy performance.
Length 6.35cm or 2.5", profile or height 1.04cm or 0.41", weighs just 0.39gms or 6 grains. Sold in packs of 100. Made in the USA.
Available in 8 terrific colours.
- Neon Orange
- Neon Yellow
- Neon Green
- Satin Blue
- Hot Pink
- Please specify colour choice
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This is what people have said about the Bohning Heat Vane.
5 out of 5 stars."Work well. Modified my Arizona mini and it worked great. Fly really nice, good bye blazers. Too bad they don't come in tiger colors. Used the zing kling glue and prep." From Scott from USA
4 out of 5 stars. "Great vanes. I bought these to see if I could get a little more clearance compared to my blazers. They are stiffer than blazers. They flew really well for me, pretty much the same as blazers but much better clearance of the cables. I prepped the shafts with acetone and used easton glue. They bonded to my carbon shafts VERY well. Highly recommend these." From Kennyo from USA