Fuse Carbon Blade dominates Vegas
Feb 11: Reo Does It Again
Carbon Blade enables Reo WILDE to slice through the competition at the 2011 Vegas Shoot, just concluded in Las Vegas.
The Fuse Carbon Blade victories keep rolling in!
Capping an incredibly successful indoor season, reigning outdoor World Champion Reo Wilde shot arrow after arrow after arrow in the 10 ring or bullseye to take what might arguably be the highest pressure victory in compound archery - the legendary Vegas shoot off.
With the perfect shooting from his Fuse Carbon Blade equipped compound and more than $45,000 in potential winnings at stake, Reo stayed on top of the world, defeating the other 13 shooters in the shoot-off including fellow Fuse Carbon Blade shooter Russell Payne.
Reo’s Vegas achievement capped Saturday night’s Archery World Challenge shoot off in which Reo shot against other top shooters from across the globe who took part in the first leg of the World Challenge in Nimes, France last month for another dominating performance and win.
"My Carbon Blades’ anti-torque design really has proved itself, but nowhere did I appreciate this more than in Vegas with all that pressure. It was amazing, all weekend the feel was making me so confident - the Carbon Blades hold like the bow is rooted to the ground! What a great feeling!" said the jubilant Reo after his second ever Vegas win.
Reo has won nearly every major event he has entered since he first put Fuse Carbon Blades on his bow in time for the last major outdoor event of 2010, the Gator Cup. Since then he’s knocked off five major titles including this latest achievement in Vegas.
"It was really amazing and gratifying how many shooters and spectators came to visit the Fuse booth this weekend to get their hands on the new Fuse Carbon Blades. We were running full time just trying to keep up with the demand from shooters who wanted to test shoot the rigs we had available - it’s pretty clear that they understand the concept and based on the comments, it’s obvious that archers can really feel the difference" said FUSE spokesman Mike Luper, describing the frenzied scene at the FUSE booth in Vegas.