Easton X23 Shaft dozen
Easton X23, a competition shaft for the ultimate and best performance in indoor target archery, incredible strength, a very big arrow with an outside diameter of 23-64 or 0.359 inches, sleek, classic, diamond polished anodised silver finish, the bigger the arrow, the more lines you're going to cut
Easton X23 Shaft dozenPrice: $137.95
$125.41 excl. GST**
** Your price if you do not reside in Australia
Easton X23 Shaft dozen Description
Easton X23 Shafts are the competition shaft for incredible strength and an unmatched performance record at the world's most prestigious indoor archery events such as The Vegas Shoot where regulations allow a maximum diameter 23 class shaft.
The bigger the arrow, the more lines you're going to cut.
It's that simple. And the Easton X23 is a very big arrow.
This is an aluminium arrow that's got an outside diameter of 23-64 or 0.359 inches.
It's not allowed in all tournaments, so check the rules of your tournament for arrow size requirements and limitations.
The sleek, classic, diamond polished anodised silver finish is distinctive on the line and in your quiver.
These are heavy shafts up to 11.8 grains per inch and so it's going to work best indoors, at distances of about 18.3 metres or 20 yards.
Easton X23 Shafts come with Uni-Bushings. Nocks and Points are sold separately.
- The competition shaft for the ultimate and best performance in indoor target archery events
- Incredible strength and unmatched performance
- Straightness: +/- .001" guaranteed
- 7178-T9 aerospace alloy
- Weight tolerance: +/- .75%
- Diamond polished anodised silver finish
- Strength (psi) 105,000
- Available in shaft sizes of 2312 (9.5 gpi), 2314 (10.8 gpi) and 2315 (11.8 gpi). Please specify size
- Stock length 34.5 inches. Please specify Shaft Length
- Factory installed Super Uni bushing (19 grains)
- Takes a Super Nock, 3D Super Nock or MicroLite Super Nock, 100, 150 & 200 grain one piece points are sold separately
This is what people have said about Easton X23 Arrows.
5 out of 5 stars. "Excellent arrow. Shoots great from my Pro Comp Elite. 2315, 200gn tip, 32" overall." From Robert Hoover from USA
5 out of 5 stars. "Love em'. I absolutely love them, they shoot great, and are legal in world archery. For me shooting 29.5" shaft, 100 grain points, 29" draw length, 65% let off, 59# elite victory shoots a bullet hole, absolutely amazing." From Jon Shea from USA
5 out of 5 stars. "There X7's Is there a better shaft? Best indoor arrow ever! I shoot recurves and all the carbon that size need 250-300 grains up front to spine. and the X23 is legal everywhere!" From arrowchucker from USA
5 out of 5 stars. "Great arrow. Upgraded X7. Love the new finish." From pete from USA
At the 2014 NFAA Vegas Tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada, shooters swept the podium at the world's premier indoor event using the Easton X27 shaft. X27 is made of the highest grade aerospace aluminium alloy and is quite possibly the most accurate arrow ever produced.
"The qualities of aluminium alloy make it hands down the most consistent, repeatable material to use in arrow manufacturing. The consistencies in spine, straightness and weight make it the premier choice for absolute precision for an archer shooting at these highest levels of competition," said George Tekmitchov, Senior Engineer and International Technical Advisor for Easton.
With more than 2,000 archers from 50 countries this was a record shattering Vegas turnout. With surgical precision, Mike Schloesser from the Netherlands became the first European shooter ever to take the $25,000 Vegas first place purse in a three way shoot-off against fellow Easton X27 shooters Rob Morgan from the USA and Sebastian Peineau from France. Schloesser shot three perfect 10's to clinch the Vegas title in the pressure-packed shoot-down finals.
"We designed the X27 and X23 to highlight the superior characteristics of the legendary aluminium target shafts to flat out win," said Logan Wilde, Easton Pro Coordinator and one of the 13 perfect-score shooters in the finals. Competitors using X2 arrows took 10 of the 14 final shoot off qualifying positions and nearly all of the $250,000 in Vegas Shoot prize money.