New Large Diameter Arrow Technology Used to Take ASA Pro/Am Title
London, Kentucky—Archery pro, Jeff Hopkins, had his game dialed in this weekend as he took the top spot at the ASA Pro/Am in London, Kentucky. Lightweight super fat arrows are the top choice for 3D competitors nowadays, and Jeff used the Easton® Carbon Full Bore™ to win his way to the top of the podium. Engineered specifically for world-level competition, Full Bore mixes speed and large-diameter to make it the ultimate shaft for indoor and 3D archery. The lightweight Full Bore delivers speed perfect for the 3D circuit where targets are placed at unknown distances. Speed, coupled with an oversized diameter, helps archers cut the line to the next higher scoring target ring. These attributes combine to help competitors pick up a few critical points that can often put a shooter in winning position. Full Bore uses a maximum-allowed 27/64” diameter with target-precision specifications to give 3D archers the edge to score higher with the exactness needed to take it all the way to the title.
Easton shooters are no strangers to the winner’s podium. Since archery returned to the Olympics in 1972, Easton arrow technologies have been used to win every medal. Super large diameter Full Bore arrow design draws from these same technologies using multi-layer SuperliteTM carbon construction with precise tolerances that allow shooters to worry less about equipment and focus more on shot execution.