Here’s a fantastic shaft, built with high-strength carbon, a small diameter for increased penetration, and a price that bowhunters can afford. Mid-weighted for a good blend of speed and penetration, and outfitted with Easton’s slimline H-nocks, you’ll love the feel and performance of the new Carbon Aftermath. You don’t have to spend a fortune to get a great-shooting arrow – and the graphics are pretty stunning too. Gotta’ love it.
Easton has been leading the way in hunting arrows since the 1940s. Their experience and technology shows in every product they produce. Easton shafts are used by more bowhunters, crossbow hunters, 3D competitors, target and Olympic archers than all than all the other brands combined. Numbers like that don’t lie- Easton is top notch quality. Put your mind at ease and get some arrows from Easton, you won’t be disappointed.
EASTON CARBON AFTERMATH SPECIFICATIONS
This spine chart is normalized for modern compound bows with IBO speeds between 280-330 fps. For faster bows, read chart one block down and to the right. For slower bows, read chart one block up and to the left. Chart not applicable for traditional bows. NOTE: Actual arrow spine deflections do not necessarily match the manufacturer’s marketed spine sizes (Gold Tip 5575, Carbon Force 200, Carbon Express 60/75, etc.). Manufacturer spine sizing systems may be arbitrary (100, 200, 300, 400) and may or may not reflect the arrows’ actual spine deflections. For example, a “Carbon Express Maxima 250″ has an actual spine deflection of .404″, not .250” as the sizing suggests. In this case, the rating system is arbitrary. To be safe, DO NOT assume an arrow’s published spine size matches the arrow’s actual deflection. See actual arrow specification data above before using this chart to select an appropriate spine stiffness for your bow. If you need help, call our pro-shop at +358 45 208 6292 or email us for assistance.