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Easton Arrow Selection at Cabela's

Easton Arrow Selection

Author: Cabela's Staff and Easton

At fist, this chart seems a bit challenging to use, but if you follow the simple steps listed below it is easy to determine your correct arrow shaft size for your individual set up.

Choosing the right shaft for your particular bow/broadhead combination is paramount to achieving good accuracy. Arrows flex when released, and the amount of flex is determined by the spine stiffness of the arrow in conjunction with the overall length, broadhead (or field point) weight and bow poundage as well as some other minor factors.

Luckily, we don’t have to determine which shaft will shoot best by simple trial and error. Easton, through years of experience and testing has compiled a shaft selection chart that takes these numerous factors into consideration to pick the right arrow for you.

At fist, this chart seems a bit challenging to use, but if you follow the simple steps listed below it is easy to determine your correct arrow shaft size for your individual set up. (Note: several shafts may work for your set up - all selected shafts will work well, but some may shoot slightly more accurately or fit your individual needs better than others.) Experimentation with the different selected shafts in your particular bow will tell the tale.

  • Step 1: Determine your correct arrow length. This is not to be confused with draw length, but the actual length from the cut shaft to the valley of the nock.
  • Step 2: Determine your actual peak weight.
  • Step 3: Determine the weight of your broadhead or field point.
  • Step 4: Next, find one of two point weight choices - 100-grain or 125-grain. Move down the column to the box that indicates your peak draw weight.
  • Step 5: Move across the row in a horizontal direction until you locate the column indicating your correct arrow length.
  • Step 6: One or more recommended sizes are listed in the "Shaft Size" column.

 


Easton Sizing Chart
Speed Cam
100 Gr.    125 Gr.
26"
Shaft
27"
Shaft
28"
Shaft
29"
Shaft
30"
Shaft
31"
Shaft
32"
Shaft
47 to 52 44 to 49 -
-
-
2213
2018
2117
2117
2216
2412
-
52 to 57 49 to 54 2016 2114
2018
2213
2018
2215
2117
2314
2216
2412
2413
2315
2315
2219
57 to 62 54 to 59 2114
2018
2213
2018
2215
2117
2314
2216
2412
2413
2315
2413
2315
2219
2415
2317
2514
62 to 67 59 to 64 2213
2018
2215
2117
2314
2216
2412
2413
2315
2315
2219
2415
2317
2514
2415
2514
2317
67 to 73 64 to 70 2215
2117
2314
2216
2412
2413
2315
2315
2219
2415
2317
2514
2514
2317
2514
2317
73 to 79 70 to 76 2314
2216
2413
2315
2315
2219
2415
2317
2514
2415
2514
2317
2514
2317
2419