Professionally fletch and crest an arrow in less than 10 seconds
<\li> Finished product is guaranteed never to slip on you
Specially designed tubing shrinks under heat
Precisely fits any carbon or aluminum arrow shaft
Includes fletching plus three 2'' vanes for each shaft
If you can boil water, you can professionally fletch and crest an arrow in less than 10 seconds--and the finished product is guaranteed never to slip on you. Specially designed tubing shrinks under heat, to precisely fit any carbon or aluminum arrow shaft. Color-matched; includes fletching plus three 2'' vanes for each shaft. 6 pack.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bamalefty07 Great
I put these on some gold tip arrows because the blazer vanes kept coming off of them, and i got tired of bringing them back to the archery shop 25+ miles away, so i put some of these on my arrows and they work great, they never slip, if they do slip you didnt hold them in the water long enough. I nicked a nock with another arrow, and skint the back of the sleeve, but it can trim it and will still work. i had one vane rip off but it was my fualt, i used the wrong pin and hit low in the rocks. Great product!!!
January 15, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by primos869 Disappointed
I bought the gold tip xt hunters with just the shaft and had these recommended to me. I had a hostage rest and was forced to switch to a qad drop away. They were shooting fine for about 30 shots and then all of a sudden I had two arrows ruined, I do not recommend buying these. Get your arrows fletched proffessionally.
January 26, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Flubbo123 Works Well
I just put these on yesterday. Very easy to install. I didn't have any air pockets form. Improved my groupings instantly from the 4 inch vanes I had previously. Only suggestion I have is make sure the water is boiling when you put the arrow in. If they hold up well I will give them 5 stars.
November 30, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Lonnie104 QuikFletch
Just got them in the mail, I followed the direction but there seams to have air pockets around the vanes. O did not shrink up at the end by the nock.
September 2, 2010