Easton Involves NASP Shooters to Choose New Arrow

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Easton Genesis Arrow Black NASP Arrows

Salt Lake City—Easton, a leading manufacturer of arrows, stabilizers, and accessories, enlisted National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) students to choose the new Genesis arrow color for the upcoming year. Easton is a NASP sponsor and manufactures the Genesis arrows used in competitions. Student-voters had the option of choosing woodland camo, cinnamon red, black, silver, or yellow as their competition Genesis arrow color. Voting began online earlier this year and wrapped up at the NASP World Tournament in Orlando July 20th. Easton is proud to announce that black is the students’ top color choice for the new Genesis® arrows.

New Black Genesis arrows are available now through NASP Program Sponsors, Cabela’s and Academy Sports, and will be offered to schools and archers beginning September 1st.

For more information about NASP, please see our NASP page.  To view the Genesis arrrow, and other Easton arrows, please visit eastonarchery.com

One Response to "Easton Involves NASP Shooters to Choose New Arrow"
  1. Steve Welsh says:

    One arrow, Three generations. My son & daughter both shot in the Junior Olympic Program in the early 1970s. In fact, I still have their Easton SWIFT arrows they used back then. My GREAT GRANDKIDS are now shooting these 40 year +++ arrows. My GRANDSON is shooting my xx75 anodized orange arrows I shot back then. I checked in our area for a NASP program. What I understand, they have one in the Junior High, A few years away for my elementary age grandkids. PS my 2 kids shot successfully when they were 8 & 10.

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