Easton Xx75 Camo Uni Bushing Arrows With Vanes

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Easton Xx75 Camo Uni Bushing Arrows With Vanes -
The extremely popular XX75 now comes with the Super UNI bushing and Super Nocks installed for unsurpassed alignment and fletching clearance. These 7075-T9 alloy arrows have a strength of 96,000 psi and guaranteed straightness of ± .002". Fletched with vanes. Per 12.
Easton guarantees straightness and consistency in every arrow it offers. Easton specs are true specs. Easton publishes maximum straightness - every Easton shaft will be at least as straight as its spec, and in most cases, better.


  • Unsurpassed alignment and fletching clearance
  • Fletched with vanes
  • Now comes with Super UNI bushing and Super Nocks installed
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Positive Reviews:

The Gold Standard

I have using Easton XX75 arrows for 3 decades now. I tried carbon arrows once and found them lacking. Speed isn't everything. When I shot my carbon arrows with field points into a new broadhead target it took me sitting on the upturned target and pulling with both hands will all my might to get the arrows out. It hurt after a few shots and actually started tearing the skin in the web on one of my hands. It was so bad I was spraying each arrow with WD-40 before I shot it just so I could get it back out of the target without tearing my hands apart. I have never in all my years seen an aluminum arrow that was hard to remove from any kind of target. Most of the time it's an easy 1-hand pull to get them out. Besides being hard to remove from some targets, this is why I much prefer aluminum over carbon arrows:
1. Aluminum is easier to work with. It is easier to cut off to length and the vanes glue on easily without the need for wraps. Also the larger diameter of the shaft makes gluing the vanes on much easier.
2. Carbon inserts are epoxied in place never to be moved again. With hot melt glue, Aluminum inserts can be used over and over and rotated easily to line up your broadhead blades exactly where you want them when tuning.
3. The increased weight of an aluminum arrow may be a little slower than a carbon arrow BUT it retains its speed better down range, i.e. it doesn't slow down as fast plus it will out penetrate a light carbon arrow. You get more kinetic energy over various ranges with aluminum than with carbon arrows, plus the aluminum goes through animals very easily.
4. Aluminum arrows are straighter to start with and made to tighter tolerances than most carbon arrows.
5. The best aluminum hunting arrow in the world (XX75) is significantly less expensive than most carbon arrows.
6. With laser rangefinders, who needs a REALLY fast arrow for hunting anyway? Kinetic energy and accuracy at sufficient speed trump all out speed any day.
7. Aluminum arrows won't shatter.
8. A heavier aluminum arrow is generally a quieter arrow to shoot. It will absorb the acceleration / energy from the bow better than a lightweight arrow. Given all the advantages of aluminum arrows over carbon arrows, I'll take the XX75 over carbon any day. Aluminum XX75's really are the 'Gold' Standard of hunting arrows. (No pun intended.)
Jepter at Cabelas on 12/10/2013

Good arrows for the price

We wanted to stick with the same alum. arrows my son's bow was set up for. After trying all sorts of local archery shops with NO luck, I found them at Cabelas. They seem to shoot accurately, stay straight, and hold up well!
Ron762x54 at Cabelas on 07/09/2013

very quite

5 in fletch fly flat and true, Very quite in flight Even my wife was amazed at how little noise she heard
suddenthunder at Cabelas on 10/15/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Not Good on a Recurve

I'm new to archery using a Bear Grizzly at 50#. I used the Easton "arrow selector" program to select these arrows. They are aluminum with plastic vanes. Come to find out post facto, that I should have purchased feather vanes. My arrow flight is very erratic. I am now in the process of getting expert advice on the correct arrows to use with my bow. I've already damaged 2 of the arrows but I can't blame that on the manufacturer.
AmericanMade99 at Cabelas on 11/05/2013