|Product SKU||TenXion archery - flagship, Traditional Bow, Snake Skin Premium|
|Size (L x W x H)||20 cm x 6 cm x 140 cm|
Set ini termasuk:
1x Traditional bow + string
1x PVC Leather Bow bag With Arrow Quiver
1x PVC Leather Left-hand finger guard
1x PVC Leather Thumb guard
1x PVC Leather Arm guard
1x Spare string
1x Bow Sarung Carrier
1x Arrow Tube
1x PVC Leather Waist Arrow Quiver
Material: Epoxy fiberglass, locust wood (hardwood)
Poundage: 15 / 20 / 25 / 30 / 35 / 40 / 50 / 55 lbs
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Bow weight: approx. 0.6kg
Bow length after stringing: (reference only)
Suitable class: Adult, Kids, All-level archer
Well-calibrated and perfected straightness for better shooting performance
Made from epoxy fiberglass which has high resilience and durability
Bow suitable for both left-hand and right-hand archers (kindly note that only left-hand finger guard is available for right-hand archer)
What is bow poundage?
Poundage (LBS) is the unit used to measure the draw weight of a bow when drawn to 28 inches. The higher the bow poundage, the higher the draw weight exerted on your finger.
Common mistake when choosing our draw weight (bow poundage):
A common mistake we often make when choosing the draw weight of our bow – choosing draw weight that is too heavy for us (especially for beginners). It is much easier for us to learn the proper technique when the draw weight is suitable for us. However, it will become immensely difficult if our bow poundage is too heavy.
How to determine my suitable draw weight?
If you are unsure, we would always recommend that you start with a lower draw weight. There is no “right/correct” draw weight as it’s just a matter of suitability and the simplest advice that we can give here is to pick your draw weight according to your fitness and pick the lighter draw weight when in you are in doubt.
Adult female beginner: 20-30lbs
Adult male beginner: 25-35lbs
Is my draw weight too heavy?
Try holding your bow at target level, draw your bow without much movement and you should be able to point at the target while drawing your bow. If you have to draw at the ceiling/pull your head back every time you draw your bow, your draw weight is possibly too heavy.
What happens if draw weight is too heavy?
Slower improvement, unstable performance, inaccuracy and possibly picking up bad shooting habits that are difficult to unlearn.