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#1 Rowdy Yates

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 04:42 PM

Fusion Vanes


  • The Fusion™ Vane sports a 2 inch long, high profile, design based upon the increasingly popular foot print of today’s short vane designs but, all similarities end there. With a profile similar to a traditional shield cut, the modified silhouette increases the surface area of the most critical point to the vanes anatomy. This unique design minimizes cross wind interference while maximizing broadhead flight and arrow stabilization.
  • Two distinctly different proprietary polymers are used to separately create the clear base and colored blade of the vane. They are then “fused” together during the manufacturing process. By employing a soft suction fit base and a durable and responsive, tapered blade, we have created a completely unique flexible, forgiving, and easy to fletch vane that has all the positive characteristics modern archers look for unrivaled flight and accuracy. No cleaning or preparation is needed for Fusion™ Vanes.

  • Because our blend of materials requires no primer or any other material on the base of the vane for adhesion, DURAVANES have an unlimited shelf life.
I fletched out some arrows in these vanes. They went on very solid and easy. The base is wider and holds to the shaft firmly. The vane itself is stiffer feeling than the materials in the Bohning Blazer vane and Flex Fletch Flash vane, both are roughly the competitive equivalent in the 2" broadhead size vane. When being shot it does seem very quiet in comparison to the Blazer and the Flash vanes.
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Here's a profile comparison with the three vanes, the Fusion is in the middle, the Blazer vane is in the front and the Flash is on the end.
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And one other with the Blazer in front of the Fusion to show the height profile of the vane and their two silhouette. And on the lined paper you can see the the length difference fairly easy.
I think this vane has all the makings of a very good alternative to the popular Blazer in the 2" size market.
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