The Doinker Matt Stutzman Estremo Hi-Mod Stabiliser is perfect choice for Compound and Recurve Archers too. Standard is a complete set of low-profile, 1oz increment stainless steel 421 Weight System, also included is a complete set of weight system screws in multiple lengths.
Constructed using a Premier Modulus Carbon tube that utilizes the all new Truss Dampening Technology which stretches the length of every Onyx stabilizer to perfectly balance the shot. An internal end cap on the bow end of the stabilizer reinforces the carbon to allow shooters to use more weight than ever before.
Archers looking for an even stiffer stabilizer option with proven Carbon Blade aerodynamics are now getting their wish. Introducing Carbon Blade Extra Stiff, featuring flow separation technology to maintain the same incredible 70% reduction in wind drag afforded by the original Carbon Blade, but with an additional 33% stiffness increase.
Convex Taper Technology - reduces stabilizer mass weight while maximizing the stiffness-to-weight ratio. The stabilizer weight reduction design allows for customization and optimization of mass at the end of stabilizer with FUSE custom disc weights where it is most effective for precise balance, aiming, feel and performance
The Carbon Elite has been the stabilizer of choice from top compound Pro archers around the world for many years. This is due to all it's design, features that not only help you hold steady on a windy day, but also take out vibration at the shot.
Sebastian Flute Elite Carbon Long rod has been designed to be used in conjunction with the SF Elite Carbon range of stabilisers. Its aerodynamic shape has been designed to minimize wind resistance. It is light in weight as well as delivering good vibration and shock reduction.
Win & Win have strived to give recurve archers more arrow speed, but with less vibrations. Until now, stabilizers have not been able to effectively reduce vibration. W&W have developed a revolutionary new stabilizer called the HMC PLUS which specifically addresses this issue.