V Club Archery Fiberglass Arrow - Plastic Vanes Fletcher - Traditional / Recurve / Compound Bow (SP500, SP700, SP1000)
Price RM19.70
Size (L x W x H) 85 cm x 12 cm x 11 cm
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  • Cheap and affordable compare to carbon arrow
  • Greater durability
  • More consistent in flexibility and straightness compare to wooden arrow

Product: Fiberglass Arrow


  • Shaft: fiberglass
  • Nock: plastic
  • Vane: plastic
  • Point: metal


  • SP1000
  • SP700
  • SP500


  • SP1000: Black white
  • SP700: Yellow white
  • SP500: Blue white


  • SP1000: 30g
  • SP700: 37g
  • SP500: 39g

Shaft diameter:

  • SP1000: OD 6mm
  • SP700: OD 7mm
  • SP500: OD 8mm

Shaft length:

  • SP1000: 80cm
  • SP700: 80cm
  • SP500: 80cm

Vane length:

  • SP1000: 2.5 inch
  • SP700: 3 inch
  • SP500: 3 inch

Suitable bow:

  • SP1000: Traditional, recurve (less than 15lbs)
  • SP700: Traditional, recurve (16-25lbs)
  • SP500: Traditional, recurve, compound, straight pull (26-40lbs)

Suitable class: Rookie archer


  • SP1000: non-exchangeable point, non-rotatable nock
  • SP700: non-exchangeable point, non-rotatable nock
  • SP500: exchangeable point, rotatable nock

Packing list:
- 1x Fiberglass Arrow

What are the advantages of fiberglass arrow?
Fiberglass arrows are arrows where their shafts are made of glass fiber. They are a perfect choice for rookie archer as they are cheap and affordable compare to other arrows such as carbon arrow. Fiberglass arrow allows you to learn whether archery is something you enjoy before investing some coin on equipment. Besides, when compare to wooden arrow, it has a greater durability and is more consistent in flexibility and straightness.

What is an Index vane?
By observing an arrow, you will see that there is always a vane with a different color from the other two vanes. This is an index vane. Index vane allows you to nock the arrow in such a way that when the arrow is loosed, it has as little friction acting upon it as possible. The lesser friction against the arrow, the straighter it flies.

Which direction should an index vane face?
Basically, if you're using a recurve bow, make sure the index vane points away from the bow. However, if you're using a compound bow, the index vane may be pointing up or pointing down, depending on the type of arrow rest you're using.

What's in the box

Packing list:
- 1x Fiberglass Arrow