Rogue Spectra Flemish Twist Bow StringItem Number: 4245X
$20.99 $20.99
Made in the US
Rogue Spectra Flemish Twist Bow String

Rogue Spectra Flemish Twist Bow String

Item Number: 4245X
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Go Rogue with some of the best engineered Flemish twist bow strings in the industry. The staff at Rogue Bowstrings design and craft every high performance string as if it is being made for championship shooters.

Using 18 strands of Spectra material with .024" Halo center serving, Rogue Bowstrings builds these strings for performance, durability, and quality. Spectra is the same material previously known as FastFlight® (by Brownell). These bow strings are hand twisted using black and tan material, and they are pre-stretched to at least 100 lbs of tension per ATA specs, ensuring the perfect fit for your longbow or recurve bow.

Note: Order by string length not bow length. Available in Longbow model (54" to 68" in one inch increments), and Recurve model (44" to 68" in one inch increments). Please specify.

Measure the bow string you have and round up to the nearest full inch. If you don't know the length of your bow string a good rule of thumb is that a longbow will take a string 3" shorter than they are marked and a recurve takes a 4" shorter bow string. So, if your bow is a recurve and is marked AMO 60", a 56" bow string should fit.

NOTE: High Performance string material is not recommended for all bows. Please check with your bow's manufacturer to see if your bow is rated for low stretch, high performance bow strings. For older bows, or ones you cannot confirm are compatible, we recommend Dacron (B-55) string material.

Flemish strings are made of several strands of string material twisted upon themselves. It is possible for the area by the string loops to appear to be fraying. This is common and is not damaging to the string. To remove the fraying rub your hand on the strands to lay them down. The wax in the string will hold the strands down, but may disappear after some use. You can trim the fraying strands, but this is not recommended. If the wax is not holding the stands down, you can apply some String Makers Wax to the area.

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