Flex Fletch 1.87" Shield cut. Clean base of vane really good. These are tough vanes and fly great. I have been using them for many years.
Awesome vane. I use Denatured Alcahol to clean the bases on mine. Flex fletch uses a relasing agent on the base of the vane so you have to make sure and clean it good or they won't stick. But they are like little clone troopers. They will all stand up straight on the base and will all weigh within +- .1 grain-with most of them weighing the exact same (only 2 or 3 out of a pack of 39 will weigh differently). I am not sponsered by them or anything like that, fyi.Flex Fletch 1.87" Shield cut. Clean base of vane really good. These are tough vanes and fly great. I have been using them for many years.
Thank you sir, thats what I am going to try!Flex Fletch 187 shield cuts gets my vote as well. Low profile and one of the most durable vanes you're going to find on the market. Target pass-thrus do not rip or wrinkle the vanes all up and you when you do get a tear from another arrow hitting the vane all you need to do is cut a "v" notch at the tear site and the arrow will continue to group with the rest.
The Flex Fletch can be much easier to adhere now as well without all the cleaning/prep if you pick up Flex Fletch's Zing primer. No cleaning of the vane's base is needed. Don't even need to clean the arrow shaft. Just brush the Zing primer on the base of the vane, dries in a couple seconds, apply bead of Flex Fletch's fast set glue, stick to arrow. I like to leave the vane in the clamp for about a minute, but not necessary, and then onto the next vane. FF's fast set glue doesn't turn white either from what I've observed. Glued up some of my son's indoor arrows with FF vanes back in Dec and they are still on solid after using the Zing primer...can't even pull them off.