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Arco Sport Spigarelli Risers offered by High Altitude Archery

Spigarelli is an Italian premiere manufacturer of archery risers.  In the last few years, their Barebow riser is the one used most frequently by top barebow competitors in the world field archery circuit.  As one of the only training centers that cater to barebow shooters, we can offer a wealth of experience in how the … Continued

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Easton Archery Products offered by High Altitude Archery

Easton offers a full line of target and hunting archery arrows and equipment, and High Altitude Archery carries many of the best Easton Archery products. The Apollo line of target arrows are a great starting place for many target archers.  Experienced competitors will appreciate that we can offer a selection of composite aluminium and carbon … Continued

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Samick Archery Products offered by High Altitude Archery

High Altitude Archery is pleased to offer Samick Polaris and Sage recurve takedown bows as a fine example of recreational-level archery equipment.  Many of our students start their archery experience using Polaris bows.  Most of our rental stock are Samick Polaris bows that have been used for nearly a decade as training bows, and still … Continued

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About Avalon Archery Products

Avalon Archery produces high quality archery accessories like quivers and bags. High Altitude Archery stocks these items as lower cost alternatives, helping you save your money for more impactful accessories like tabs or strings.

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About SF Archery

Sebastian Flute is a French archery champion who has since 1983 been a force in European and world archery. Sebastian Flute Archery products is a partnership between SF Archery France and Win&Win Archery. SF Archery provides design parameters and Win&Win Archery is the manufacturer of SF products. High Altitude Archery is proud to stock Sebastian … Continued

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About Beiter Archery

Beiter is a German company which since 1968 has been in the business of creating plastic injection molded parts. In 1985 Beiter took their experience  in plastic making and turned their attention to archery. Beiter makes the world’s most consistent nocks by utilizing a small set of precision moulds for their parts. Other archery products that … Continued

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