Turbo Javelin

3 Reviews
$31.00 to $41.00 $39.00 to $52.00
SKU: 6070
$31.00 to $41.00 $39.00 to $52.00

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ABOUT TURBO JAVELINS:
  • 300 gram and 400 gram are 28" long
  • 500 gram and 600 gram are 42" long
  • 800 gram is 72" long
  • Learn to throw properly "through the point".
  • Safe to throw indoors or out.
  • Soft tip won't cause damage to floors. 
  • Colors may vary.


IMPORTANT INFO:
 
  • If they do bend then you can fix it by heating them up with hot water or in hot sun and then straighten them out and stick in cold water for 10 minutes or so. They are made straight and should come back to straight. 
  • Never throw any turbo javelin in cold weather below 32 degrees. They are made to be thrown in 50+ degrees and on soft surfaces, like grass. They can be thrown on hard surfaces like gym floors but will not last as long as grass or dirt fields.
  • NOSES AND SHAFTS MUST BE KEPT TIGHT. AFTER MANY THROWS THEY LOOSEN A BIT AND THIS MUST BE CHECKED ALL THE TIME
  • Ratings & Reviews

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    This is a great jav to get younger kids interested and even for older kids to work on form!

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    Needed this jab in short notice and it was in stock and quick delivery!

    300g TurboJav very useful

    by -

    Although these TurboJav's aren't suppose to be in freezing temperatures, I gave it a go in snowy weather anyway. This TurboJav was 300g and held up well in the mud, bushes, snow, and concrete. It's still intact after much outdoor use. It only has minor scuffs/scratching on the fins. I was sent a solid red TurboJav.

    As advertised

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    I have had former versions of this product and enjoyed using them to teach and practice technique with my high school javelineers. The new ones I just purchased seem a little heartier than the old versions and I'm looking forward to using them. We have primarily used them indoors, but plan to use them this outdoor season to save wear and tear on our (much) more expensive competition javs.