Feathers & Fletching

Fletching refers to the aerodynamic stabilization of your arrow in air. In archery, we widely use the term ‘fletching’ or ‘fletches’ to refer to the feathers that impart the drag on an arrow in flight that creates that stabilization. Each individual feather is referred to as a fletch and because of the natural occurrence of bird feathers to have both rough and smooth sides, as well as a natural curve (determined by which wing the feather comes from), these have long been adhered to arrows to keep the projectile from tumbling during flight.

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