SPEARWERX Blue Javelin
SPEARWERX BLUE is our new entry-level javelin designed for beginners or throwers that have difficulty getting the javelin to land point first. SPEARWERX BLUE has a more forward weight distribution compared to the RAPTOR line of javelins. The forward balance allows the javelin to correct in flight when the thrower "misses the point" during the throw. This is most commonly seen in beginner throwers.
SPEARWERX BLUE meets all High School, NCAA, AAU, USATF, and IAAF specifications.
- High Grade Aluminum Alloy Shaft
- Chrome Plated Steel Head
- Forward Balanced
- Bold New Color
- Available in 600 and 800 Grams
- Add Your Name or School Decal on the Javelin
- Meets all IAAF and USATF Specifications (IAAF Submission in Progress)
- Outstanding Customer Service After the Sale
Custom Decal- We can create a custom decal with your name, school, inspirational quote, etc...
Protection - Each SPEARWERX Javelin is shipped in a rugged, reusable, PVC case.
Answer the questions below to help you determine which javelin is best for you.
What is the distance rating of the Raptor? RAPTOR orange is an intermediate level javelin comparable to a 70m javelin for the 800g and a 50m javelin for the 600g. Two additional models the RAPTOR BLUE and RAPTOR GREEN are the beginner and advanced models (Fall 2016).
What makes the RAPTOR different from other javelins? There are many differences, first is the head of the javelin, it is a precisely machined part that is built to perfection, the very tip of the javelin has a replaceable stainless steel point that will not rust and has no parts that can come loose. The RAPTOR will never “rattle”. Other javelins use a cheap steel head that is dipped in nickle plating. Nickle plating chips then the steel rusts underneath.
Some manufacturers (OTE / Nemeth) have an aluminum head but they use carbon steel for their points. Carbon steel will rust! SPEARWERX is the only company in the world using stainless steel points.
What other features set the RAPTOR apart? All javelins are made with a stiff aluminum alloy shaft, the paint is put on electro-statically, tolerances are maximized, and… where else can you get your name, school, or logo laser marked on the head of the javelin? NOWHERE!!!