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OTE Intermediate Tailwind - 800g, 600g Javelin

by OTE
£634.50

The Intermediate Tailwind is a great club javelin.  This javelin is ideal for throwers who are developing their technique.  It will self-correct on an imperfect release and is forgiving enough for athletes to throw their best whilst pushing their technique to the next level. 

OTE javelins are preferred by some of the world's top throwers.  Handmade in the USA in the tradition of javelin pioneer Dick Held.  

The Intermediate Tailwind javelin is at the top of our 'Intermediate Club' range. 

OTE Intermediate Javelin Specifications

800g
  • Flex: 7.1
  • Distance Rating: 60m
  • World Athletics Certificate: I-14-0696

600g

  • Flex: 7.2
  • Distance Rating: 40m
  • World Athletics Certificate: I-14-0691

 

The headwind version is available on request, with a 6-8 week delivery.

What is the difference between a headwind and tailwind javelin?

Headwind (H)
A headwind version of an OTE javelin describes a streamlined tip designed to help cut through the wind. This javelin tip, because of its small surface area, will have self-correcting characteristics when a thrower misses the point, adding valuable distance to a missed throw. The headwind version is ideal for 'power' throwers who lack perfect technique but make up for it with strength and torque.

Tailwind (T)
A tailwind version of an OTE javelin describes a thicker, more blunted tip that increases the surface area in front of the javelin. When a thrower hits the point with a tailwind version of an OTE javelin, it will mimic the old rules style javelins, with a beautiful floating flight and greater distances. This tailwind version is ideal for 'finesse' throwers who lack high outputs of power, yet throw at a high technical level.

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Please check the weight specification for the correct weight for your gender and age