BenSpark’s Holiday Gift Guide – Gear Up and Battle Friends with the HyperStrike Bows from Zing

HyperStrike Kids
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Zing sent me an amazing influencer pack for their HyperStrike Bows for free to add to my Holiday Gift guide. Opinions are my own. These bows are rated for 14+ but we decided that our children have taken archery lessons with real bows and arrow so they could play with these.

The kids have been playing with ZING bows for a very long time. In fact today after we went and did a capture the flag game with the HyperStrike bows I saw in my Facebook memories that six years ago Eva and I were using Zing bows in our Backyard Monster Hunt. We did a few Monster hunts and even did that for Eva’s 6th birthday. There have been a lot of changes in that time, especially with Eva. Here she is six years apart.

Eva and Zing 6 years apart

While Eva has grown up in that time Zing has also made improvements to their toys. The new HyperStrike bows are incredible and can launch darts up to 250ft. We were shooting them across a giant field around the corner from our house. The arrows that we received had embedded whistles in them so you could hear them coming. Luckily Zing also sent us masks to protect our faces. The masks were great, too because they fit over my glasses. I could actually see what I was shooting at! Check out our video below.

Introducing HyperStrike, a breakthrough in backyard battle from Zing. Designed with patented loop-and-launch technology, these high-performance bows can launch its whistle arrows over 250 ft.! Available now in orange carbon, green camo, blue (Target exclusive), and red (Costco exclusive).

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