Centaur Archery Navajo String Silencer

Centaur Archery Navajo String Silencer

Item # 1034476 | Catalog Page # 304


The Navajo String Silencer by Centaur Archery is perfect for traditional archers looking to reduce string noise. The silencer is constructed of wool and contrasting guard hair from an exotic sheep called the Navajo, a descendant of an ancient Iberian breed, the Churra.  After forced decimation to near extinction, an effort was made to help Navajo people recover and nurture the breed that was vital to their heritage. Now, a century and a half later, the Navajo is rare yet stable and its wool is highly prized by artisans and fiber enthusiasts. This wool is unusually strong and the ultimate for rugs, saddle blankets, outer garments and now, string silencers. Each and every silencer is painstakingly handcrafted to retain the authenticity, quality, functionality and tradition desired by the most discriminating archer. Unlike heavy hide or synthetic-based silencers, Navajo silencers are ultra-lightweight and retain performance while exceptionally dampening vibration. Due to its rugged, waterproof, lightweight, performance retaining and vibration-dampening qualities, Navajo wool is nature’s answer for the perfect string silencer.


  • Archery Style: Traditional
  • Construction: Navajo Wool
  • Installation: Between twisted bowstrings