Nerf is expanding its arsenal!
The new Stryfe X is the first high-performance half-dart blaster from Hasbro’s famed foam division. As an upgrade to the beloved platform first introduced under the N-Strike Elite series in 2013, this compact contraption celebrates a decade’s worth of Nerf battles and features a premium design and enhanced performance for pro-level competitive play.
Created for Nerf enthusiasts ages 14 and up it is the first release in the upcoming Nerf Pro series. Built for both durability, reliability, and performance, the Stryfe X sports an eye-catching orange- and-black colour scheme and includes an enlarged grip for greater comfort. Each Stryfe X also comes with 30 AccuStrike half-length darts, which have been created for use exclusively with the Stryfe X blaster and magazine. Durable and designed for repeated use, the darts are engineered for extreme distance, accuracy, and velocity thanks to a stable trajectory and unique AccuStrike tip. When paired with the Stryfe X semi-automatic firing mechanism, each half-length projectile can achieve an impressive sport-grade velocity of up to 150 feet per second!
Additional features include tactical rails, a stock attachment point, and a sling mount. An included 15-dart quick-swap magazine can be added for some extra firepower! Protective eyewear is provided and has been designed to contour to the face for a secure and comfortable fit. There is also a universal USB-A to USB-C charging cable for use with the removable LiPo rechargeable battery.
The Nerf Pro Stryfe X is currently available for pre-order on Amazon for $129.99 USD. Its official retail launch will follow on October 15.
Guaranteed to provide a competitive edge in all your backyard battles, this state-of-the-art foam flinger proves that, even after 30 years, it’s still Nerf or Nothin’!
Will you pull the trigger on the Stryfe X?
About The Inspiration
Introduced by Parker Brothers in 1969, Nerf (which is an acronym for ‘non-expanding recreational foam’) is known for its wide variety of foam-based toys and enthusiastic community of collectors. Currently owned by Hasbro, the Nerf brand has evolved to include several models over the years, ranging from the female-aimed Rebelle to Wrist Flyers and the popular DIY Zombie Strike range.
The original Stryfe blaster hit stores in 2013 as part of the N-Strike Elite series, bringing with it a small acceleration trigger that allowed the toy to be powered up for firing. It featured two tactical rails as well as barrel extension and shoulder stock attachment points. This now-discontinued semi-auto blaster could fire up to four darts per second and had a firing range of up to 50 feet.