The Hunter’s Niche line of Predator take-down recurve bows has been known for its traditional bow performance, quality, and value for more than 20 years. Now the company has applied its proven design, manufacturing techniques, and advanced-materials technology to a new line of traditional bows. The new LoBo is a reflex/deflex hybrid longbow design that combines recurve performance with elegant one-piece longbow simplicity.
The LoBo was inspired in part by loyal customer demand for a shorter hunter-focused longbow that delivered on all the key benefits of the proven Predator recurve—class-leading speed, smooth draw, ergonomic grip profile, point-of-aim arrow shelf and aesthetic wood combinations.
Traditional enthusiasts will immediately recognize the LoBo’s unique solid-riser construction, made from new-for-2011 Hunter’s Niche-exclusive “Futurewood.” Futurewood is made of stabilized domestic hardwoods impregnated with a proprietary acrylic resin. This process gives the riser blank increased strength, added weight for stability in a short bow, improved weather resistance and enhancement of the wood’s natural beauty. Several exotic wood options are also available.
The LoBo is available in right- or left-hand models, with draw weights ranging from 40 to 70 pounds. Three different lengths are offered: 58, 60 and 62 inches.
For more information on this and other premium traditional archery gear, contact Hunter’s Niche, PO Box 142, East Tawas, MI 48730, 989-984-0838, or go to www.huntersniche.com.