For 2015, Mathews has introduced six new bows, four of which feature the company’s groundbreaking new No Cam ST Technology.
This revolutionary system boasts two circular and concentric string tracks, which allows the string to travel at a constant distance from the center of rotation during the shot cycle and eliminates camming action on both the top and bottom string tracks. This makes for an incredibly balanced and synchronized system with straight and level nock travel for unparalleled accuracy.
No Cam ST Technology is featured on the new No Cam HTR ($1,099). This 32-inch axle-to-axle standout boasts a brace height of 6 5/8 inches and speeds up to 330 fps. The No Cam HTR is equipped with shorter, more rigid quad limbs, a less reflexed riser, twin Harmonic Stabilizers and the Mathews Focus Grip. Available in 50-, 60- and 70-pound draw weights and in draw lengths from 24 to 30 inches, the No Cam HTR comes standard with RockMods available in 65-, 75- and 85-percent letoff. The No Cam HTR is available in five finish options: Black Anthem, Tactical, Lost Camo, the new Stone Tactical and the new Lost Camo OT.
And because that No Cam ST Technology is so balanced and so accurate, Mathews put it into a new and improved target bow, which is available in 7-, 8- and 9-inch brace heights (the TRG 7, TRG 8 and TRG 9). New cutouts on the less reflexed riser provide added strength and stability, while the RockMods make for a solid back wall and additional customization in terms of letoff (65- and 75-percent). The 38-inch axle-to-axle TRG ($1,799) comes in draw weights of 40, 50, 60, 70 and 80 pounds and in draw lengths from 26 to 31 inches. The TRG is available in Black Anthem, black, red and blue.
Those archers who liked the Mathews Chill X will find much to love about the new Chill X Pro ($1,499), a hybrid bow that features an integral grip favored by competitive shooters. The Chill X Pro, which measures 35 inches from axle to axle and features a 7-inch brace height, gets a solid back wall and the ability to customize the letoff (75- and 85-percent) from its RockMods. Capable of speeds up to 336 fps with 75-percent letoff, the Chill X Pro offers draw weights of 50, 60 and 70 pounds and draw lengths from 25 to 31 inches. The Chill X Pro comes in black, red and blue.
Mathews has also introduced a sure-to-please bow in its Solocam line. The new Z2 ($849) measures 30 inches from axle to axle, making it easy to maneuver in the confines of a treestand or ground blind. The Reverse Assist Roller Guard makes for a silky-smooth draw cycle, while the forgiving 7-inch brace height promotes accuracy. The lightweight Z2 is capable of speeds up to 330 fps. This bow sports Mathews popular Focus Grip and is available in black, Lost Camo and Lost Camo OT. The Z2 offers draw weights of 40, 50, 60, 65 and 70 pounds and draw lengths from 25 to 30 inches.
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