Diamond Archery By BOWTECH New Bows For 2014

With a new carbon-riser bow weighing just 3.3 pounds, and super-fast single-cam touting 343 fps, Diamond is making a splash in 2014.
Diamond Archery By BOWTECH New Bows For 2014

Benefitting from all the hard-hitting technology pioneered by its "Big Brother" company BOWTECH, Diamond Archery continues to turn heads for its high-performance, high-value offerings.

2014 includes its lightest bow ever, as well as one of its fastest.    

Diamond New Bows 2014Carbon Cure

For 2014 Diamond introduces its first carbon riser bow, the Carbon Cure.

Weighing a grin-inducing 3.3 pounds, it’s powered by the Throttle Cam single cam boasting Diamond’s extremely friendly rotating module system that adjusts from 27 to 301⁄2inches.

Axle-to-axle is 32 inches, and the Carbon Cure reaches a top speed of 325 fps with a 7-inch brace height and full 80 percent letoff.

Built around BOWTECH’s Knight riser, it also features BOWTECH’s famous Octane factory strings.

It’s R.A.K. equipped, comes in a Mossy Oak Infinity finish, and with a retail price of $699 it’s a super-smooth, super-light carbon bow at a great price.

Fear No Evil

Diamond New Bows 2014Diamond’s Throttle Cam Tech, billed as “the fastest single-cam technology available today,” is at the heart of Diamond’s Fear No Evil, developed in collaboration with Fear No Evil television host Chris Bracket.

At 343 fps the Fear No Evil is undeniably fast.

It boasts a lot of Diamond’s newest technology including the FLX-Guard cable guard to reduce cam lean and torque, a fully machined riser, seven-layer laminated limbs, a twin-machined center-lock limb pocket system, premium Octane strings, and a rotating module with draw lengths running from 26 to 30 inches.

It’s on the light side at 3.95 pounds mass weight, and axle to axle it’s 32 inches.

Brace height is 61⁄8inches and draw weights are 60 or 70 pounds with an 80 percent letoff.

Available only at Dick’s Sporting Goods in Realtree APG, the Fear No Evil has a sticker price of $849 R.A.K. equipped.


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