Bear Archery 2022 Lineup of Bows

The 89-year-old archery company has announced the addition of more than 10 new bow models across its compound, traditional and crossbow lines.

Bear Archery 2022 Lineup of Bows

Bear Archery recently revealed its technology-loaded lineup of 2022 bows. The all-new lineup of bows brings new technology, greater value, and a broader offering to Bear’s already robust product suite.

For 2022, Bear is introducing a new flagship compound, the Refine EKO. Bear says that this 33-inch axle-to-axle bow is the most quiet and dead-in-hand bow in its class. With arrow speeds up to 342 fps IBO and a mass weight of only 4.4 pounds, the Refine EKO offers both performance and comfort. The bow features a revised Vibration Reduction System (VRS) from what the industry saw on the Redemption EKO last year. The VRS is guaranteed to eliminate more effectively heard and felt vibration in every shot. The bow also receives a new ergonomic GRIZgrip, designed to more comfortably fit shooters hands, as well as new KILLERWAVE in-limb dampeners. The Refine sports EKO cams, which have quickly become one of the most preferred systems available on bows today.

Bear Refine EKO
Bear Refine EKO

Also new for 2022 is the Resurgence RTH (Ready To Hunt). This bow features Bear’s first ever 80% let-off hybrid cam system. The new DHC cam system found on the Resurgence not only offers an incredible 80% let off, but also brings one of the most efficient draw cycles to the brand’s line. The Resurgence RTH is a 32-inch axle-to-axle, 6.25-inch brace height, Ready to Hunt package at a never-before offered price point in the Bear line. The DHC cams offer speeds up to 335 fps IBO and includes a draw stop for archers that prefer a rock-solid backwall. The Resurgence RTH sports the new GRIZgrip and KILLERWAVE limb dampeners making it silent and comfortable on the range or in the field.

Bear Resurgence RTH
Bear Resurgence RTH

The 2022 lineup of Bear Archery compound bows sees several other additions including the Alaskan, Whitetail Legend Pro, Escalate, Species EV, and Resurgence LD. Each bow was strategically designed to offer the best experience regardless of price point.

For small-frame archers, Bear is introducing the 2022 Pathfinder. This lightweight, capable, introductory-level compound was developed to accommodate young archers. The Pathfinder stretches from 14 to 25 inches in draw length and can accommodate draw weights between 15 and 29 pounds. The youth bow comes ready to shoot with a single pin sight, two arrows, a Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit, two-arrow quiver, and a nock set.

Bear Kodiak Hunter
Bear Kodiak Hunter

In addition to seven new compound bows, Bear is making several changes and new introductions to their 2022 traditional line of bows. For the first time since the 1960s, the legendary Kodiak Hunter returns to the line (above). Featuring a shedua riser with a black inlaid stripe and arctic grey glass limbs, the 60-inch bow was an instant success more than 50 years ago due to its longer length, top performance, and smooth draw curve. The Kodiak Hunter joins the legendary Bear Archery Kodiak recurve line with the 1959 Kodiak reproduction, Super Kodiak, and Kodiak Magnum.

For more information on Bear Archery, visit www.beararchery.com.

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