Bows are being announced left and right. It can be awfully hard to keep track of all of the exciting new technology. Check out the latest bow models in this guide of 2020 bows.
Mathews’ 2020 VXR 28 is fueled by the award-winning, highly efficient and extremely accurate Crosscentric Cam system. The VXR 28 produces arrow speeds that reach up to 344 fps, and its SwitchWeight Technology allows dealers/owners to change peak draw length and draw weight in 5 pound increments through the cam’s module. It is offered in 60-, 65-, 70- and 75-pound peak weights, with modules programmed to provide ultra-smooth draws and maximum efficiency at specific settings. The VXR 28 measures 28 inches between the axles, weighs 4.44 pounds and has a 6-inch brace height. Learn more at Mathews’ website.
Bear’s 2020 Status EKO has a completely redesigned cam system. The company’s Align Lok Technology is imbedded in a superbly balanced, “hollowed” riser, along with other proven technologies available only from Bear. The EKO Cam System allows users to customize the let-off to 75, 80, 85 or 90 percent, without sacrificing performance and while also maintaining consistent draw length. The Status EKO propels arrows to IBO speeds of up to 344 fps with a 6-inch brace height, and it has forgiving and steady 33-inch axle-to-axle specs. Check it out at Bear Archery’s website.
Elite Archery’s 2020 Kure combines shootability and adjustability. Users can custom-tune their bows to particular shooting styles and equipment, and the new ASYM Tri-Track Cam system provides that hallmark Elite feel. The cam system is equipped with an exclusive Versa Mod Rotating Module, which provides 7 full inches of draw length adjustments and 70- to 90 percent let-off adjustments—all without a bow press. The Kure has forgiving 32-inch axle-to-axle specs and a 6 9/16-inch brace height. It also has an IBO speed of 335 fps. Learn more at Elite Archery’s website.
APA’s new Mamba 28MT has a 350 fps IBO rating, and it was designed for bowhunters who like to hike in light and pack out heavy. This Mamba’s compact design delivers smooth and quiet performance in an ultra-light and compact 3.6-pound, 28-inch package. Setup and tuning is made easier through APA’s new adjustable Micro Tune Cable Guide, allowing you to easily tune your bow on the range or in the field, with no tools required. Learn more at APA Archery’s website.
PSE’s 2020 EVO NXT bows are all about three things: reduced hand shock, laid-back limbs and a true dead-in-hand feel. They also feature PSE’s all-new ComfortGrip system, which gives users the choice of PSE’s proven riser grip for lower torque, or the company’s new molded grip overlay for improved comfort. Additionally, PSE has added a new, lower stabilizer location to increase the pendulum effect for a more accurate shot. Learn more at PSE Archery’s website.
Revolt against everything that’s ever held you back from becoming the x-cutting, hair-splitting archer you’ve always aspired to be. The Revolt is powered by Bowtech’s patented new Deadlock Cam System that delivers permanently-perfect arrow flight and all the accuracy and confidence that comes with it, in a smooth-drawing, dead-silent, wicked-fast 30” platform to maximize your every opportunity in the woods this fall. This bow also features the revolutionary Deadlock Pocket, Deadlock Cable Containment, Clutch Performance Grip and hits speeds at 335 fps. Learn more at Bowtech’s website.
The all-new Evolution XS is the perfect compact bow for any hunting application. It’s light, fast, and features the highly adjustable new OB Adjustable 4-Track Cam System. The Evolution XS generates speeds up to 338 fps, making this the total package. It’s outfitted with the new OB Adjustable 4-Track Cam System for easy tuning and superior arrow flight. The rotating module for adjustable draw lengths requires no bow press. It features a compact design for the tree stand or blind. Learn more at Obsession Bows’ website.
Martin Archery puts a lot of effort into gathering and utilizing feedback from pro shooters and customers. Everything that Martin shooters have suggested to the company has been incorporated in the new Axxon lineup for 2020. These bows are sure to be winners, and this was recently proven when Keith Trail won the Midwest Open with a Martin Axxon NXT 40. Visit Martin at the ATA Trade Show to see the company’s incredible new lineup, or learn more at Martin Archery’s website.
Built for tight spaces and stealthy maneuverability, the Alpha Series bows are engineered for bowhunters who hunt from tree stands, ground blinds or those putting in brutal backcountry miles where every ounce counts. The Carbon RX-4 Alpha hits speeds of 342 fps with a 29 ½ inch axle-to-axle length. This bow weighs a mere 3.9 pounds and comes in a multitude of colors. Learn more at Hoyt Archery’s website.
Gearhead Archery is disrupting the industry with its 2020 bow called the Disrupter. It is a prefect blend of the best features from the B Series, an amazing draw cycle from the T Series and price tag that is easy on the wallet. Gearhead Archery incorporated the amazing look of the B Series shoot through riser design, which is a pillar of strength and rigidity. The Disrupter utilizes the Zero Gap limb pocket to obtain a 15-pound draw weight adjustment. Draw length specific cams deliver a super smooth draw cycle and limb stops provide adjustable let off with a rock-solid back wall. Learn more at Gearhead Archery’s website.
Xpedition Archery’s new MX-16 is fueled by Kevin Strother’s newly designed 80-percent let-off (adjustable) HDS cam. This system allows archers to manipulate feel and performance through limb or cable stops, and it accommodates draw lengths from 26 to 31 inches in half-inch increments through a rotating module. The MX-16 propels arrows to IBO speeds of 348 to 352 fps. It weighs 4.2 pounds and measures 32.75 inches between the axles. Learn more at Xpedition Archery’s website.
The TRX 36 offers a 36 inch axle-to-axle with a 6.5 inch brace height. The new wider riser adds rigidity throughout the sight and rest-mounting locations, while added cutouts minimize weight. This new riser design also features 3D Damping to reduce post-shot vibration. The TRX 36 is powered by the highly efficient Crosscentric Cam system to deliver accurate energy with an incredibly smooth draw. Mathews’ new overhauled AVS and Zero-T axle bearings improve overall strength and rigidity to increase accuracy and consistency for the shooter. New enlarged diameter stabilizer bushing also increases stiffness of shooters’ stabilizer set up, enhancing accuracy. Learn more at Mathews’ website.
The Perfexion XL brings to bear the full scope of Xpedition’s aerospace pedigree to influence archery design and unparalleled precision manufacturing. The Perfexion XL’s features the PXT dual limb stop hybrid cam with an unprecedented 6” of draw length adjustment on one base cam, ½” modular draw adjustment and Xpedition’s signature adjustability. The Perfexion XL is fast enough for 3D in spite of its 8” plus brace height, yet still prioritizes the smooth draw that target archers require. Its rigid riser defies flex and recovers with the consistency that had previously been reserved for shoot through designs. It is engineered and assembled to make scores climb and X rings easier to hit. Learn more at Xpedition Archery’s website.
The 2020 Elite REZULT delivers a game changing set of technologies that, combined, put professional performance and tuning options into the hands of every day archers. Designed and developed by professional archers, the REZULT tunes faster and easier, saving time and leaving frustration at the door. Built for any shooter looking for a bow that delivers real results, the REZULT is here. Learn more at Elite Archery’s website.
Lock in a new level of accuracy and competitive dominance. Powered by Bowtech’s patented new DeadLock cams and components, the Reckoning 38 is simply the ultimate in permanent, repeatable downrange precision for today’s target archer. It’s an evolution of the 2019 Reckoning, reengineered with the added stability and balance of a 38” axle-to-axle length. And is simply the tightest group of accuracy-enhancing, competition-winning attributes ever combined in a single platform. Learn more at Bowtech’s website.
The all-new INVICTA signals a major advancement in compound competition bows. Built with Hoyt’s longest, most stable riser platform, their fastest, smoothest limb and cam combinations, an all-new, patent-pending modular grip system for customized grip angle and draw length adjustments, an adjustable cable guard bar, StealthShot, and dual-locking rest holes, the INVICTA is built to win. With nearly 50% less vibration and noise, victory never felt so good. Choose either 37 or 40 inch axle-to-axle with your choice of the all-new DCX cam or the tournament proven SVX cam. The new INVICTA is like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. Learn more at Hoyt Archery’s website.