2020 Press Release – 11/13/19
Xpedition Archery is breaking the mold in 2020! At this critical time in the archery industry, many manufacturers have recycled old designs and left the hunting / shooting community thirsting for something more. The expectations of the modern archer deserve more.
The table has been cleared of preconceived notions and imagined limitations. The Xpedition lineup features several advanced attributes that highlight the consistency of the bow that is historical strong for the brand. The design team’s goal for 2020 was to engineer a bow that instills confidence and feels right in the shooter’s hand when they enter the woods or step to the line. Xpedition President Mark Heck says “Our belief is that confidence comes from building a tough as nails bow that can function in extreme conditions and feature the smoothest shot cycle on the market. This year’s bows feature enhanced limb pockets, forged risers, and cams that can customize the backwall.”
MX-15 & MX-16
New to the XA lineup for 2020 is the ultimate hunting series bow from top to bottom. The precision engineering of a perfectly balanced forged caged riser makes this bow consistent for every shot. This series is fueled by Kevin Strother’s newly designed HDS cam, which allows the archer to manipulate the feel and performance of perfection with the ability to run limb or cable stops. The limb stop creates a rock-solid back wall and the cable stop allows for a more cushioned feel. In response to customer demand, these bows feature quiver mounts and rear stabilizer mounting options. The MX-15 & MX-16 offers speeds that will not only rival, but dominate the competition.
Back by popular demand is XA’s most sought after model. The reinvented Denali LX (DLX) carries the same overall platform as its predecessor. The DLX shares the same brace height and axle to axle length but is vastly improved to enhance the shooter’s experience. The forged caged riser, updated limb pocket design, and the HDS cam creates a crossover bow that perfectly blends stability, consistency, and performance for the competition line or in the field.
XA’s loyalist would argue the Xplorer SS was the best overall short axle to axle bow in modern history. The Xscape, new for 2020, re-enters this category as a 30-inch rocket ship. The Xscape shares a riser design and look that blends the Xplorer SS and the popular Mako X. This design has a more rigid riser for stability, maintains a lightweight compact profile, features HDS cams with rotating mods and a newly designed limb pocket system. The HDS cam provides an IBO rating up to 350 fps and ability to manipulate the back wall with limb or cable stops. This bow blends lightweight maneuverability with precision performance whether on the mountain top or out of a ground blind.
Learn more at xpeditionarchery.com