2016 Mathews Bow Lineup
While the rut in most of the country is winding down, the bow shopping season is heating up and there’s no better brand to check out right now than Mathews Inc. Today, Mathews released their 2016 archery lineup and they’ve got some big, big news. The 2016 Mathews bow lineup includes an all new flagship bow that is Mathew’s hardest hitting bow yet, the Mathews Halon. There is also an addition to the NO CAM lineup with the 2016 Mathews NO CAM HTX.
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2016 Mathews Halon Bow
The 2016 Mathews bow lineup introduces the all-new Mathews Halon. The Mathews Halon brings on a new Crosscentric cam, that was inspired by the No Cam and employs a partially concentric string payout and AVS Technology. This means that the bow is faster and more accurate and delivers an arrow that goes straighter at longer distances. With the Halon, shooters will have more consistent groups at longer distances and will love the stealthy draw in this incredibly quiet and rock solid bow.
Mathews Halon Bow Released
Available in 75% and 85% let off and coming in a variety of colors including Lost Camo XD, Lost Camo OT, Black, Black Tactical and Stone, the Halon is equipped to fit your needs and attitude. The bow is 30 inches from axle to axle and can reach speeds of up to 353 feet per second. It weighs in at 4.6 pounds and can be had in a five, six and seven inch brace height.
Mathews Halon Video
Check out the new Mathews Halon Video below and read on for the No Cam HTX information.
2016 Mathews No Cam HTX
Last year’s huge introduction of the NO CAM HTR was big news in the archery industry. The Mathews No Cam HTR was a revolutionary bow that garnered rave reviews from shooters of all ages and skill levels. The new Mathews NO CAM HTX builds upon the HTR’s stellar reputation by providing an even smoother draw, better accuracy and many new features. The NO CAM HTX includes Mathews’ new bridged riser design, rigid quad limbs, twin Harmonic Stabilizers, and is fitted with the all-new FlatBack™ grip. The HTX comes standard in Lost Camo® XD, and is also available in Lost Camo® OT, Black Tactical, Black Anthem and Stone.
Mathews No Cam HTX Bow
Be on the lookout for our reviews of the amazing 2016 Mathews Archery lineup. We’ll fill you in on our thoughts on the 2016 Mathews No Cam HTX and the Mathews Halon.