Elite Echelon 37 Compound Bow

Elite Echelon 37 Review

1 editor review
Elite Echelon 37
Editor review:

The Echelon 37 is an outstanding target bow with the ability for shooters to tune it exactly how they want. Although it will still have an Elite draw cycle, the ability to adjust the let-off from 75-90%, in addition to choosing which draw stop style to use (limb stop or cable stop) is really outstanding, and something that may open up the customer base a bit for Elite since they have historically only offered a limb stop aided back wall. The feel of the new technology and integrations into the Echelon 37 are great, and this bow is a flat out shooter. For those wanting any extra edge they can get, the ability to fine tune everything about this bow should gives shooters a competitive edge in the target world. The price is expensive, and the black limbs only are kind of a drag. However, winning target archery competitions can help offset the cost of the bow, and black limbs may not matter much when standing at the top of the podium. Shooters have more say than ever before in regards to how the Echelon 37 shoots and feels, and with some much customization, Elite really has made a target bow for everyone based on how they set it up... read full review

Elite Echelon 37 Specifications

1 version

Manufactured: 2018 (1 version)

Latest version: 2018 Elite Echelon 37

Brace Height 6.75 "
Axle to Axle Length 37.125 "
Draw Length 26.5 " - 31 "
Draw Weight 40 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 298 fps - 343 fps
Weight 4.6 lbs
Let-Off 75% - 90%