Elite Kure Compound Bow

Elite Kure Review

1 editor review
Elite Kure
Editor review:

The Kure adapts to each shooter, without the need for a bow press, to match exactly how shooters like their rigs to feel. The 31 13/16- inch axle-to-axle is somewhat compact, while still maintaining some stability. The mass weight is a bit heavy, but the Kure carries the weight well, and never feels unbalanced or uncomfortable. For those wanting a solid performing hunting bow, the Kure is competitively priced with other flagship hunting models, and offers more customization than elite has ever provided on a hunting bow. It would be nice for Elite to offer some additional camo patterns, although the three included look great. It may take some getting used to seeing the cable in the sight picture. The bow may be too slow for some shooters, and may be too heavy for others. However, all these are personal preference items. The Kure is a flat out shooter, and that is not based on personal feeling. For those on the market for a flatout hunting bow, the Kure has a comfortable shot and is easy to hold on target. For an MSRP of $1099, the 2020 Elite Kure is worth a test shot for anyone interested in a top end hunting bow with interest in tinkering to get the desired set up personally outfitted to each shooter and their equipment... read full review

Elite Kure Specifications

1 version

Manufactured: 2020 (1 version)

Latest version: 2020 Elite Kure

Brace Height 6.563 "
Axle to Axle Length 31.813 "
Draw Length 23 " - 30 "
Draw Weight 30 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 265 fps - 335 fps
Weight 4.6 lbs
Let-Off 70% - 90%