Hoyt Pro Defiant Turbo Compound Bow

Hoyt Pro Defiant Turbo
  • Hoyt Pro Defiant Turbo Review

    1 editor review
    Editor review:
    With bow technology as advanced as it is, shooters have become more and more eager each year to see what companies are going to release to help them justify a new bow purchase to stay current with the latest and greatest technologies on the market. The 2016 Hoyt Pro Defiant Turbo was great in regards to the limbs and DFX Turbo cam system working with each other to create a very solid user experience. Shooters hoping Hoyt expanded on that for 2017 may be a little disappointed to see the Pro Defiant Turbo just get a new riser and some additional finish options. However, the Defiant platform and the DFX cam system are all great technologies and form a really nice shooting bow in all areas. The DFX Turbo cam is still flinging arrows at an achievable 350 feet per second, with a 6-inch brace height, with and axel to axel measurement that feels more like a target bow than a 33-inch axel to axel bow. Shooters wanting a great performance bow produced by one of archery's giant companies will have just that with the Pro Defiant Turbo. Those wanting a completely reengineered bow with completely new technology and specifications may be disappointed. For shooters more interested in how a bow shoots and feels in the hand, the Pro Defiant Turbo will be a nice choice... read full review
  • Hoyt Pro Defiant Turbo Specifications

    1 version
    Manufactured: 2017 (1 version)
    Latest version: 2017 Hoyt Pro Defiant Turbo
    Brace Height 6 "
    Axle to Axle Length 33 "
    Draw Length 24 " - 30 "
    Draw Weight 30 lbs - 70 lbs
    IBO Speed 350 fps
    Weight 4.4 lbs
    Let-Off 75%