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Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1
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out of 1 review
Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1 Review

The Bottom Line:Hoyt says the REDWRX badge is a new indicator of the best they have to offer. The new RX-1 has gone through a significant amount of research and development, and has withstood Hoyt's 1500 dry fire tests and a million draw cycles. This durability should instill a great amount of confidence in potential buyers they are getting a product that will last as long as they want it to. The new finish options are amazing, and the "Keep Hammering" tribute to one of the largest hunting advocates in the world, Cameron Hanes, is a great move by Hoyt. The new split cable design changes to what some other companies have moved to, and the high let-off is a welcomed change for many bow hunters as well. The 32-inch axel-to-axel measurement is a sweet spot for hunting bows, between being compact and a longer rig more like a target bow. The added weight helps to balance the RX-1, but it makes the carbon bow as heavy as an aluminum bow, which is a huge selling point for carbon in the past. Although the RX-1 is the best Hoyt has to offer for 2018, it comes with a $1549 bare bow price tag. Shooters could easily purchase two more budget friendly, aluminum riser bows for the cost of one carbon, or get a high-end aluminum riser bow and deck it out with all new accessories for the same price. Is the bow worth $1549? The only person able to answer that is the one paying the money, but regardless of how nice the bow is, many people will not even pick one up based on the cost... read full review

2018 Hoyt Carbon RX-1

Brace Height

6 "

AtA Length

32 "

Draw Length

24.5 " - 31 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

340 fps

Weight

3.9 lbs

Let-Off

85%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1 Ultra
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Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1 Ultra Review

The Bottom Line:The Ultra reverts back to when Hoyt produced 35-inch axel-to-axel flagship hunting bows. The upgrades for the 2018 calendar year gives shooters the sense that every single component of the bow is well thought out and properly executed. The draw is outstanding, and the new cam system is without a doubt a step in the right direction in terms of tune ability and arrow flight. The high let-off feels outstanding even if the arrow speed is a bit slow based on 2018 standards. The overall weight of 4.1-pounds bare bow is heavier than previous carbon models, and starts to feel more like an aluminum bow, which some shooters will love and others will hate. The new camo patterns are outstanding, and truly give every buyer an option matching their style and personality. The price of $1599 is extremely expensive, even if it is the best of what Hoyt has to offer for 2018. This price is bordering on outrageous, but they are still going to sell a ton of them based on how well they perform... read full review

2018 Hoyt Carbon RX-1 Ultra

Brace Height

6 "

AtA Length

35 "

Draw Length

25.5 " - 32 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

330 fps

Weight

4.1 lbs

Let-Off

85%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1 Turbo
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Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1 Turbo Review

The Bottom Line:The REDWRX series is the stamp of approval from Hoyt meaning the bow is the best of everything Hoyt has to offer. The RX-1 Turbo is the speed demon of the new series, and an ATA rating of 350 feet per second places the Hoyt among many of the fastest bows on the market, especially considering the higher let off of the RX-1 Turbo. Some shooters may be hesitant with the brace height dipping below 6-inches on the new offering, but it will not impact others based on the easy to manage draw cycle. The new axel-to-axel measurement of 32-inches will be great for some shooters, and not ideal for others, but the 32-inch measurement is a sweet spot for many hunters being compact enough to fit in most hunting situations and stable enough to not feel like a compact model. The price is absolutely outrageous at $1599 retail, and even at that price, Hoyt will still sell tons of these. Perhaps the largest negative to the actual bow itself is the overall weight of the bow. 3.9-pounds, realistically over 4-pounds with the dampening accessories added, which every shooter will use, is very heavy for a carbon riser. It may help with being stable on the shot, and it does balance perfectly, but carbon used to have a selling point for being lighter and easier to carry over long hauls. This bow is not necessarily lightweight, and just being a little warmer and a little stronger than aluminum may not be enough for paying the premium price for 2018. The bow shoots outstanding, feels amazing on the draw and shot, and flings arrows extremely fast considering the high let off options. If shooters can move past the price and do not care about the added weight, the Hoyt RX-1 Turbo will make tons of people very happy... read full review

2018 Hoyt Carbon RX-1 Turbo

Brace Height

5.875 "

AtA Length

32 "

Draw Length

26 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

350 fps

Weight

3.9 lbs

Let-Off

85%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


Hoyt HyperForce
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Hoyt HyperForce Review

The Bottom Line:The Hyperforce is great! The bow shoots well, offers everything shooters want in a 2018 hunting bow, and features Hoyt advancements in technology that are improvements on previous model designs. It is disappointing to see Hoyt seemingly moving away from aluminum risers with the 2018 model year. In the past, Hoyt created the same number of carbon and aluminum riser bows, but for 2018 the company decided to make three version of the carbon riser, and only one with an aluminum riser. This will force diehard Hoyt fans into spending more money to get the carbon model of their choice, or to look for a different brand altogether. The Hyperforce is a great piece of machinery, and the ZT Hyper cam, combined with the rest of the technology advancements for 2018 are pretty outstanding for those wanting a 32-inch axel-to-axel bow. For those wanting a turbo, or the longer axel to axel model offered in past years, being forced to spend an additional $500, or switch brands is a really tough pill to swallow. Hoyt produced an excellent bow with the Hyperforce, but its appeal has been reduced by only offering one version for the entire market... read full review

2018 Hoyt HyperForce

Brace Height

6 "

AtA Length

32 "

Draw Length

24.5 " - 31 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

340 fps

Weight

4.3 lbs

Let-Off

85%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Klash
User rating:
out of 1 review
Hoyt Klash Review

The Bottom Line:Hoyt Archery took what was a great bow platform, made a few key improvements, and reintroduced it as the all new Klash for 2017. With a lightweight, modern, parallel-limbed riser, a vast array of adjustability in both the draw weight and draw length ranges, and a compact design, this compound has it all. For $429 MSRP, an archer gets to choose from more than ten color and finish options from the factory and receives a basic sight, arrow rest, and quiver to boot. What's not to like?.. read full review

2017 Hoyt Klash

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

28 "

Draw Length

18 " - 29 "

Draw Weight

15 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

300 fps

Weight

3.5 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2017 - 2018
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Pro Defiant
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Hoyt Pro Defiant Review

The Bottom Line:The Pro Defiant is a great shooting compact hunting bow, which feels great on the shot and is designed to simply perform. It is not category winning in any specific area, but simply shoots great, and is backed by a pretty recognizable name in the archery world. Some shooters may be disappointed in the 2017 Pro Defiant because it does not offer anything earth shatteringly new over the previous 2016 model. However, it is important to keep in mind how great the DFX cam system is to shoot, and how well thought out the shorter hunting bow actually is. For diehard archers wanting a shorter bow, the Pro Defiant deserves a test shot without a doubt... read full review

2017 Hoyt Pro Defiant

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

30.5 "

Draw Length

24 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

331 fps

Weight

4.2 lbs

Let-Off

75%, 80%

Manufactured: 2017 - 2018
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Powermax
User rating:
out of 3 reviews
Hoyt Powermax Review

The Bottom Line:The Powermax is a budget friendly bow in the medium range of new 2016 models, which should appeal to a large number of shooters and archery styles. The Powermax may make a great 3D bow for a female shooter, a higher end hunting bow for a youth shooter wanting to get a little more serious, or a nice back up bow for someone that likes to be prepared for a variety of circumstances. The Powermax is replacing the Charger, which several shooters felt was a solid combination of high-end technology and price. The MSRP of the Powermax set at $499 is pretty tough to beat, and although the price is relatively low, the bow is a flat out shooter no matter what the price is. To have a compact bow shooting 328 feet per second with the customization the Powermax offers, this model should be a really great seller in the mid-range for Hoyt in 2016... read full review

2016 Hoyt Powermax

Brace Height

6.75 "

AtA Length

31 "

Draw Length

24 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

328 fps

Weight

3.8 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2016 - 2018
Specs changed, see full specs


Hoyt Pro Defiant Turbo
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Hoyt Pro Defiant Turbo Review

The Bottom Line: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

2017 Hoyt Pro Defiant Turbo

Brace Height

6 "

AtA Length

33 "

Draw Length

24 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

350 fps

Weight

4.4 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2017
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Pro Defiant 34
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Hoyt Pro Defiant 34 Review

The Bottom Line:The Pro Defiant 34 is a true multi-purpose bow that is perfectly capable of 3D, spot shooting, and hunting without compromise. This is convenient for shooters that want one bow that can truly do anything shooters demand out of it. The Pro Defiant 34 price tag of $1099 is much easier to justify when one bow can be used for everything. Hoyt went the extra mile to engineer a 34-inch bow that feels more like a 37-inch string angle. The largest downside on paper is the underwhelming 325 feet per second speed rating. The Pro Defiant 34 does have a 7-inch brace height, but it is still pretty slow for a 2017 bow. Some shooters may not love the overall 4.4-pound bare bow weight either, but in the end it should make shooters a bit better having a heavier bow to start with. Diehard Hoyt shooters may be disappointed with a 2017 bow with minimal changes from the 2016 models, but the Pro Defiant 34 is a legit bow, which tunes and shoots phenomenally well. Those interested in purchasing one bow to shoot all year should have no reservations giving the Pro Defiant 34 a test shot... read full review

2017 Hoyt Pro Defiant 34

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

34 "

Draw Length

25 " - 31 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

325 fps

Weight

4.4 lbs

Let-Off

75%, 80%

Manufactured: 2017
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Carbon Spyder FX 30
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Hoyt Carbon Spyder FX 30 Review

The Bottom Line:Hunters continue to demand the most performance from their rigs while maintaining shootability and forgiveness. The Carbon Spyder FX is a short bow with an actual draw length feel of a longer axel-to-axel model, cams that shoot up to 330 feet per second, and a 6 3/4-inch brace height for forgiveness. Shooters wanting the ultimate compact hunting bow with a weight of only 3.6-pounds should take a serious look at the 2016 Hoyt offering. An MSRP of $1399 is not cheap, but for the serious archer, a hunting bow with these specifications and favorable draw cycle may be worth the extra money in the long run... read full review

2016 Hoyt Carbon Spyder FX 30

Brace Height

6.75 "

AtA Length

28 "

Draw Length

23 " - 29 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

330 fps

Weight

3.6 lbs

Let-Off

80%

Manufactured: 2016 - 2017
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Carbon Defiant Turbo
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Hoyt Carbon Defiant Turbo Review

The Bottom Line:The Carbon Defiant Turbo is a speed bow with great performance. However, it is important to keep in mind performance will come at a price. The draw cycle and the back wall have a different feel than the regular DFX cam system, and although it is very smooth, it will be more aggressive as well. There are a lot of shooter chasing the fastest arrow speeds possible, but the real advantage to a fast shooting bow is the ability to add some arrow mass or shoot lighter poundage without having to compromise speed to get it.There are a lot of bonuses about getting the 2016 Carbon Defiant Turbo model, but a $1499 price tag for a bow is a tough thing to swallow for many shooters on the market. Those purchasing a carbon riser bow will more than likely love everything about it, but it could just be overselling the bow to justify the price. There is no doubt about the Carbon Defiant Turbo being a great shooting performance bow, but the price and no real upgrade in performance from last year may keep some shooters from pulling the trigger on it... read full review

2016 Hoyt Carbon Defiant Turbo

Brace Height

6 "

AtA Length

33 "

Draw Length

24 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

350 fps

Weight

3.8 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2016 - 2017
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Tribute
User rating:
out of 1 review
Hoyt Tribute Review

The Bottom Line:The Hoyt Tribute is a throwback from days gone by with its longer than normal riser and the 45" axle-to-axle designed primarily for the finger shooter. This bow has the feel of a traditional bow and the technology of a compound bow. It can also be shot with a release, so almost anyone can shoot this bow. It can be adjusted as low as 30# all the way up to 70# and can be shot in any situation although most shooters prefer to keep in mainly on the 3D course or just as a target bow.The added weight of this bow aids in the vibration dampening and allows it to be held on target with less movement most get when trying to hold a lighter bow on the "x ring." There is nothing that says this bow is only for targets though. It is very effective as a hunting bow also. The shooter just needs to know his surroundings to make sure there are no low hanging limbs or maybe even a shooting rail on the stand, as each can hit the limbs of the bow affecting your hunting situation. If you are one of those that likes the feel of the traditional bows, but you like the compounds too, this could be the bow for you as it melds the feel of each in a quality piece of workmanship for all to enjoy... read full review

2013 Hoyt Tribute

Brace Height

8 "

AtA Length

45 "

Draw Length

26 " - 34 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

274 fps

Weight

4.8 lbs

Let-Off

65%

Manufactured: 2013 - 2017
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Defiant Turbo
User rating:
out of 2 reviews
Hoyt Defiant Turbo Review

The Bottom Line:Hoyt has openly marketed the Turbo models in the past for those with a shorter draw length or those not wanting to compromise speed, but not able to pull heavy poundage. Perhaps the reason for not marketing the bow to the masses was the slightly shorter axel-to-axel measurement of 33-inches. With the newly designed limbs and cams, the new sting angle should be more of a positive for those wanting a turbo performance bow at the upper range of the draw cycle. Those interested in a high performance bow should give the DFX Turbo cam powered bow a legitimate shot. The performance and brand new design comes at a premium price of $1049, but Hoyt has been a top-notch company for a long time and they generally have prices at the upper range of the accepted market price. To be honest, it is really tough to bash a completely redesigned offering created from the ground up, by a company like Hoyt. Does that mean the Defiant Turbo is the perfect bow for everyone? Absolutely not. However, the engineering that went into creating a speed bow is worth a look for those in the market for performance... read full review

2016 Hoyt Defiant Turbo

Brace Height

6 "

AtA Length

33 "

Draw Length

24 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

350 fps

Weight

3.8 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2016
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Carbon Defiant
User rating:
out of 1 review
Hoyt Carbon Defiant Review

The Bottom Line:The Carbon Defiant has been designed as one of the most ideal compact bows in regards to engineering a great shooter without compromise. Although Hoyt is not the first company to use highly pre-stressed limbs and cams to offer a more favorable string angle, they are marketing the benefits. The decent 331 feet per second is nothing to write home about, but combined with a 7-inch brace height and a smooth drawing DFX cam, many shooters will not be stuck on the mediocre speeds. Carbon bows have a feel all to themselves, and the Carbon Defiant continues this trend. $1449 is a lot of money to spend, and many shooters are experiencing much longer wait times to get their 2016 Carbon Defiants from the factory. However, those not able to give up the carbon feel after a test shot will be very pleased with the benefits the carbon model has on paper. Shooters wanting a completely redesigned bow with a lot of really great technologies and features owe it to themselves to give Carbon Defiant a test shot... read full review

2016 Hoyt Carbon Defiant

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

31 "

Draw Length

24 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

331 fps

Weight

3.6 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2016
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Defiant 34
User rating:
out of 1 review
Hoyt Defiant 34 Review

The Bottom Line:The Defiant 34 returns shooters to the feel of a longer axel-to-axel measurement bow with the convenience of a shorter measurement. It was not long ago the archery industry was full of 37-40-inch bows marketed for treestand hunting. Trends pushing toward shorter axel-to-axel bows have finally joined up with the feeling and stability of a longer model for Hoyt in 2016. Hoyt is not the first company to incorporate more preloaded limbs, but the introduction to this style of bow in their 2016 lineup should be well received. Although the Defiant 34 is pretty slow, and on paper does not look to be much different than its predecessor the Nitrum 34, the feel and shootability of the Defiant 34 is what should draw shooters to giving it a try and ultimately falling in love with it. The $1049 price tag may be a bit steep for some, but considering the Defiant 34 can do everything from shooting paper and foam to a Boone and Crocket, shooters should be able to justify the price tag. Those not concerned with the overall speed of a bow should give the feel of the Defiant 34 a try... read full review

2016 Hoyt Defiant 34

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

34 "

Draw Length

25 " - 31 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

325 fps

Weight

4.3 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2016
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Carbon Defiant 34
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Hoyt Carbon Defiant 34 Review

The Bottom Line:To be honest, the Carbon Defiant is not a very appealing bow on paper. Speeds seem to be slower than previous Hoyt models, the lightweight carbon riser bow still tips the scales at 3.8-pounds, and the price tag of $1449 is scary even if money is not a factor in deciding which bow to purchase. However, the shooting experience of the Carbon Defiant 34 is very pleasurable. After shooting this fully redesigned piece of machinery, it is truly hard to find anything wrong with the bow. The solid hold on target along with the longer bow feel make this bow a breeze to shoot, which should be seen in accuracy as well. The Carbon Defiant 34 can be used for all archery disciplines ranging from 3d to indoor spots, and will most definitely perform in the woods for anything shooters want to hunt. Those judging the bow without giving it a fair test shot are really missing out on a superb shooting bow. If you can afford a Carbon Defiant 34 and can get over the sticker shock of the MSRP tag, this bow really is a nice offering for anyone on the market... read full review

2016 Hoyt Carbon Defiant 34

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

34 "

Draw Length

25 " - 31 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

325 fps

Weight

3.8 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2016
Specs were not changed


Hoyt Ignite
User rating:
out of 12 reviews
Hoyt Ignite Review

The Bottom Line:The Hoyt Ignite is a new bow in the 2014 lineup. It was introduced to provide a more economical avenue for young shooters to get involved in archery and grow with them so they don't have to buy new bows every couple of years. This rig will be with the shooter for years. Although this bow is an entry-level rig, it offers the shooter decent speed, and excellent accuracy at any draw weight and length. It is easy to shoot from the lowest draw weight and the shortest draw length, all the way up to the maxed out specs.This rig is very economical and is a good beginner bow. With a 28" ATA, an 8" brace height, and only 3.6 pounds of mass, it will fit almost any shooter looking to break into archery. With the ease of adjustability, this is a good vow to start on... read full review

2014 Hoyt Ignite

Brace Height

8 "

AtA Length

28 "

Draw Length

19 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

15 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

300 fps

Weight

3.6 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2014 - 2016
Specs changed, see full specs


Hoyt Defiant
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no user reviews
Hoyt Defiant Review

The Bottom Line:The Defiant is taking some criticism for not being much different than the previous Nitrum 30 to warrant an upgrade. However, Hoyt has redesigned most major components on the Defiant to make it a new bow, with a better shooting experience. The Defiant has an option for cable stops of string stops, is offered in 50-pounds of draw weight adjustment, and features more highly stressed preloaded limbs for a better feel at full draw. The speed will more than likely not be a deciding factor one way of the other coming in at 331 feet per second, but it would be hard to say no to the Defiant if it added an additional 10 feet per second. The platform is great, the shooting experience is improved, but if shooters only look at the paper performance rating, it would be tough to justify $999 on a new Defiant. With that being said, those that feel the difference in how the Defiant shoots, will more than likely be impressed. Archery is all about personal preference, and the Defiant is no different. To know for sure, shooters should test shoot one for themselves... read full review

2000 Hoyt Defiant XT 2000 (Mastercam)

Brace Height

"

AtA Length

"

Draw Length

"

Draw Weight

lbs

IBO Speed

fps

Weight

lbs

Let-Off

Manufactured: 2000 - 2016
Specs changed, see full specs


Hoyt Nitrum 34
User rating:
out of 3 reviews
Hoyt Nitrum 34 Review

The Bottom Line:The Nitrum 34 is a longer axel-to-axel bow, but even feels a bit sturdier with how long the riser actually is. The zero torque cable guard system and upgrades to the risers stiffness and strength may not be noticeable in terms of how the bow feels, but it should prove to be more accurate. For those at the longer side of the draw length range, the 34 string angle is much nicer when compared to the 30. It is easy to shoot the 34 with how well it holds. The noise after the arrow is released is very minimal, and the bit of felt vibration is easily taken care of with a stabilizer. Other than a boy shooting 330 feet per second, it is very tough to find anything wrong with the Nitrum 34... read full review

2015 Hoyt Nitrum 34

Brace Height

6.75 "

AtA Length

34 "

Draw Length

25 " - 31 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

330 fps

Weight

4.2 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2015
Specs changed, see full specs


Hoyt Nitrum 30
User rating:
out of 2 reviews
Hoyt Nitrum 30 Review

The Bottom Line:The Nitrum 30 is a well-designed bow that shoots like a dream and supplies a great deal of kinetic energy for hunting situations. The Nitrum's vibration after the shot is corrected with the added weight of accessories and a stabilizer, but when shooting bare bow there will be a little ring in the shooters hand. The Zero Torque Cable Guard System is a neat concept as well, and when paired with the riser cage and a bit of an offset in the top of the riser, the Nitrum should be easy to set up as well. With Hoyt, shooters will always be able to posted speed rating straight out of the box, which is great news for those on the market. Although 332 feet per second (ATA) is a decent speed number, those really wanting blistering speeds may be a little disappointed. Overall, the final decision is a personal choice, but the Nitrum 30 is a great shooter and backed by one of the largest names in archery... read full review

2015 Hoyt Nitrum 30

Brace Height

6.75 "

AtA Length

30 "

Draw Length

24 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

332 fps

Weight

3.9 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2015
Specs were not changed


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