Mathews Creed Compound Bow
Mathews Creed Review1 editor review + 5 user reviews
Mathews has created another solid hunting rig based on what shooters are demanding out of a hunting bow. The short axel-to-axel measurement and lightweight package is very appealing to many hunters. With a forgiving 7-inch brace height, smooth draw, and virtually noise free, the Creed has a lot to offer shooters in the market for a hunting bow. Although cams are draw length specific, shooters should be properly set up before leaving the pro shop. Despite being a wonderful hunting bow option, the $999 MSRP price tag may be too steep for many shooters. Those in the market for a new hunting bow should give the Creed a try, even if it means saving up for the purchase of a new bow a little longer... read full review
- very smooth shooter. light weight and awesome grip feel.... by james buttz from osceola iowa usa
- Best mathews bow to date , a truly smooth shooter by bam bam from atoka, tn.
Mathews Creed Specifications2 versions
Manufactured: 2013 - 2014 (2 versions, specs not changed)
Latest version: 2014 Mathews Creed
|Brace Height||7 "|
|Axle to Axle Length||30 "|
|Draw Length||26.5 " - 29.5 "|
|Draw Weight||50 lbs - 70 lbs|
|IBO Speed||328 fps|
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