Mathews Vertix Compound Bow

Mathews Vertix Review

1 editor review
Mathews Vertix
Editor review:

The Triax was appreciated by almost every shooter laying hands on the bow last year out of the Mathews factory in Sparta, Wisconsin for being the most quiet and vibration free bow they ever felt. Many said this was the best it could get. However, Mathews engineers took this as a challenge, and produced the Vertix, which has 20% less vibration than the Triax! For those impressed by what they thought was the best, they will be excited to see how it has become even better with the Vertix. Shooters will love a bow with the ability to go from 50-75-pounds without the need to purchase new limbs or even have a bow press to change out the cam modules. However, if shooters are not interested in having a bow with different draw weights so easily available, the shorter 30-inch Vertix is still a sweet little bow, which Mathews says is the quietest and most vibration free rig they have ever produced. Everything about this rig was made with hunters in mind, and for that reason alone, shooters should feel confidence in this flagship model knowing the end result was created to be in the woods. For an MSRP of $1099, Mathews is competitively priced with other aluminum riser flagship models. However, this price may be a little steep for some potential buyers. All bow purchases come down to personal preference, but the Mathews Vertix has a lot to get excited about... read full review

Mathews Vertix Specifications

1 version

Manufactured: 2019 (1 version)

Latest version: 2019 Mathews Vertix

Brace Height 6 "
Axle to Axle Length 30 "
Draw Length 26 " - 30.5 "
Draw Weight 50 lbs - 75 lbs
IBO Speed 343 fps
Weight 4.67 lbs
Let-Off 80% or 85%