Strother Bow Reviews

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Strother Vital
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2014 Strother Vital

Brace Height
7 "
AtA Length
32 "
Draw Length
26.5 " - 30 "
Draw Weight
40 lbs - 80 lbs
IBO Speed
335 fps
Weight
4.0 lbs
Let-Off
80%
Strother Vital Review

The Bottom Line: The Strother Vital was introduced to the market in 2014. It was a redesign of the Wrath SHO with a slightly modified riser and new cams. With a 32" ATA, 7" brace height, and 335 fps, this bow gave the shooter a very smooth draw cycle with very minimal vibration and noise (without any noise dampening added), and the capability to "shoot spots" without worry. It is easily adjustable, can be purchased in a number of peak weight limb sets, and can be found online, fully loaded, and not "break the bank."..read full review

Strother Eternal
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2014 Strother Eternal

Brace Height
7.75 "
AtA Length
32.5 "
Draw Length
26 " - 31 "
Draw Weight
50 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed
312 fps
Weight
4.0 lbs
Let-Off
75%
Strother Eternal Review

The Bottom Line: The Eternal is a good bow without any extra bells and whistles. It serves its' purpose and doesn't have a lot of speed although is seems to shoot well along with being comfortable. The brace height is generous. It has a quiet shot without a lot of vibration. The bow is built well with easy adjustments for different sized archers or needed changes. It should fit many shooters who find it to fill their need. This bow has an MSRP of $599 for the bare bow which seems about right for a bow in its' class. There are many less expensive around this class also...read full review

Strother Wrath SHO
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2013 Strother Wrath SHO

Brace Height
7.375 "
AtA Length
30.188 "
Draw Length
27 " - 30 "
Draw Weight
40 lbs - 80 lbs
IBO Speed
335 fps
Weight
4.0 lbs
Let-Off
80%
Strother Wrath SHO Review

The Bottom Line: The Wrath SHO was one of the flagship bows for Strothers for the 2013 season. It was a redesign of the Wrath, with a slightly shorter riser/ATA and new cams. The bow came to the archery community with a 30 3/16" ATA, 7 3/8" brace height, a variety of draw weight ranges, and 335 fps IBO rating. Most shooters have found that this bow easily meets the IBO. Although you cannot find this bow in your local sporting goods store anymore, it is worth doing a little research online to find this bow, especially if you are looking for a good bow at a better price. This bow was advertised with the tagline "Extend your range." At 335 fps, you can do that...read full review

Strother Wrath
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2012 Strother Wrath

Brace Height
8 "
AtA Length
32 "
Draw Length
27 " - 31.5 "
Draw Weight
30 lbs - 80 lbs
IBO Speed
330 fps
Weight
4.0 lbs
Let-Off
80%
Strother Wrath Review

The Bottom Line: Strother bows are not flashy bows, but they are high performing and great shooting bows. Understandably, shooters may be a little nervous about trying a newer archery company. However, shooters own it to themselves to test out the Strother Wrath. The badger cams are a really great drawing cam system that features a solid back wall. With an 8-inch brace height and speeds up to 330 feet per second, shooters will love the speed and forgiveness the Wrath has to offer. For those interested in a new hunting bow that can be used on the weekends in 3d shoots, give the Strother Wrath a shot...read full review

Strother Rush XT
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2013 Strother Rush XT

Brace Height
6.375 "
AtA Length
33.375 "
Draw Length
27 " - 30 "
Draw Weight
40 lbs - 80 lbs
IBO Speed
345 fps
Weight
4.25 lbs
Let-Off
80%
Strother Rush XT Review

The Bottom Line: The Rush XT is an impressive bow to say the least. The dual Badger Cam II delivers a great feel with lots of energy behind it. The shorter brace height is still forgiving and shouldn't be shied away from. There is virtually no suppression at the shot creating that amazing "dead in th hand" feeling. The cool looking ZT Loc-N-Cradle Limb System doesn't only look good, but also quiet the shot. This combined with the new riser make for a nice looking new bow from Strother. It should be perfect for many different size and strengths coming available in 50lb. to 80lb. draw weights. Anyone in the market for a new bow should definitely put this one on there list to test shoot...read full review

Strother Hope
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2012 Strother Hope

Brace Height
6.5 "
AtA Length
34 "
Draw Length
23.5 " - 25.5 "
Draw Weight
30 lbs - 60 lbs
IBO Speed
297 fps
Weight
3.75 lbs
Let-Off
80%
Strother Hope Review

The Bottom Line: The Hope is a great offering for female shooters interested in all types of archery. There really are no limits to what the Hope can do in terms of performance in the field or target shooting. With lots of simple, yet effective technologies, the Hope should be a bow females archers take a look at. It would be nice for the draw weight and draw length ranges to be bigger in order to accommodate more shooters, and the grip could stand to be more comfortable, but overall the Hope is a well put together bow from Strother Archery. Like any archery decision, the final choice comes down to personal preference, but the Hope deserves a test shot from any lady interested in a new bow...read full review

Strother SX-Rush
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2012 Strother SX-Rush

Brace Height
6.5 "
AtA Length
34 "
Draw Length
26 " - 30.5 "
Draw Weight
40 lbs - 80 lbs
IBO Speed
342 fps
Weight
4.5 lbs
Let-Off
80%
Strother SX-Rush Review

The Bottom Line: The Strother SX Rush is not a "pretty" bow. It does not have all the bells and whistles that typically come on today's high-end bows. Those interested in a flashy bow to show off to their friends may want to look elsewhere. What shooters will notice is a bow that shoots extremely well. With a longer axel to axel measurement and faster speeds, the bow SX Rush will hold very well and the arrow will travel a relatively flat trajectory to reach its mark. Those keeping an open mind when going to purchase a new bow and not looking at brand name will find a really great shooter in the Strother SX Rush. This bow deserves a test shot by anyway in the market for a new multipurpose bow...read full review

Strother Moxie
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2012 Strother Moxie

Brace Height
7.375 "
AtA Length
37.5 "
Draw Length
28 " - 32.5 "
Draw Weight
40 lbs - 80 lbs
IBO Speed
330 fps
Weight
4.3 lbs
Let-Off
80
Strother Moxie Review

The Bottom Line: For those skeptical about buying a bow from a company that is fairly new to the industry, forget about it with the Strother Moxie. This bow feels and shoots as well in hand as it looks of paper. With lots of useful technology, and simplistic designs, every part of the Moxie is highly efficient and long lasting. For shooters interested in a target bow, this one has lots of adjustability, great speed, holds well on target and does not jump after the shot. Those in the market for a target rig should give the Strother Moxie a shot...read full review

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