2007 Hoyt Bows
Hoyt introduces eleven bows in 2007. One of these bows should have the fit and feel you’re looking for. Only one of their significant bows returns from 2006 which is their Trykon Bows. Hoyt’s really turning things upside down with introducing eleven new bows for 2007. With so many bows to choose from I’ll focus on one of the Hoyt bows I think you’ll be hearing more about in 2007 and future years the Hoyt Vectrix.
The Hoyt Vectrix is Hoyt’s premiere bow for 2007. It is packed with technologies never heard of in the world of bows just a few years ago. This bow is Hoyt’s second generation parallel limb and essentially a complete redesign of the Hoyt Trykon Bows. Hoyt spent thousands of hours making a great bow even better. The result is the Hoyt Vectrix.
The Hoyt Vectrix features a StealthShot string suppression system and two RizerShox which serve to completely silence the bow. The StealthShot System on the Hoyt Vectrix momentarily captures and suppresses the string when the Vectrix is shot. This system reduces oscillation of the string on the Vectrix by 70% while eliminating arm slap and hand shock. In addition the StealthShot String Suppression System eliminates string buzz.
The engine behind the Hoyt Vectrix is the Vector Cam and ½. The draw on this cam is said to effortless and steady. Hoyt says this cam is the smoothest high performance cam on the market today and initial word is the point is hard to argue. The let off on the Vector Cam and ½ is either 65 or 75%. Brace heights are 7” and 7.5” and power these bows up to 315 fps. The length of the Hoyt Vectrix is 33 inches. Retail price of the Hoyt Vectrix is $649 to $749.
The Hoyt Vulcan is another in the new line of bows from Hoyt. The Hoyt Vulcan is equipped with the Vector Cam and 1/2 . With a sizzling IBO speed of 325fps you still get a quiet bow with very little vibration. Hoyt also equipped this bow with many of the prizes feature on the Hoyt Vectrix including Hoyt’s new StealthShot™ String Suppression System, Dual RizerShox and TEC riser design.
Last year the Hoyt Trykon took the world of bows by storm. This year Hoyt took their Trykon and decided to make a family of Hoyt Trykon bows including the Trykon Sport which is designed for teen bow hunters not quite ready for full size high performance bows. The Hoyt Trykon Jr. has a full eight inches of draw length adjustment which means a youngster won’t outgrow this bow in a year.
Hoyt is really taking the market by storm this year. As I said earlier with eleven bows being introduced by Hoyt this year there are too many bows to mention in one article. Do yourself a favor and find time to shoot one of the new Hoyt Bows. You’ll be glad you did.
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