Hoyt Alphamax 35 Compound Bow
The Alphamax 35 brings forward the innovation and engineering to ensure performance that you get from the Alphamax 32 but in a longer axle-to-axle model.
The Alphamax 35 is equipped with the TEC LITE riser and you get a big 7" brace height to aid accuracy and performance.
The bow is powered by the modular adjustable XTR cam and 1/2 performance system. This cam system is a modified version of the tried and tested Cam and 1/2 system. This particular cam system, though, allows the draw length to be adjusted in half inch increments without the need for a bow press.
Hoyt Alphamax 35 Compound Bow Deals
Vapor Trail Split Cable Hoyt AlphaMax 35 37 in
Time Remaining: 18h 41m
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Hoyt Bow String Cable Set Various Models Trophy Bound Strings custom colors
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Firststring Hoyt Alpha Max 35 2 27 29 Set 5475 3925 37
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First String Flightwire Premium Bow String Hoyt AlphaMax 35 27 29 2
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First String Flightwire Premium Bow String Hoyt Alpha Max 35 27 29 Brown Blue
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Bow Features :
Hoyt XTR Cam and 1/2 Performance;
ZT Lock Pocket System;
Split XTS Limbs
TEC Lite Riser.
Hoyt Alphamax 35 Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 40-80 lbs
Draw Lengths : 27-31"
Axle to Axle : 35"
Brace Height : 7"
Mass Weight : 4.1 lbs
Effective Let Off : 70%
IBO Speed : 316 fps
What they're saying about the Alphamax 35
My Dad bought one of these about a month ago in blue fusion and I finally got to shoot it the other night.
Very very impressive bow. Reminds me alot of the Guardian, except is easier to draw.
The cams on it are very smooth, quite round in the profile, so none of the vicious peaks and valley you get one some bows.
The bow is very light weight due to the thinner limbs and large cutouts, yet unlike many bows who use these combos it did not bounce left-right while aiming.
The shot was quite incredible. No kick. Similar to the Guardian.
The new Hoyt cam uses modules as well so changing draw lengths is easy.
Great bow. If you are looking for a hunting or light weight target bow, this is seriously worth a look.
In comparing the Bowtech Captain to the Hoyt Alphamax 35 one person pointed out that they were really too close to call though as to which better shooting bow. They are both awesome shooters and feel amazing, and have their ups and downs.
Hoyt's durability/dependability and consistently smooth draw is what sold me though. I was shooting 70# 29" bows. I shoot 29.5" and 60#'s so i could tell which bow drew better/worse, and honestly, the draw on the captain was "easier" than the AlphaMax. The hump was still there in the Captain though when falling into the valley, but is much improved from previous Bowtechs. The AlphaMax was solid all the way through the pull with no hump at all, and letting it down, felt as smooth as drawing it back (something you wont experience with a binary cam). Both had walls as solid as a brick so there was no real difference that i could feel at all. I also like how the Hoyt held the weight in my hand, where with the captain it felt like I wasn’t holding anything. Certain shooters prefer different things, but I always feel like having more weight in my hand makes me steadier.
On the shot, they are just like everyone says. Both are whisper quiet, with virtually no hand shock. I thought the AlphaMax was a tad quieter, and the BT had less vibration/hand shock during the shot. To me, the AlphaMax felt better in the hand when drawn though, the BT felt a little top heavy where the AlphaMax was more well distributed in the weight department.***
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