Hoyt Carbon Matrix
The Hoyt Carbon Matrix compound bow is new for 2010 and its the bow that the company hopes will help change the face of the archery industry. The bow features a new hollow carbon tube riser featuring O-Tech Technology. The bow is lightweight and it has been designed to minimize vibration while making sure precision is a priority.
Hoyt released an updated version of the original Carbon Matrix in 2011, calling it the Carbon Matrix Plus. The difference between the newer model compared to the original is the inclusion of XTS PRO ARC limbs, the high energy Fuel Cam and a newly improved Stealth Shot.
The bow is on the longer side at 35" axle to axle and this is what gives it it's stability and control. The cam is the Hoyt XTR cam and 1/2 giving it high-end strength.
If you can find yourself one of the Carbon Matrix bows to have a test fire with make sure you take the chance. Beware though, this is a premium bow that commands a premium price and you're going to have to be sure you're up for it before laying down your money.
For the sake of convenience the original Carbon Matrix and the Carbon Matrix Plus are both being offered for sale on this same page.
Hoyt Carbon Matrix Compound Bow Deals
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2011 Hoyt Carbon Matrix Bow Package RIGHT HANDED
$560.00 (4 Bids)
Time Remaining: 6h 40m
Hoyt Carbon Matrix Bow RTH
Time Remaining: 28d 42m
Buy It Now for only: $439.00
Bow Features :
XTR Cam & Half
XTS Arc Limbs
Hoyt Carbon Matrix Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 40-80 lbs
Draw Lengths : 27-31"
Axle to Axle : 35"
Brace Height : 7.25"
Mass Weight : 3.8 lbs
Effective Let Off : 70%
IBO Speed : 318 fps
What they’re saying about the Hoyt Carbon Matrix
I took a close look at the Carbon Matrix and really was impressed with the bow itself , but not with the asking price !
The bow is very light for having a 35 " ATA and the Hoyt "tech" style riser. It weighs in at 3.8 pounds.
The balance, feel and pointability on the shot is great and there is absolutely no felt jump or vibration. IMO, It really presents a totaling different shooting experience when compared to an aluminum riser bow
I shot 6 arrows at 20 yards at a standard vegas style 1 spot target and the arrows slapped together into a group about the size of a fifty cent piece.
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