Martin Lithium Compound Bow

Martin LithiumThe Martin Lithium compound bow has been created as a smooth shooting bow that combines speed and stability. It features a machined aluminum riser that is incredibly rigid and is bridged to equip it with the patented Vibration Escape System.

Smoothness is assured thanks to the inclusion of the CCS roller guard system which eliminates the friction on the cables using contained roller guard technology. The bow also contains a carbon stealth STS system to eliminate wrist slap and allows it to be extremely quiet.

Speed and adjustability is provided by the Nitro 3 Hybrid Cam system along with the X4 Twin Limbs. Forward or lateral movement is eliminated by the Roto Limb Cup Pivoting Limb System. The draw length ranges from 26 to 31 inches. The draw weights are available in 35-50 lbs, 45-60lbs and 55-70lbs.

Comfort in the hand has been assured thanks to the Saddleback Thermal grip which features a slim ergonomic curve to reduce torque.

The bow is available in a range of finishes that is larger than most types of bows giving you another option to have to ponder over. Choose from Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity Camo or Black Carbon.

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Bow Features

Nitro 3 Hybrid cam system
Carbon Fiber STS
X4 Twin Limbs
Quad VEM Vibration Vortex Escape Modules
CNC Machined Solid Aluminum Riser
Integrated VEM Silencing Arrow Shelf
Roto Cup Pivoting Limb System
Saddleback Thermal Grip

Martin Lithium Bow Specs

Draw Weights : 35-50lbs
Draw Lengths : 26-31”
Axle to Axle : 33.25″
Brace Height : 7”
Mass Weight : 4.0lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed: 335 fps

This bow was part of the 2014 line-up of compound bow releases. You can find the specifications of all bows released in 2014 here.

What they are saying in the forums about the Martin Lithium

I saw the Martin Lithium and read some good reviews so I decided to give them a try again. First off the quality of there bows has vastly improved. After shooting this bow for a couple of weeks I am amazed at the accuracy and how quiet the bow is. I have busted three arrows so far, my first one ever at 20 yds. I am also amazed at how dead this bow is in the hand at shot. There is NO hand shock and this bow is quieter than my arrows. The draw cycle is much smoother than the Nemesis I had and for that matter just as smooth as the Mathews solo cams I have had in the past.


The first thing that you notice on the Lithium is the use of the bridged riser, similar to that used on Hoyt bows, but Martin actually bought out this feature years before the first use of this feature by Hoyt.

To me the bow looks good in Real tree camo and black off sets but is also available in carbon black, red or white.


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