Mathews Creed Compound Bow
The Mathews Creed compound bow has been designed with a simpler overall idea to deliver a compound bow that delivers an advanced bow that is smooth to draw while providing amazing energy. The bow is powered by the new SimPlex cam system and it is distinguished as being a particularly smooth-drawing single cam bow.
An important factor is the balance of the bow that means it will shoot with the required blend of speed and quiet efficiency that is expected in a bow that sits as the flagship hunting bow of a major company in the industry. The Mathews features such as the Harmonic Dampers, Geo Grid Lock Riser and Harmonic Stabilizer Lite all work together to deliver a whisper quiet bow.
Take a look at the selection of Mathews Creed compound bows that have been provided for sale below. For a full list of features and bow specs you can find them further down the page.
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Mathews Creed Totally Lost Limited Edition RH 285 DL 60 70lb DW
Time Remaining: 1h 3m
Buy It Now for only: $649.99
2014 Mathews CREED XS DW50 60 Lbs DL 26 30 Left Hand Lost Camo Package
Time Remaining: 3h 48m
Buy It Now for only: $1,295.99
Mathews Creed Totally Lost Limited Edition RH 285 DL 60 70lb DW Loaded
Time Remaining: 15h 17m
Buy It Now for only: $849.99
Mathews Creed XS LH
Time Remaining: 15h 38m
Buy It Now for only: $800.00
Mathews Creed Xs Bow Rh 27 50 60
$959.99 (12 Bids)
Time Remaining: 15h 50m
Time Remaining: 20h 18m
Buy It Now for only: $540.00
Bow Features :
SimPlex Cam System
Harmonic Stabilizer Lite
Geo Grid Lock Riser
Harmonic Damping System
Reverse Assist Roller Guard
Dead End String Stop
Walnut Slim Fit Inline Grip
Mathews Creed Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 50-70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 26 - 30"
Axle to Axle : 30”
Brace Height : 7”
Mass Weight : 3.85 lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed : 328 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're saying in the forums about the Mathews Creed
Shot it and ordered one. Smooth, fast, solid back wall and very little hand shock. Selling my Hoyt and going back to Mathews.
The Chill is nice, but I chose the Creed over it. The Creed had a better back wall. They both are very smooth, accurate, and very quiet.
To each their own, but I loved the bow. The draw is kind of stiff at 72 lbs. It is still easy for me to pull back sitting down. As far as speed I'm getting 288 fps with the Easton FMJ 340. I have the focus grip that was on my extreme, but Mathews changed the grip and I like it more. The bow has no vibration and is super quiet. I am getting groups that are touching all the way out to 50yds.with the bow. At this point I do not regret my decision to upgrade.
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