Bear Arena Bow: One Arrow and You'll Know

Bear Arena Bow: One Arrow and You'll Know
Arena 34 by Bear Archery.

Bear Archery enters the market place this year with the all new Arena bow line, the third addition to their very popular speed bows powered by their Synchronized Hybrid Cam System. These two new flagship models give the bowhunter more versatility than they have seen before from Bear, while maximizing the balance between speed and forgiveness.

This year’s bow, called the Arena, is available in 30- and 34-inch axle-to axle lengths, while both occupy that sweet spot with a brace height of 6.5 inches that balances out the need for speed and the need for forgiveness.

Bear’s big message with this bow is one that bowhunters need to find out for themselves. These bow models just need to be shot and tested, and the results will speak for themselves. Bear invites bowhunters to put their equipment to the test, go to the closest dealer and see if their current bow stacks up against the all-new Arena.

Both bows are stacked full of technology, thus enforcing Bear’s commitment to innovation, design and smart engineering that gives benefit to both the bow and the shooter. The Arenas come with a newly designed H15 Hybrid Cams that are smooth all the way through the draw cycle, easy to let-down if need be, and comes with optional cable stops or even more rock solid limb stops.


Technology advancements that are expected on the Bear’s best are all in on the new Arenas, like the Bear Hinge Guard that greatly reduces lateral torque on the riser and limbs wringing out every last bit of accuracy. With options being a common theme on the new Arena, they come with Bear’s removable rubber grip. The Arena’s dead silent and shock free shooting is compliments of the bi-dimensionally adjustable string suppressors. Bear’s Contraband HP strings and cables come from the finest materials and manufactured through a propriety process known only to a few.


Nothing fulfills bowhunters highest expectations in quite the same way, and that’s a satisfaction you’ll only discover by shooting one of these new bows.


Just one arrow and you’ll know.

Specs:

ARENA 30
Rated Arrow Speed: 345 feet per second
Weight: 3.8 pounds
Brace Height: 6 ½ inches
Axle-to-Axle Length: 30 ½ inches
Peak Draw Weight: 50, 60 and 70 pounds
Draw Length Range: 25 ½ to 30 inches
Let Off: 75%


ARENA 34
Rated Arrow Speed: 340 feet per second
Weight: 4 pounds
Brace Height: 6 ½ inches
Axle-to-Axle Length: 34 ½ inches
Peak Draw Weight: 50, 60 and 70 pounds
Draw Length Range: 26 ½ to 31 inches
Let Off: 75%

Available Finishes: Realtree Xtra Green, Realtree AP Snow, Shadow, Olive and Sand


For more information, please visit: www.beararchery.com.

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