Hoyt Carbon Matrix

Hoyt Carbon Matrix
Hoyt Carbon Matrix

SALT LAKE CITY – The ground breaking 2010 Hoyt Carbon Matrix marks much more than an epic advancement in Hoyt engineering; it triggers a quantum leap for the entire archery industry. Hoyt’s lightest high-end bow ever, Carbon Matrix is strategically crafted to yield new standards of lightweight design, vibration reduction, shootability and precision. Every innovative inch of this engineering marvel is amazingly strong and stable.

Carbon Matrix features a radical, high-tech, hollow carbon tube riser with patent pending O-Tech Technology, which provides the utmost in strength-to-weight ratio without sacrificing any of the things that make Hoyt bows the toughest, most accurate and shootable bows in the industry. This innovative riser design absorbs vibration and allows for a smooth, quiet shot with only the finest, tournament-dominating accuracy you’ve come to expect from Hoyt.

At 35” axle-to-axle, Carbon Matrix delivers all the stability of a longer axle-to-axle bow, but with the super light mass weight of a much shorter bow. Although extremely lightweight, Carbon matrix easily survived Hoyt’s famed "torture test", withstanding 1,500 dry-fires at 80 pounds draw weight and 30-inch draw.

Carbon Matrix’s boasts Hoyt’s new PRO-LOCK Pocket System – which delivers airtight tolerance and unparalleled toughness – as well as Hoyt’s all-new XTS ARC Limb System. A cutting edge, past-parallel, laminated limb system engineered to kill vibration and produce an unbelievably smooth shot, XTS ARC technology offers incredibly high energy storage in a recoil-free, beyond-parallel configuration that increases speed and still provides for legendary Hoyt reliability. ARC Limb technology provides an extra quiet and super smooth shot, and enhances dynamic cam alignment through the powerstroke for total accuracy and a sweet shot with blistering speed.


The 2010 Hoyt Carbon Matrix is custom from cam to cam. Quantities are limited. See your Hoyt dealer - and log on to www.hoyt.com - for complete details.


Carbon Matrix specs:
Axle-to-axle: 35"
Brace height: 7 1/4"
Mass weight: 3.8 lbs.
Draw length: 27-31" (1/2" increments)
Draw weight: 40-50#, 50-60#, 60-70#, 70-80#
Speed: 318 fps (+/- 2 fps)

To learn more about Hoyt bows, accessories and Hoyt’s Pro Staff, visit www.hoyt.com or call (801) 363-2990.

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