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New for 2010: Maxxis Headlines Hoyt's 2010 Bow Lineup

New for 2010: Maxxis Headlines Hoyt's 2010 Bow Lineup
New for 2010: Maxxis Headlines Hoyt's 2010 Bow Lineup
From Hoyt

SALT LAKE CITY – Some said it would be impossible to top the AlphaMax. Hoyt’s engineers didn’t listen. Meet the all-new 2010 Hoyt Maxxis. Undoubtedly the industry’s top hunting compound for 2010, Maxxis marks a radical advancement in Hoyt engineering and performance. This masterpiece of Hoyt craftsmanship is poised to dominate the archery world with cutting-edge design and unheard of standards of performance and reliability.

Maxxis advances the Hoyt legacy with the all-new, past-parallel, laminated XTS ARC Limb System – engineered to utterly kill vibration and produce an unbelievably smooth shot. ARC Limb Technology features incredibly high energy storage in a recoil-free, beyond-parallel configuration that increases speed and still provides for legendary Hoyt reliability. XTS ARC limbs deliver an extra quiet and super smooth shot, and they enhance dynamic cam alignment through the powerstroke for total accuracy and a sweet shot with blistering speed.

Maxxis also features an innovative, patent-pending, In-Line roller cable guard that reduces friction, increases speed and improves efficiency with a lightweight, durable, low profile design. Exclusive advanced bearing technology and in-line rollers work in concert with the rigging on Maxxis bows to increase efficiency – delivering higher speed, lower energy loss and whisper quiet performance.

The perfectly balanced, smooth-shooting Maxxis is light, sleek, fast and tough, and delivers a lengthy list of other purpose-built technologies, including Hoyt’s exquisitely sculpted, high strength TEC LITE Riser, XTR Cam & ½ Performance System, and popular 180 PRO-FIT Grip.


Maxxis 35 offers the same unprecedented performance as the Maxxis 31, but in a longer, 35” axle-to-axle version. Like its 31” counterpart, Maxxis 35 is stacked with Hoyt-exclusive innovation and technologies.


The much-anticipated Maxxis promises to be the top bow of 2010. See your Hoyt dealer - and log on to www.hoyt.com - for complete details.

NOTE: Hoyt proudly offers a custom Dangerous Game setup for the Maxxis 31 and 35. Equipped with extra heavy-draw limbs, reinforced components, a wood grip and custom Dangerous Game limb graphics, this dynamic setup is available in 80 and 90 pound options to guarantee necessary penetration on large-bodied game.

Maxxis 31 specs:
Axle-to-axle: 31”
Brace height: 7”
Mass weight: 3.9 lbs.
Draw length: 23.5-30” (1/2” increments)
Draw weight: 40-50#, 50-60#, 60-70#, 70-80, 80-90#
Speed: 323 fps (+/- 2 fps)

Maxxis 35 specs:
Axle-to-axle: 35”
Brace height: 7”
Mass weight: 4.2 lbs.
Draw length: 27-31” (1/2” increments)
Draw weight: 40-50#, 50-60#, 60-70#, 70-80, 80-90#
Speed: 318 fps (+/- 2 fps)


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

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