Video: The Motivation of Women Bowhunting in “DRIVE” from Mathews

DRIVE | #MathewsAvail from Mathews Inc on Vimeo.

Women in hunting do not get enough appreciation. A new video from Mathews highlights the “drive” and motivation of women bowhunters.

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Mathews® Introduces New 2017 Bows


From Mathews:

Sparta, Wisconsin – After an extremely successful year with the 2016 HALON®, Mathews introduces its 2017 hunting line with three new offerings featuring the highly efficient and powerful CROSSCENTRIC™ cam: HALON® 32, AVAIL™ and STOKE™.

“This year is all about expansion of our CROSSCENTRIC cam technology,” said Matt McPherson, Owner and CEO of Mathews Archery. “We want to make this extremely accurate, high-speed system available to all archers seeking a premium shooting experience.”

The new HALON 32 is a longer version of the award-winning HALON, providing an enhanced string angle and superior stability, while still delivering speeds up to 350 fps. Like its predecessor, the HALON 32 is powered by the highly efficient CROSSCENTRIC cam, which employs a partially concentric string payout and AVS® technology to produce a stealthy draw and consistent accuracy. Its true-center nocking point ensures straight and level nock travel, enhancing shot-to-shot consistency. Outfitted with the FlatBack Grip™ and industry-leading Harmonic Damper® and Harmonic Stabilizer®, the HALON 32 is rock solid and deadly quiet.

At less than 4 pounds with a 30 inch axle-to-axle and a 6 inch brace height, the AVAIL is compact and provides women truly unmatched performance. Featuring draw lengths that range 22 to 28 inches and draw weight up to 60 pounds, the AVAIL delivers speeds up to 320 feet per second (IBO speed at 30″ draw would be 340 fps). Its CROSSCENTRIC cam and AVS technology produce a smooth draw and consistent accuracy while delivering massive downrange energy.

The 2017 STOKE is the most advanced youth bow ever created. Like the HALON 32 and AVAIL, the STOKE utilizes CROSSCENTRIC cam and AVS technology to provide unmatched accuracy and kinetic energy down range. At just over 27 inches axle-to-axle and speeds up to 314 feet per second (IBO speed at 30″ draw would be 344 fps), this compact and lightweight bow offers young archers high performance and top-of-the-line craftsmanship.

“With the high efficiency of the CROSSCENTRIC cam technology, the opportunity to create the highest performing youth bow was right in front of us, and we had to do it,” said McPherson. “This is the finest youth bow archery has ever seen.”

For 2017, Mathews is also offering new finishes, including GORE Optifade Elevated II and Open Country, as well Under Armour Ridge Reaper Barren.

Go to for full specifications, finish options, and more information on the 2017 hunting line, and experience them at your local Mathews Retailer.


Mathews® Introduces 2016 HALON™

Mathews HTX Lost XD

From Mathews:

Sparta, Wisconsin– Built on Crosscentric™ Cam technology, the 2016 HALON™ delivers hardhitting energy with the consistent accuracy you’ve come to expect from Mathews®. Inspired by No Cam™ technology, the HALON’s all-new CrossCentric™ Cam employs a partially concentric string payout to produce a stealthy draw and delivers speeds up to 353 feet per second.

AVS™ technology is utilized in this high-speed system to maintain cam synchronization, store more energy and increased efficiency throughout the draw cycle. The HALON™ measures 30” axle to axle and features a true-center nocking point to ensure straight and level nock travel, further enhancing shot-to-shot consistency.

With wider, more torsionally rigid limbs and the all-new dual bridged riser, the HALON™ is built to perform in the toughest hunting conditions.

Outfitted with the new FlatBack Grip™ and industry leading Harmonic Damper® and Harmonic Stabilizer®, the HALON™ is rock solid and deadly quiet.

The HALON™ is available with 65%, 75% or 85% let off and in brace height variations of 5, 6, and 7 inches for added versatility. It’s also available in five exclusive finishes, including the new Lost XD™ Camo.

Also new for 2016 is the NO CAM™ HTX. Built around the concentric string tracks of NO CAM™ technology, and a true center nocking point, the NO CAM™ HTX produces a supersmooth draw and superior accuracy. The NO CAM™ HTX also features the new dual bridged riser design, ridged quad limbs, twin Harmonic Stabilizers, and is fitted with the all-new FlatBack™ grip.

RockMods™ are available for 65%, 75% and 85% let-off. The NO CAM™ HTX comes standard in the new Lost Camo XD, and is also available in Lost Camo OT, Black, Black Tactical and Stone.

Experience the 2016 HALON™ today at your local authorized retailer and learn more at

Video: Getting Ready for Bowhunting Season in “Training Ground” from Mathews

TRAINING GROUND from Mathews Inc on Vimeo.

A new video from Mathews will fuel anticipation for the big game seasons!

From Mathews:

“Taking a shot at a live animal is not the way to learn your limitations. See how two Montana bowhunters prepare for their season in, TRAINING GROUND.”

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Video: The Process of Bowhunting for Deer in “ASPIRE” from Mathews Archery

Great video from Mathews showing the process of preparing for then getting to a deer hunt.

From Mathews:

“Here’s to those who take pride in the process and delight in the details. Here’s to those who wake up before the rest, and push hard today so they can go further tomorrow. Here’s to those who don’t take an off season and instead work the land to cultivate opportunity.”

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