First Look: Bowtech Eva Shockey Gen2

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posted on November 12, 2020
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Designed in conjunction with its namesake, huntress and archer Eva Shockey, Bowtech has introduced the new Eva Shockey Gen 2. Built around DeadLock cam technology, the bow is optimized for a 23 ½ to 28 ½ inch draw, with draw weights of 40, 50 or 60 pounds. A sturdy, lightweight riser reduces overall weight to 3.9 pounds, while the aforementioned DeadLock cams provide consistent motion all the way through the shot.

“At Bowtech, we believe in building high-performance bows for every archer," said Dave Parker vice president of Product Marketing. "The Eva Shockey Gen II delivers the highest performing women’s bow we’ve ever built, and we’re confident it will exceed the expectations of the most demanding women archers.”

For more information on this new compound, available in black, FDE, Smoke Grey or Mossy Oak Breakup Country, please visit bowtecharchery.com.

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