Bowtech has unveiled its 2024 Core SS and Core SR compound bows. Engineered to push boundaries, the bows represent the epitome of the company's technological advancements.
The Core SR is designed to deliver extreme speed while maintaining consistent accuracy and a comfortable draw. It weighs in at 4.5 pounds, with draw weights of 50, 60 or 70 pounds. Draw length can be had in 25- to 30-inch lengths, with a 33-inch distance from axle to axle. Brace height is six inches, making this the slightly quicker of the two models.
For archers who are devoted to smoothness of draw, the Core SS boasts a super smooth experience. Slightly smaller than its Core cousin, the axel to axel on the SS is 31.5 inches, with a more forgiving, 6.25-inch brace height. Draw weights are the same, though draw lengths are 26- to 31-inches.
Both the Core SS and Core SR feature CenterMass Technology, an innovation that optimizes balance and stability. By placing the sight directly at the centerline of the riser, it maximizes stability, shot after shot. The result is consistency in every draw.
Bowtech further showcases its DeadLock and TimeLock features in these bows. These technologies give archers with the ability to fine-tune their bows anytime, anywhere, without the need for a bow press.
Todd Snader, Bowtech brand manager, shared his enthusiasm for the 2024 Bowtech Core SS and Core SR, saying, "At Bowtech, our goal has always been to deliver technology that matters. With the Core SR and Core SS, we've done just that. These bows are the culmination of 25 years of research and development, and we couldn't be more excited to share them with the world. Prepare to experience a new level of speed, comfort, and precision in archery."
To learn more, go to Bowecharchery.com. MSRP: $1399