First Look: Hoyt Ventum Pro 33

posted on January 25, 2022
Hoyt Ventum Pro 33 Lead

Introduced last year, Hoyt has updated its In-Line System to make the new Ventum Pro 33 even more streamlined, balanced and lightweight. The Hoyt Ventum Pro 33 features a 6⅜-inch brace heigh, measures 33 inches axle-to-axle, and weighs 4.67 pounds with an adjustable draw length from 26 to 31 inches. The bow has adjustable draw weight from 40 to 80 pounds and shoots 334 fps.

Hoyt Ventum Pro 33 Picatinny Rail

Instead of including the Picatinny attachment, Hoyt machined the rail into the riser itself. The Picatinny Sight Mount keeps the weight of your sight off the side of your bow, putting it all in-line with the riser for better balance, less weight and greater stability.

Hoyt HBX Pro Cam System

The new HBX Pro Cam provides a smooth draw cycle, reduced vibration and comes with two modules to maintain performance no matter the draw length. The adjustable quiver mounting system allows the user to hug the riser or slide it farther out to find the perfect balance.

Hoyt Ventum Pro 33 Short Stop Stabilizer

The arrow rest mounting system is also directly in-line with the riser for better lock-down strength and balance. The stabilizer port is located lower on the bow to improve center of gravity and provide a steadier hold, with a smaller 2-inch stabilizer that is included.

The Ventum Pro 33 has an MSRP of $1,349. For more information, visit


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