Hoyt Releases Eclipse Women's Bow in Realtree EDGE

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posted on November 5, 2020
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At 3.7-pounds and 29-inches axle-to-axle, the Hoyt Eclipse women's bow in Realtree EDGE camo promises all of the forgiveness and stability of a longer riser, without the extra weight. Despite its light nature, the bow still managed to hold up through Hoyt's brutal 1,500-"shot" dry-fire test. Eclipse also features silencing technology including Limb Shox, Stealth Shot and Hoyt's Shock Pods to bring things down to a whisper.

A slimline, ergonomic grip, when paired with Hoyt's X-ACT grip, holds steady for shot-after-shot consistency. The Eclipse is available in draw lengths from 23 1/2 to 28 inches, and comes in two cam sizes with interchangeable modules. At 60 pounds and 28 inches, the Eclipse is rated at 314 FPS. Finally, the riser is designed to incorporate the new Hoyt QAD Integrate MX Rest, as well as an SL Sidebar Stabilizer Mount, for the easy mounting of accessories.

For more information, please visit hoyt.comMSRP: $899

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