New for 2022: Athens Archery Vista 31

posted on March 3, 2022
Athens Archery Vista 31 Lead1

Building on the popularity of the its RT-X Cam System and the stability of its Vista Series, Athens Archery has introduced the new Vista 31—the company’s most stable, repeatable and adjustable hunting bow yet. 

Athens Archery Vista 31 Compound Bow

The Vista 31 has a brace heigh of 6½ inches, measures 31 inches axle to axle, and has an IBO speed rating of 340 fps. The bow has half-inch draw length increments from 24½ to 30½ inches. Draw weights are from 40 to 80 pounds, including 65-pound peak weight options.

The unique design creates an impressive 80 to 90 percent let off, making the bow easy to hold and stay on target. The split limbs have a past parallel limb design. The bow weighs an impressive 4.2 pounds.

Athens Archery Vista 31 RT-X Cam System

Adjustable cables and roller guard, locking limb pockets, dampeners and premium bow string add to the stability, performance and consistent results. There are two modules to accommodate draw lengths.

Technical Specifications
• Axle-to-Axle Length:  31”
• Brace Height: 6.5”
• IBO Speed: up to 340 fps
• Draw Lengths: 24.5″-30.5” in half-inch increments
• Draw Weights: 40-80 lbs. (including 65-lb. peak weight options)
• Let Off: 80-90 percent
• TCS Tunable Cable System Roller Guard
• RT-X Rotating Cam
• #1 Module and #2 Module to accommodate full range of draw lengths
• Limb-Lok pocket system
• 1″ split limbs for maximum stability and performance
• Mountain View Products X-Out Limb Dampeners
• MSRP: $1,099-$1,149

For more information on the new Vista 31, visit


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