2019 BOWS INFORMATION & PHOTOS: HOYT MATHEWS MISSION BEAR WIN & WIN ELITE BOWTECH and DIAMOND
The US bow manufacturers typically release their new ranges around October, so we expect to see the 2019 bows from Bear, BowTech, Elite, Hoyt, Mathews, Mission and Win & Win, from late September on.
This page is for information, pictures and buzz we hear about 2019 compound and recurve target and hunting bows. We suggest you frequently check back here to get the latest.
Abbey Archery will bring you the full details as we learn them and we will be sure to include top quality photographs and our own comments.
Hoyt Archery - November 8, 2018
Our first shipment of Hoyt 2019 bows is here. Here are some shots:
Bowtech Archery - November 7, 2018
BowTech have just launched their 2019 Line-up with some exciting new additions to the range. The new Realm SR6 (Speed Redefined) and Realm SS (Super Smooth) are new options in the successful Realm series from 2018 that contained the Realm and Realm X bows. The new cams on each of these bows will certainly spark interest from many BowTech fans. Hyper fast speeds, smooth draw cycles and as always the ultimate tunability of BowTechs Overdrive Binary cam system. Keep up to date by following our website for the latest info on 2019 BowTech bows, pricing to follow soon. In the meantime, here are some teasers:
Hoyt Archery - November 2, 2018
The Hoyt 2019 bow range is out and here they are: the new REDWRX Carbon RX3 Turbo, REDWRX Carbon RX3 Ultra, REDWRX Carbon RX3, Pro Force FX Target, Hoyt Helix Ultra, and Helix bows. As usual, Abbey has full details and high quality photographs. Check them out!.
Hoyt Archery - November 1, 2018
Hoyt will be releasing its 2019 bow range in a few hours. Here are some more teasers:
Hoyt Archery - October 30, 2018
Excitement is building for the Hoyt 2019 bow releases. Here is a teaser:
Bear Archery - September 20, 2018
With great excitement, Bear Archery are launching new products on October 1st. Each year Bear bring a fantastic line to the market place, catering for archers of all levels, with great prices to match.
In 2018, the Ready To Hunt series have been exceptional. This has us anticipating great things to come for 2019. An option that would be a crowd pleaser and a Pro Shop asset, would be the re-introduction of a bow with specifications that mirrored the 2016/17 Wild. With its maximum draw length topping out at 31” the Wild could be adjusted to fit many an archer. Combined with a generous brace height the bow ticked many boxes. To see an update with new camo and the addition of some aesthetics found in the Approach series would be outstanding! Stay tuned, only a few weeks to go.
Hoyt Archery - September 1, 2018
2019 could be the year for a new flagship target bow from Hoyt. In its current guise the Prevail series has remained the same for the past two years. If history is something to go by, we should hopefully see a new premier target series launched in coming months.
After the success of the Hyper ZT cam, it would be great to see a version of it incorporated into a new target bow platform, possibly even with a 65% let off option. This cam was a welcome addition to the 2018 line up, being utilised on the REDWRX, HyperForce, ProForce and Double XL.
And of course, just over a month ago, Hoyt released its NITRUX, the most affordable high performance Hoyt bow to date.
Mathews Archery - September 1, 2018
This year the TRIAX has been a big hit! Continuing the trend with previous years form, we can see this bow remaining in the 2019 offerings. The EHS damper results in an extremely vibration free shot, hence a big contributor to the success of the TRIAX. An addition to the line up that included this damper with an increased span in draw length and axle to axle length would be great for many bowhunters.
On the target front, Mathews has had great success on the tournament trail with the TRX 7, TRX 8 and TRX 38. Professional Archers such as Levi Morgan, Jesse Broadwater and Christopher Perkins have graced numerous podiums after stellar performances with these bows. With the TRX 38 maxing out at 30” of draw length, a new version of the cam or complete new addition to the line up would be fantastic for longer draw archers that are after a 38” axle to axle bow.
Keep checking here for all the latest news and updates on the 2019 range of bows!