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Hoyt Unveils Dynamic New Riser and Limb

10/18/2008

Introducing the Hoyt Gold Medalist Xtreme and 990TX


Gold Medalist Xtreme
The masters of bow design bring you the latest evolution in recurve bows - the new 2009 Hoyt Gold Medalist Xtreme (GMX). GMX features new flex tuning to promote a linear and snappy shot reaction. Equipped with the new traditionally-shaped GMX grip in Diamondwood, GMX is also compatible with the Ergo and Ortho grip. GMX features a lateral shift capability, which allows lateral manipulation of the pressure point.

GMX utilizes the latest generation of Hoyt's proven hardlock adjustment system, and a new finer-pitch limb bolt, allowing smooth adjustment of weight and tiller - even when strung. The all-new GMX stands as the pinnacle of Hoyt riser design. GMX specifications: Lengths: 23", 25", 27" Mass weight: 2.875 lbs./1,304 grams Riser style: Hoyt Flex-Tuned Deflex Geometry Weight based on 25" length. 23" length is 2.77 lbs./1,256 grams. 27" length is 3.092 lbs./1,402 grams.


990TX Competition Limbs 
The next step beyond the wildly successful 900CX, Hoyt's new 990TX has a snappier sound, a higher level of feedback to the shooter, and increased torsional rigidity, while retaining the sweet-shooting characteristics and improved velocities of the 900CX. Carbon X-foam core elements and a polymer carbon hybrid power layer ensure all-weather performance. The 990TX's exclusive, advanced polymer skin ensures a tough, durable, vibrant look, and a next-generation, high-modulus, hybrid carbon skin completes this pinnacle of Hoyt limb technology. Optimized for shooters who want a snappy, dynamic reaction, 990TX continues the Hoyt tradition of accuracy, stability, speed and shootability in a good looking, light-mass weight package. Available 22 to 50 lbs. in 2 lb. increments. Lengths: short, medium and long.


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