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Hoyt Maxxis Bow: Dead In Hand

by Bow Staff 13. October 2010 05:18
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 Hoyt Bows has built a serious reputation over the years for designing top notch hunting bows.  For the 2010 hunting season, they have birthed possibly their greatest creation yet: the Maxxis.  

Whether it’s the smooth, accurate, recoil-free shot from a treestand or the feeling of dragging a monster buck back to the truck, “Dead in Hand” perfectly describes a day on the hunt with the new Maxxis.  Built from the success of last year’s AlphaMax, Maxxis takes it even further with our new beyond-parallel XTS ARC Limb System and patent-pending In-Line Roller Guard- engineered to deliver a whole new level of speed and smoothness.  That smoothness and efficiency can make all the difference in the world when it comes to filling your tag.  Prove it to yourself.  See your authorized Hoyt dealer to demo the all-new Maxxis today.  Get ready for the new season.  Get Serious.  Get Hoyt.

 

 

Some said it would be impossible to top the AlphaMax. Hoyt's engineers didn’t listen. Meet the all-new Hoyt Maxxis: Hoyt Bows premiere hunting compound for 2010:

  • All-new, past-parallel, laminated XTS ARC Limb System—engineered to kill vibration and produce an unbelievably smooth shot.
  • The Maxxis also features an innovative, patent-pending, In-Line Roller Cable Guard that reduces friction, increases speed and improves efficiency with a lightweight, durable, low-profile design.
  • Perfectly balanced, smooth-shooting Maxxis is light, sleek, fast and tough, and delivers a lengthy list of other purpose-built technologies—including Hoyt's TEC LITE Riser, XTR Cam & 1/2 Performance System, and popular 180 Grip.
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