We’re rolling into the final months of the year, which means bow manufacturers are beginning to unleash their 2022 bow options for the new year. The first to the table this year is Bear Archery. The company just released their latest bow options for 2022, with models available for archers at every level.
Check out the new-for-2022 compound bow lineup from Bear Archery below.
For 2022, Bear is introducing a new from the ground up flagship compound, the REFINE EKO. This 33” axle-to-axle bow is the most quiet and dead-in-hand bow in its class. With arrow speeds up to 342 FPS IBO and a mass weight of only 4.4lbs, the REFINE EKO offers both performance and comfort. The bow features a revised Vibration Reduction System (VRS) from what the industry saw on the REDEMPTION EKO last year.
The VRS is guaranteed to eliminate more effectively heard and felt vibration in every shot. The bow also receives a new ergonomic GRIZgrip, designed to more comfortably fit shooters hands, as well as new KILLERWAVE in-limb dampeners.
Specs on the 2022 Bear Refine:
Also new for 2022 is the RESURGENCE RTH. This bow features Bear’s first ever 80% let off hybrid cam system.
The new DHC cam system found on the Resurgence not only offers an incredible 80% let off, but also brings one of the most efficient draw cycles to the brand’s line. The Resurgence RTH is a 32” axle-to-axle, 6.25” brace height, Ready to Hunt package at a never-before offered price point in the Bear line.
The DHC cams offer blistering performance up to 335 FPS IBO and includes a draw stop for archers that prefer a rock-solid backwall.
The RESURGENCE RTH sports the new GRIZgrip and KILLERWAVE limb dampeners making it silent and comfortable on the range or in the field.
Other compound bows in the 2022 lineup for Bear include the Alaskan Whitetail Legend Pro, Escalate, Species EV, and Resurgence LD. Bear says each bow was strategically designed to offer the best experience regardless of price point.
“Bear Archery has been raising the bar in performance and technology for nearly 90 years,” said Jon Lene, Bear Archery’s General Manager. “The 2022 lineup is a testament to the brand’s unwavering dedication to our dealers, consumers, and partners.” Said Jon Lene, Bear Archery’s General Manager.
“This year we are launching more than 10 new bows. Each model was tactically designed from the ground up by our incredible team to give the industry what they want. Regardless of experience, budget, or personal preference, the 2022 Bear line has an answer for everyone.”