New Products

Learn about all of the best new bowhunting products before they even hit the market! From new bows and broadheads to trail cameras and bowhunting clothing we bring you these exclusive videos before anyone else.

Primos Silver XP, Trailcameras and The Crush Blind

As usual, Primos has several new products for 2010 including The Crush blind, a new line of trail cameras, and improvements to their line of Silver XP odor eliminating products.  Also check out some footager of hunting legend Jim Shockey signing auto

Predator TrailCams TrailEYE I-R

New for 2010 the Traileye IR digital trail camera from Predator has an adjustable resolution from 5.0 to 1.3 MP, takes photos or videos, and accepts up to a 16 GB SD flash card.  It also features Predator's new Dragon IR technology for an impress

Predator Camo Compression Gear

New for 2010 from the guys at Predator Camo is the new base layer compression gear.  Designed to wick away moisture to keep you cool when it's warm, and warm when it's cold.

Pole Mountain Outdoors Hardcase B-2

If you're in the market for a hard bow case that's going to protect your gear no matter what - check out the Pole Mountain Outdoors Hardcase.  This thing is unbelievable!

Limbsaver Proton Bow

New for 2010 the Limbsaver Proton bow features several great new innovations that are sure to make this a hit with bowhunters who demand serious gear.

Leupold Range Finder

The new bow-mounted rangefinder from Leupold allows you to range your target while at full draw, meaning no more excuses when you miss!

Keyes Hunting Gear

Keyes hunting gear produces a variety of innovative hunting packpacks, accessories, and several custom camo patterns as well.

Hoyt Maxxis 31

The new Hoyt Maxxis 31 bow features a 7 inch brace height, 31" axle to axle length, and weighs in at just 3.9 pounds.  An IBO speed of 323 fps makes this one of the top hunting bows for 2010.  Check it out exclusively at!

Hoyt Carbon Matrix

Possibly the most technologically advanced bow ever created, the new Carbon Matrix has a carbon-tube riser that can withstand virtually anything you can throw at it.  The only downside - this bow sports a pretty hefty pricetag around $1,500!
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