If you’re in the market for a high-speed compound, then check out this crop of new models
What qualifies as a “speed bow?” The answer is relative. About a decade ago, any bow that broke 300 fps was pretty quick. Archers expect more than that today. Some brands go all-out, too, chasing top-end velocities of 350 feet-per-second plus. Others settle on a number that’s plenty — say, anything over 330 — and then work on further bow refinements, like reducing vibration and noise, or adding on innovative tuning systems. Whatever your preference, you’ll find something to like in this lineup of eight new bows for 2022.
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