To compliment the already successful line of bows from Strother Archery, 2014 delivers to us the Vital. Our customers asked for it and Strother developed it. The Vital is a 32″ axle to axle hunting machine. The 7″ brace height makes this one of the most efficient bows Strother has developed to date and able to produce speeds of up to 335 FPS. Strother Archery took the sleek lines and cut-outs from our 2013 line and made them even more edgy for 2014.

The 2014 ZT Loc-N-Cradle is improved. The cradle has been slightly shortened allowing for more pre-load on the limbs and a smoother draw. This near zero tolerance limb pocket system allows for a near zero tolerance limb so the precision is consistent shot after shot.

Continuing to push the limits of efficiency is the all new BcamIII. The BcamIII carries the same consistent draw cycle and quietness that Strother is known for. The dual limb stops are also carried forward on the BcamIII, giving the Vital one of the most solid back walls in the industry. This cam system will only be available on the Vital and is designed and manufactured to get the most efficiency out of the Vital. Another feature that Strother hangs their hat on is the little to no vibration on each of the Strother bows. Strother does not include and does not feel the need to place any rubber components on their bows to keep them quiet and vibration free.

The Vital will be available in draw weights of 50, 60, 70 and 80 lbs. and draw adjustments ranging from 26 1/2″ – 30″. Available color patterns are Realtree AP Black, Predator 3D Deception and Flat Black Death. Strother Archery is also offering a few new color options this year, Cerakote Tungston and Burnt Bronze as well as a Fused Digital Desert. For more information about the Vital, visit our website at


Speed: 335 fps
Axle-to-Axle: 32″
Brace Height: 7″
Draw Weight: 50, 60, 70 and 80 lbs.
Draw Length: 26 1/2″ – 30″
Let-Off: 80%
Mass Weight: 4 lbs.

Image courtesy Strother Archery

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