Bowtech Archery, the outright leader in archery innovation, announces two flagship bows and a new target bow for 2015. The flagship bows, the Prodigy and the Boss, feature PowerShift Technology, a brand new innovation in compound bow design that allows the shooter to have every bow he wants with zero compromise.

Editor’s note: the following is a collection of three separate press releases from Bowtech on their new bows. Some repetitive information has been excised from the individual releases.

Bowtech Launches Revolutionary Powershift Technology in New Prodigy Bow

The new Prodigy from Bowtech.
The new Prodigy from Bowtech.

Bowtech Archery, the industry leader in archery innovation, has once again developed technology that will shift the archery industry forever. The brand new 2015 Prodigy, featuring the revolutionary new PowerShift Technology, delivers versatility unmatched by any compound bow on the market today.

“PowerShift Technology is a game changer among bow manufacturers, and we’re proud to introduce it on the Prodigy,” said Jeff Suiter of Bowtech Marketing. “The Prodigy removes the need to compromise when choosing a bow. Archers can have speed, power, a smooth draw or an effortless draw all in one truly revolutionary compound bow.”

PowerShift Technology is a brand new innovation in compound bow design that allows the shooter to have every bow he wants with zero compromise. A quick shift of the PowerDisc changes the bow from its Performance setting (maximum speed and knock-down power) to its Classic setting (hard-hitting but smooth) or its Comfort setting (effortless draw).

The Prodigy measures 32 inches from axle to axle, has a generous 7-inch brace height and weighs just 4.2 pounds.

Additional Bowtech technologies featured on the bow include OverDrive Binary Cams for impeccable tuning and consistency, Center Pivot Extreme for unmatched accuracy and speed and FLX-Guard to eliminate riser torque.

The Prodigy is available standard in BlackOps™ and Mossy Oak® Break-Up Country™. Additional finish options include Realtree® Xtra Green™ and Kryptek® Highlander™. Suggested retail price on The Prodigy is $1,099.

The Boss from Bowtech Archery: Bigger, Better, Bolder

The new Boss from Bowtech.
The new Boss from Bowtech.

Bowtech Archery, the industry leader in archery innovation, has gone bigger, better and bolder with the Boss. Gone are the days of limitations for long draw archers thanks to the revolutionary new PowerShift Technology. The Boss offers incredible versatility with a setting for any shooter and every season.

“The Boss removes all limitations for long-draw archers thanks to Bowtech’s PowerShift Technology, the latest industry-changing technology available in our bows,” said Jeff Suiter of Bowtech Marketing. “PowerShift Technology gives archers everything they could need — speed, power, a smooth draw or an effortless draw — in one exceptional compound bow.”

PowerShift Technology is a brand new innovation in compound bow design. A quick shift of the PowerDisc changes the bow from its Performance setting (maximum speed and knock-down power) to its Classic setting (hard-hitting but smooth) or its Comfort setting (effortless draw).

The Boss, measuring a full 36 inches axle to axle, has a seven-inch brace height and weighs 4.6 lbs. Its draw lengths range from 26.5 inches all the way out to 32 inches for longer draw lengths and the bow is available in 50, 60 and 70 lb. draw weight options. The Boss has an IBO/ATA speed rating of 333 fps.

Additional Bowtech technologies featured on the Boss include OverDrive Binary Cams for impeccable tuning and consistency, Center Pivot Extreme for unmatched accuracy and speed and FLX-Guard to eliminate riser torque.

The Boss is available standard in BlackOps™ and Mossy Oak® Break-Up Country™. Additional finish options include Realtree® Xtra Green™ and Kryptek® Highlander™. Suggested retail price on The Boss is $1,149.

Bowtech Returns to Target Bow Design with Innovative Fanatic

The new Fanatic from Bowtech.
The new Fanatic from Bowtech.

Bowtech Archery, the industry leader in archery innovation, has re-entered the target bow market with a vengeance, raising the bar for competitive archers everywhere. The Fanatic is a brand new target bow built with the innovative technology and ultimate precision that has become synonymous with the Bowtech brand.

Featuring design advances never before featured in a target bow, the Fanatic is sure to deliver a smooth, accurate shot every time, because every detail matters on the competition trail.

“Bowtech has not launched a target bow in several years as the company has focused on establishing a leadership position in the bowhunting sector,” said Jeff Suiter of Bowtech Marketing. “Now we are back in full force with the Fanatic. The design advancements and technology on this bow are second to none among target bows today. With a sharp look and impeccable accuracy, we fully expect this to be the must-have bow for competitive archers.”

The Fanatic features several advancements in riser design that completely eliminate torque and flex. The shoot-through riser is built with the grip straight in line with the pivot point of the limb and with the string aligned in the center of the riser. These two factors prevent torque during drawing and after the shot.

Additional Bowtech technologies featured on the bow include OverDrive Binary Cams for tuning and consistency, Center Pivot Extreme for unmatched accuracy and an adjustable effective let-off between 60 and 75 percent. The bow boasts an easy draw but fires arrows at speeds up to 325 fps.

The Fanatic measures 36 inches from axle to axle, has a 7 3/4-inch brace height for additional forgiveness and weighs 4.7 pounds. Draw lengths range from 26-31 inches and the bow is available in 40, 50, 60 and 70 pound draw weight options.

The bow is available in four colors: Tanzanite Purple, Jade Green, Topaz Blue and Onyx Black. Suggested retail price on the Fanatic is $1,499.

For more information, visit www.BowtechArchery.com.

Bowtech manufactures and distributes the world’s finest compound bows and archery equipment. Founded in 1999, Bowtech’s corporate offices and manufacturing facilities are located in Eugene, Ore. With a worldwide distribution network, Bowtech’s family of brands include: Bowtech, Diamond, Excalibur, Octane, Stryker and WaterDog Surface Technologies.

Images courtesy Bowtech

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  1. Will have to check the new BowTechs bows when my long lasting silent Guardian needs replacing, when ever that is. Still working since 2008

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