EUGENE, Ore. – 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 BlackOpsTM and Mossy Oak® Break-Up CountryTM. Additional finish options include Realtree® Xtra GreenTM and Kryptek® HighlanderTM. Suggested retail price on The Boss is $1,149.
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.