Bowtech Archery unveiled the largest number of new bows and crossbows in company history on the opening day of last week's ATA Show in Louisville.
In addition to unveiling nine new bows, Bowtech invited renowned huntress Eva Shockey to the stage to make a big announcement of her own.
The Eva Shockey Signature Series bow is now available in a Mossy Oak Break-Up Country finish.
The Eva Shockey Signature Series was first released at the 2015 ATA Show. With the needs of the serious female archer in mind, the bow was designed by a woman for women.
Over the last year, the Eva Shockey Signature Series has quickly become one of the most popular models on the market for both youth and adult female archers and it's easy to see why.
From axle to axle the bow measures 31.5 inches and weighs a mere 3.3 pounds. The draw length ranges from 22.5 - 28.5 inches in a weight from 40, 50, to 60 pounds. The cherry on top-- this bow shoots at 332 feet per second and allows for an 80% let off.
Like the rest of the Bowtech line, the Eva Shockey Signature Series is equipped with Bowtech's revolutionary PowerShift Technology, OverDrive Binary Cams, and lightweight carbon riser.
When the bow was first introduced, it was only available in a sleek Blackops finish with electric blue accents. But after once again listening to what women want, Bowtech decided to add the additional Mossy Oak finish option.
In terms of performance and aesthetics, the Eva Shockey Signature Series sets the bar. Now that it's available in a camouflage finish, it will undoubtedly only grow more popular.