Lighter bows can be great for mobility while adding weight or dampeners can virtually eliminate vibration.
Compound bows have an adjustable draw length range and should be set to fit your unique body size and shape.
Max draw weights can typically be reduced by 10lbs. This provides comfortable draw cycles for everyone while maximizing energy.
Today’s average bow speeds offer more forgiveness on the shot than ever. Faster bows can deliver more downrange energy.
Longer bows can increase stability while shorter bows can be better suited for maneuverability and tight spaces.
A longer brace height can offer more forgiveness on the shot while a shorter brace height can make a fast bow even faster.
*ALTERNATE AND CUSTOM DECORATION OPTIONS ARE SUBJECT TO UPCHARGES.
Unrivaled accuracy and smooth draw in a compound bow for long draw archers has arrived. Introducing the Revolt XL, powered by the DeadLock Cam System and optimized for ultimate performance at 350FPS for archers up to a 33” draw length. Go big with the smoothest-drawing, dead-silent, and permanently accurate long draw bow ever developed.
I am a bigger guy and am always trying to find a bow in my draw length that still feels good to shoot. The Revolt XL is by far the best fitting bow I have shot in years. It is a bow built for guys like me and shoots awesome! It has been laying down some deer for me this season!
I recently reignited my passion for bow after over a decade. I’m 6’8” and have a true 33” draw. I was stoked to find that my local pro shop had a bow long enough for me! And I could not be happier. I never knew such smoothness could exist. 100% satisfied customer here!
I have a 33" draw length (6'5" tall...) so my options were limited, but that doesn't mean I had to compromise on anything. The other models I looked at were the Hoyt Hightower and the Matthews Atlas. The Hoyt felt heavy and cumbersome, so it was immediately disqualified. I wanted to love the Atlas because it had a Ridge Reaper camo option, but after shooting it beside the XL the XL was the clear winner. As great as the draw is, what really impressed me was how forgiving it's valley is at full draw...you almost have to push the string forward to let down, which makes it super easy to hold for a long time and avoid accidental let downs.
This bow feels great in hand and even with a full quiver just BARELY needs any stabalizer or counterweight. I threw on a beestinger counterslide and with that it's consistently level and stable every shot. Finding micro-diameter arrows that can handle a 70# draw weight at this length and still have some FOC weight was tricky but my local shop put me on VAP SS at a 250 spine. With that I have a 100 grain tip and a 55 grain outsert--which still leaves me the ability to go up to a 125 grain tip if needed. Total arrow weight is 553 grains, and in performance mode the arrow is still coming off my bow at 280 FPS--it's actually punched through my old Block target at 60 yards and traveled another 20 yards down range! I never tried it in comfort mode because I didn't want to know what I was missing by leaving it in performance mode. Even in performance mode it feels like a smooth draw. The only thing I would change is to have it in Under Armour Ridge Reaper Barren camo...
I had the awesome chance to drive this Revolt XL last Fall and it didn’t disappoint. I couldn’t tell any noticeable difference between shooting it and my Revolt which I loved! This is a smooth shooter and can stretch out to 33” for longer fellows
This is seriously the best bow I have shot for being a large hunter. Most of the bows I find are small and compact and as great as that is I’m a larger man (6’ 270lbs) and I like to shoot a heavier arrow for better thump and this bow just delivers. This bow shoots a high fps and can shoot a heavy arrow. If you thought about it just jump on it and make the purchase you won’t regret it!
Well Bowtech did it and I officially have my favorite bow of all time in hand and in use. Every draw and shot impresses me with the thought of wow now this right here is how a bow should draw, hold and shoot. At 33" DL I dont really feel I need the extra performance setting because I'm pretty addicted to the butter smooth draw but then again I could possibly bump it down to 65# and just flip the magical disc to Performance Setting. Options are good and being in my 60's now i need a smooth draw bow. I can adjust from a hunting arrow to a 3d arrow in seconds with the Dead Lock Cam system and not even have to take a step away from my taper tune station. That is one sweet convenience compliments of Bowtech. It allow's us more time to shoot without popping cam's off to re-shim. I love my Revolt XL and its staying here. To have a deflex riser with this kind of performance is nothing short of awesome. Fit and finish takes a back seat to nobody and it looks fantastic to.
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