July 09, 2013
By Bowhunting Online Staff
In a rare mid-summer unveiling, BowTech announced the release of its newest bow, the Carbon Knight, which is being touted as "the lightest carbon bow ever made."
Sam Coalson, director of marketing at BowTech, said while most new products get launched in January at the ATA Show, they couldn't wait any longer to get the Carbon Knight out there.
"The Carbon Knight was too good to hold any longer," Coalson said in a press release this week. "We have pushed the limits of technology in search of peak performance and created a strong, lightweight carbon bow with a smooth draw and all the speed you need."
The Carbon Knight, which is rated at 330 fps and has a mass weight of just 3.2 pounds, is available in BlackOps and has a suggested retail of $849. The bow also features BowTech's binary cam design and a Knight Riser, which is constructed from carbon developed specifically for toughness and minimal weight. It's also got a 7-inch brace height and is 32 inches axle to axle. BowTech offers the bow in 50-70 pound draw weights.