October 20, 2020
Elite Archery today unveiled four new 2021 bow models that offer “expanded shootability” to bowhunters and target archers. Three of the new models incorporate Elite’s S.E.T. (Simplified. Exact. Tuning.) Technology that allows shooters to fine-tune bow performance without a bow press, while the fourth is a value-oriented offering the company says offers performance well beyond its price.
Leading the way in the 2021 Elite lineup is the aptly named EnKore. Created as a direct follow-up to the popular 2020 Kure, the EnKore features a 33-inch axle-to-axle length and an IBO speed rating of 340 fps, along with Elite’s ASYM Tri-Track Cam System and S.E.T. Technology. With micro-adjustment screws located on each limb pocket, S.E.T. Technology allows shooters to make small adjustments in cam position with the simple turn of an Allen wrench. This makes is possible to fine-tune arrow flight for each shooter’s individual shooting form and accomplish tasks such as paper tuning, walk-back tuning, bare-shaft tuning and broadhead tuning all without a bow press or ever leaving the practice range.
In addition to the features already mentioned, the EnKore features a new Performance VersaMod System that combined 90 percent system letoff with increased performance — creating a bow that offers a surprising mix of comfort and speed. Letoff is also adjustable between 70 percent and 90 percent by changing the position of the bow’s draw stops.
The EnKore has a 6-inch brace height, weighs 4.55 pounds, accommodates draw lengths from 23-30 inches (in quarter-inch increments) and is available in peak draw weights of 40, 50, 60, 65 and 70 pounds. Finish options include Realtree Edge, Realtree Excape and KUIU Verde 2.0 camouflage, OD Brown, OD Green and eight target colors. The suggested retail price is $1,099.99.
Measuring 34 inches between the axles, the new Elite Remedy is a hunting-oriented bow designed specifically for those who prefer a slightly longer axle-to-axle length. Like the EnKore, the Remedy also features Elite’s ASYM Tri-Track Cam System and VersaMod rotating module, while also accommodating those with draw lengths up to 31 inches. Combined with dual riser cages and the form, fit, and finish Elite is known for, the Remedy is a smooth-drawing, easy-to-aim rig.
The Remedy has a 6.375-inch brace height, an IBO speed rating of 331 fps, weighs 4.6 pounds, has adjustable letoff between 70 percent and 90 percent, a draw-length range of 24-31 inches (in quarter-inch increments) and is available in peak draw weights of 40, 50, 60, 65 and 70 pounds. Finish options include Realtree Edge, Realtree Excape and KUIU Verde 2.0 camouflage, OD Brown, OD Green and eight target colors. The suggested retail price is $1,099.99.
The Rezult 36 is Elite’s 2021 target bow offering. Featuring the increased stability and forgiveness of a longer, 36-inch axle-to-axle length, the Rezult 36 also incorporates Elite’s signature features such as the ASYM Tri-Track Cam System, VersaMod rotating module and S.E.T. Technology. Add it all up, and you’ve got a bow that allows discriminating target shooters to achieve the top-flight performance required in the target game while also meshing seamlessly with each shooter’s form and style.
The Rezult 36 has a 6.8125-inch brace height, IBO speed rating of 330 fps, weighs 4.7 pounds, offers adjustable letoff between 70 percent and 85 percent, accommodates draw lengths of 23-30 inches (in quarter-inch increments) and is available in peak draw weights of 40, 50, 55, 60, 65 and 70 pounds. Finish options include your choice of eight target colors, and the suggested retail price is $1,549.99.
Elite’s 2021 Embark is a new addition to the company’s lineup of “bargain bows.” With a price tag of $749.99, the Embark offers an IBO speed rating of 327 fps on a platform that features a single-cage riser with a 32-inch axle-to-axle length and 6.25-inch brace height.
Powered by Elite’s two-track binary cam system, the Embark offers a silky smooth draw cycle and solid back wall. Interchangeable draw modules accommodate the 25-29.5-inch draw-length range in half-in increments. The Embark comes in a Ninja Black finish, weighs 4.2 pounds, is available in peak draw weights of 50, 60 and 70 pounds and offers letoff that is adjustable between 75 percent and 90 percent.