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MATHEWS TRIAX COMPOUND BOW

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RM4,230.00  
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SKU: 26.MTTX

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SPECS -
DRAW LENGTH - 28INCH
DRAW WEIGHT - 50-70
IBO - 343FPS
WEIGHT - 4.4LBS
COLOUR - STONE
Mathews has done it again, creating a compact 28-inch axel-to-axel hunting bow. Although Mathews has more than a decade of experience creating short axel-to-axel bows, they are not for every shooter, and some will prefer a longer measurement for a more comfortable string angle and some added stability. However, those lucky enough to have already shot the Triax will quickly realize everything shooters tend to not like about shorter compact bows becomes a non-issue with the Triax. The Mathews Triax is equipped with 7 amazing finish options from Mathews proprietary Lost Camo, to Sitka gear, or Under Armor offerings. Not long ago, Mathews offered Lost Camo finish only, but the addition of the other two high-end brands is a welcomed addition to the lineup for Mathews. The bare bow weights in at 4.4-pounds, which like the previous Halon models, is substantially heavier than other competitor's models. For the Triax specifically, a 28-inch bow, weighing almost 4.5-pounds is over the magic 4-pound mark. Some shooters are going to love the added weight, but it may be a deal breaker for others in the hunting bow market for 2018. Mathews has designed this bow for just about every shooter with a draw length range of 24.5-30.5-inches. For hunters wanting the most maneuverable, compact hunting bow, combined with outstanding industry technology backed by one of the most recognized names in the game, the Mathews Triax is going to be hard to beat.
The Triax is the most recent edition of their interpretation of a short axel-to-axel bow Mathews has produced with hunting in mind. In the past, compact models have felt a bit unstable given the shorter riser measurements. Mathews has been able to counteract that though with a riser measuring almost as long as the 28-inch axel-to-axel measurement. Although some people will feel the 4.4-pound bare bow is too heavy for such a compact design, the added weight actually helps add to the overall stability of the bow as well. The Triax also has a six-inch brace height, which in the past has been a little scary for some shooters in terms of stabilization. However, the geometry of the Triax riser, in addition to its heavier mass weight, nothing is sacrificed as the specifications may indicate on paper. Mathews introduced harmonic stabilizing in the riser of their rigs almost two decades ago, and for 2018, they have reengineered this concept ending with what Mathews calls an Enhanced harmonic stabilizer. The 3D damping technology takes the harmonic dampener, and places it away from the shooters hand in the directions vibrations are most likely to travel. The placement is no longer in the cent of the bow riser, but in a new off set location towards the bottom of the riser design. Mathews has always created dead in the hand and silent shooters, but the Triax may be in a league of its own in regards to being absolutely silent and vibration