Hoyt Double XL - DFX

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You’re on your own finding boots big enough to fit, but we’ve got you covered when it comes to your bow. Introducing the all-new Double XL. This 36 3/4” axle-to-axle powerhouse is modeled after the Pro Defiant, and features a 31- 33” draw length range with a full 8 inches of brace height. This rig delivers a serious punch and ultimate stability for the biggest bowhunters out there.

 

Engineering elements and benefits include:

Offset Riser Technology that kills vibration and adds strength and stiffness.

The smooth, fast and powerful DFX Cam & ½ system.

Dual Cable Stops for a solid back wall.

An optional limb stop that provides a no-play back wall, for customizable comfort and consistency.

Rotating cam modules, allowing easy adjustment without module replacement or a bow press.

Multilayer laminate UltraFlex limbs.

A zero-tolerance limb-to-pocket connection for precision and accuracy.

The Zero Torque Cable Guard system, which eliminates torque for dead-on alignment.

Synergy between DFX cams and UltraFlex limbs, increasing the axle-to-axle measurement at full draw, and improving form, comfort and accuracy. (See diagram below.)

 

Model

Double XL

Limb

Ultraflex

Cam

DFX

Draw Length

Per Cam Size

31 – 33”

FPS (ATA)

340

Brace Height

8”

Mass Weight

4.6lb

Axle to Axle

36-3/4”

Draw Weight

40-50lb

50-60lb

55-65lb

60-70lb

70-80lb

 

EFFECTIVE STRING ANGLE AT FULL DRAW

We engineer more than bows; we engineer form. “Reaching” your head forward to your peep is more than just uncomfortable, it’s inconsistent. We engineered the UltraFlex Limb and DFX Cam Systems to promote comfortable, strain-free posture at full draw by increasing the distance between our cams at full draw. This broader cam-to-cam distance at full draw creates an ideal “flatter” string angle and brings the peep to you. These innovations allow a more relaxed, strain-free posture at full draw, and reduce facial contact, string pressure, and eye fatigue at anchor. The days of “reaching” are over; your days of tight, consistent groups have arrived.

 

The result is a 2017 36.75-inch bow that feels and performs as though its axle-to-axle measurement was even more generous, meaning it will feel and perform like a stable and forgiving 40-inch bow. If the numbers don’t convince you, your experience at full-draw and your tightened arrow groups will.