New Launch: BOWTECH Prodigy, Boss, Fanatic, and PowerShift Technology

The 2015 BOWTECH Prodigy with PowerShift Technology

The 2015 BOWTECH Prodigy with PowerShift Technology

EUGENE, Ore. – BOWTECH Archery, an industry leader in archery innovation, has once again developed technology that will shift the archery industry forever. The brand new 2015 Prodigy, featuring the revolutionary new PowerShift Technology, delivers versatility unmatched by any compound bow on the market today.

“PowerShift Technology is a game changer among bow manufacturers, and we’re proud to introduce it on the Prodigy,” said Jeff Suiter of BOWTECH. “The Prodigy removes the need to compromise when choosing a bow. Archers can have speed, power, a smooth draw, or an effortless draw all in one truly revolutionary compound bow.” Continue reading

BOWTECH to Unveil the Prodigy and Boss with New PowerShift Technology

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In just over 22 hours, BOWTECH will be introducing two new bows–the Prodigy and the Boss–featuring revolutionary PowerShift Technology. Also coming from BOWTECH is a new target bow.

I’ve been testing the new Prodigy for the past few days, and its new PowerShift Technology is something you’ll want to know all about. But there’s no early secrets as to what this technology does. It all starts tomorrow morning at bowtecharchery.com!

October Heat

LaCrosse Footwear's Shawn Hansen arrowed this beautiful Sooner State buck on the first evening of hunting at Croton Creek Ranch.

LaCrosse Footwear’s Shawn Hansen arrowed this beautiful Sooner State buck on the first evening of hunting at Croton Creek Ranch.

By Darron McDougal

Earlier this month, I visited Croton Creek Ranch in Cheyenne, OK, to bowhunt whitetails with several other outdoor writers, as well as a handful of representatives from several leading outdoor brands who sponsored the hunt. The trip had awful beginnings for me. To start, I arrived at the airport in Oklahoma City only to find that my luggage–my bow and other hunting essentials–were in Chicago. I’ve flown many times in the past decade, and this was the first time I have had issues with lost luggage. Continue reading