ATA 2016: Mathews Introduces New Halon Compound Bow

The new Mathews Halon has three brace height options in the 30-inch axle-to-axle bow: 5-, 6- and 7-inches, along with other new features.

The new Mathews Halon has three brace height options in the 30-inch axle-to-axle bow: 5-, 6- and 7-inches, along with other new features.

Built on Crosscentric Cam technology, the 2016 Halon delivers hard- hitting energy with the consistent accuracy you’ve come to expect from Mathews. Inspired by No Cam technology, the Halon’s all-new CrossCentric Cam employs a partially concentric string payout to produce a stealthy draw and delivers speeds up to 353 feet per second.

The new Mathews Halon comes in three brace heights.

The new Mathews Halon comes in three brace heights.

AVS technology is utilized in this high-speed system to maintain cam synchronization, store more energy and increased efficiency throughout the draw cycle. The Halon measures 30-inch axle to axle and features a true-center nocking point to ensure straight and level nock travel, further enhancing shot-to-shot consistency.

The new Mathews Halon 6 in Lost XD camo.

The new Mathews Halon 6 in Lost XD camo.

With wider, more torsionally rigid limbs and the all-new dual bridged riser, the Halon is built to perform in the toughest hunting conditions.

Outfitted with the new FlatBack Grip and industry leading Harmonic Damper and Harmonic Stabilizer, the Halon is rock solid and deadly quiet.

The Halon is available with 65 percent, 75 percent or 85 percent letoff and in brace height variations of 5, 6, and 7 inches for added versatility. It’s also available in five exclusive finishes, including the new Lost XD Camo.

Mathews No Cam HTX in Lost XD camo.

Mathews No Cam HTX in Lost XD camo.

Also new for 2016 is the No Cam HTX. Built around the concentric string tracks of No Cam technology, and a true center nocking point, the No Cam HTX produces a super- smooth draw and superior accuracy. The No Cam HTX also features the new dual bridged riser design, ridged quad limbs, twin Harmonic Stabilizers, and is fitted with the all-new FlatBack grip.

RockModsTM are available for 65%, 75% and 85% let-off. The No Cam HTX comes standard in the new Lost Camo XD, and is also available in Lost Camo OT, Black, Black Tactical and Stone.

See more about the new 2016 Halon at Mathewsinc.com.

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