Bear Archery’s New EKO Cam System
Bear Archery announced the launch of its highest let-off cam system yet, the EKO Cam System. With up to 90% let off, the EKO Cam System allows the user to pick their preferred let off with four different positions at 75%, 80%, 85%, or 90% at each draw length.
Bear EKO Cam Technology
The EKO Cam System uses a rotating module for draw length adjustment and can be made without the use of a bow press. Utilizing an all-new 3-track modular two-cam system to create an Equalized Kinetic Orientation (EKO) for perfect cam synchronization with every shot. Each track is designed to help eliminate cam lean while producing precise, consistent performance. The revolutionary Spiral Cable Track keeps the payload right on track, preventing cam lean. Additionally, the EKO Cam allows for 26″ to 30″ of draw length.
The Divergent EKO has a speed of 338 FPS. The new Divergent EKO is slightly longer than the previous version and features a 30″ axel to axel. Weight comes in at 4.1 lbs and has a 6.5″ brace height. It ships with two grips a slim grip and a wider grip that can be interchanged. The Divergent EKO is included in Bear’s Main Line and will be offered at a retail price of $699.99.
The Status EKO is included in Bear’s Legend Series. The flagship of Bear Archery 2020 bow lineup is offered in five different colors. One unique feature is a built-in level in the main body of the bow. Axel to axel is 33″, brace height is 6″, weight is 4.3 lbs and features a 344 FPS rating. It ships with two grips a slim grip and a wider grip that can be interchanged. The Status EKO will be offered at a retail price of $999.99.
Bear Archery 2020 Status EKO
Bear Archery 2020 Divergent EKO
Jeremy Mallette is co-founder of International Sportsman, and an avid hunter and outdoorsman. His father taught him to shoot at age six, and he received his first firearm at age eight — a 1942 Colt Commando .38 special revolver. Jeremy enjoys collecting unique firearms, and shooting them.