- FSA (ATA) - 300
- AXLE-TO-AXLE - 28"
- BRACE HEIGHT - 7"
- MASS WEIGHT - 3.5lbs
- CAM - KLASH
- DRAW LENGTH - 29"
- DRAW WEIGHT - 50lbs
- COLOR - REALTREE XTRA
The all-new Klash is in a class of its own when it comes to advanced technology, ultimate adaptability and wallet-friendly affordability. Engineered with industry-leading Hoyt technologies and killer looks, the Klash is destined for greatness just like you. The super smooth Klash cam features an all-new hard wall, giving bowhunters that rock-solid hold for the perfect aim. The Klash is available with a full 15 to 70 pound draw weight range, as well as an all-new 50 pound max draw weight configuration which maximizes bow performance at draw weights 50 pounds or lower. Both of these configurations easily adjust to draw lengths anywhere within the 18 to 29 inch range. This adaptable bow will last for years, growing along with the developing archer or bowhunter. This is a must see, must shoot bow.
There is a culture that flows through Hoyt that "good enough" is never good enough. Ever. Our engineers labor intently over every minute detail of every product they design and engineer. The attention to detail and desire for perfection is unmatched and unwavering. Some outsiders call it overkill. We call it the "Hoyt Way". The only way. And we do it because we know exactly who our customers are and what they expect.
Proven with podium finishes around the world, FUSE Custom Strings are built rock-solid on hi-tech computerized tension machines resulting in strings that won't stretch and peep sights that won't twist.
Our Parallel Split-Limb designs eliminate the vulnerable v-groove and limb bolt groove where failure most often occurs on traditional solid limbs. Parallel Split-Limbs are also lighter, more efficient and provide increased arrow speeds, durability and accuracy, and they're engineered to survive an amazing 1,000 dry-fires at 80 lbs. draw weight and 30" draw length.
At Hoyt, we are known around the world for our ultra-tough risers. Our Tec-Lite risers are required to survive 1,500 dry fires without failure before ever being considered for the Hoyt product line. This is NOT an industry standard. This is the Hoyt standard.