Without String Suppressors
bow strings would whiplash back and forth between the cam and idler wheel upon release. String Suppressors
deaden that vibration making for a much quieter and smoother shot.
While they've become the visual identifier of a Mathews bow, Harmonic Dampers
are weights that float in an elastomer wheel to absorb recoil vibration in the riser. The reduction in recoil vibration is so significant in this Mathews technology that is has been licensed for use in other industries.
The SlimLimbs on a Mathews bow ride on these spindle-shaped limb turrets, which spread the load and cradle the limbs.
Spherelock is our cutting-edge positive-locking limb cup system. Its trim, lightweight and pivots to ensure constant and positive downward limb pressure.
Mathews’ proprietary SE5 Composite SlimLimb™
Technology raises performance and efficiencies to unprecedented levels and are nearly 20% lighter than tradition V-Lock™ Limb Systems.
aid in reducing string vibration in order to gain more speed.
The Dead End String Stop™
by Mathews drastically reduces vibration and virtually eliminates post-release noise.
Reduces friction for a smoother draw cycle.
Mathews Invented single-cam technology, an innovation that changed archery forever, launched Mathews to the top and directly resulted in the nine Solocam Advantages: most efficient, faster, more accurate, more forgiving, solid wall, less maintenance, less noise, less recoil & vibration, no synchronization problems. The Z7 Solocam™ is the SMOOTHEST Solocam Mathews has ever produced! The QCA (Quick Change Axle) is another exciting innovation from Mathews.
This must-have string accessory comes standard on the Z7! Four Monkey Tails™
equates to a minimal speed loss of 1-2 fps total with virtually all string and cable sound and vibration eliminated.
Monkey Tails are available in a variety of colors. Customize your bow and view different color options installed with the Bow Visualizer
technology results in a stronger, lighter-weight riser.
are yet another Mathews innovation that has been adopted by other bow companies. The more parallel a bow's two limbs, the more they tend to cancel each others' recoil and vibration resulting in a smoother shooting bow.