https://www.rmef.org/elk-network/introducing-the-2023-mathews-phase-4/

FEATURING RESISTANCE PHASE DAMPING AND OUR NEW BRIDGE-LOCK STABILIZER SYSTEM, THE PHASE4 IS THE MOST SILENT AND STEALTHY HUNTING BOW MATHEWS HAS EVER CREATED.

The all-new 2023 Phase4 is our most efficient hunting system to date. This year Mathews challenged ourselves to innovate at the leading edge of what physics will allow in a hunting bow. By damping vibration directly in the limbs, Mathews is able to drastically reduce downstream wasted energy felt in the hand during and after the shot. Combined with our new Bridge-Lock Stabilizers that offer improved balance points, increased harmonic tunability and a more robust connection to your bow, the Phase4 is the most advanced and adaptable hunting system we’ve ever designed.

RESISTANCE PHASE DAMPING
Stops vibration at the source — resulting in our smoothest shooting archery system to date. This first of it’s kind innovation tackles excess energy directly in the limbs — significantly deadening and silencing post-shot vibration. This next generation of Mathews’ damping results in the stealthiest hunting bow Mathews has ever created

BRIDGE-LOCK™ STABILIZER
Utilizing our exclusive Bridge-Lock Technology, these new stabilizers integrate directly into the riser creating a more rigid connection and better balance point. Featuring our patent pending InterLinkTM Weight Technology and a quick-disconnect knob allowing adjustability in 1/2″ increments, the Bridge-Lock Stabilizers offer a new level of harmonic tuning and customization in a single bar.

BRIDGE-LOCK™ SIGHT TECHNOLOGY
New Bridge-Lock™ Sight Technology allows a dovetail sight to be mounted through the bow’s riser, eliminating the need for an external mounting bracket, for a streamlined profile, improved balance and reduced felt vibration.

Learn more -> mathewsinc.com

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