Bow / HuntingPhase429

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The all-new 2023 Phase4 is our most efficient hunting system to date. This year we challenged ourselves to innovate at the leading edge of what physics will allow in a hunting bow. By damping vibration directly in the limbs, we are 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.

Axle-to-Axle 29"
Brace Height 6"
IBO Rating 340 FPS

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All Bite. No Bark.

Brace Height 6"
IBO Rating Up to 340 FPS
Axle-to-Axle 29"
Draw Weight 60, 65, 70 & 75
Draw Lengths 25.5" - 30"
Let-Off 80 or 85%
Physical Weight 4.48 LBS
CAM Crosscentric w/ Switchweight Technology
MSRP $1299

Feature TechResistance Phase Damping

RPD 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.

Feature TechNEW Bridge-LockStabilizer

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 Interlink™ Weight Technology and a quick-disconnect knob allowing adjustability in 1/2″ increments, the Bridge-Lock™ offer a new level of harmonic tuning and customization in a single bar.

Feature TechStay Afield System (S.A.S.)

At less than 1/2 ounce, our minimalist flo-orange servicing cable and our specifically modified cams allow backcountry hunters to safely remove or repair their strings and cables in the field without the use of a bow press. This ultra-lightweight and compact system is the ultimate emergency bow kit to keep you in the hunt.

Style Your Stealth

Over the last several months, Mathews Team Shooters tested the Phase4 in the field, testing it in all types of conditions. After months of development and testing in the lab, no bow hits the market unless it passes our Proving Ground.

Reviews

  1. Kenny Thompson

    5 out of 5 The quietest, smoothest bow EVER!

    Kenny Thompson

    This bow is the quietest, smoothest and most dead-in-the-hand bow that’s ever been manufactured. Mathews has done it again and this bow is a bowhunters dream! The new bridge-lock stabilizers are genius and allow for the perfect balance with limited weight to ensure a lighter overall mass weight. The dampners between the limbs take away any vibration and absorb the noise better than anything ever made. You won’t be disappointed with this bow!

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  2. Jeremy Flack

    5 out of 5 Best bow I’ve shot to date.

    Jeremy Flack

    I’ve shot most of my life and a ton of bows over the years from a bunch of different bow manufacturers including Mathews. The Phase 4 29 I would say is the smoothest shooting hunting bow I’ve yet to shoot. Fast, quite, dead in the hand and yes this bow is forgiving. I went in to the local dealer and ran threw all the top bows from 6 of the top bows companies and at the end I had two bows to pick from the Phase 4 one in the 29 and one in the 33. Normally I would have went with the longer bow but after shooting these two next to each other the 29 just felt a hair better to me. Mathews has went above and beyond with there new switch weight technology that sure makes it nice to be able to switch a cam module out to adjust your bows peek weight and let off. The bridge lock system is also nice and I really like that they left the option open to be able to use normal equipment or you can utilize the bridge lock system a big thumbs up on that Mathews. I truly love everything about this bow and I’m sure you will as well.

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