Bow / HuntingV3X33

(4 reviews)

The 2022 V3X is the most streamlined hunting system we've ever created. Equipped with our new Bridge-Lock™ Sight technology to enhance balance, our new Stay Afield System (S.A.S.™) to keep you in the hunt and built compatible with a completely redesigned line of LowPro™ quivers, the V3X system elevates the performance of our most popular hunting bow to-date. 

Axle-to-Axle 33"
Brace Height 6.5"
IBO Rating up to 336 FPS

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Balance Perfected

Brace Height 6.5"
IBO Rating Up to 336 FPS
Axle-to-Axle 33"
Draw Weight 60, 65, 70 & 75
Draw Lengths 27"-31.5"
Let-Off 80 or 85%
Physical Weight 4.67 LBS
CAM Crosscentric w/ Switchweight Technology
MSRP $1299

Feature TechNEW Bridge-LockSight System

Allows a dovetail sight to be mounted through the bow’s riser, eliminating the need for an external mounting bracket.

Feature TechNEW LowProFixed and Detachable Quivers

Engineered around the geometry of the V3X, it is our tightest fitting quiver to-date.

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

From Utah to Pennsylvania and Iowa to British Columbia, our Team Shooters put the 2022 V3X through the wringer.

Reviews

  1. Glenn Ritchey

    5 out of 5 Perfect Traverse perfected!!!

    Glenn Ritchey

    The Traverse was arguably the best all around, do everything bow that Mathews ever built. It was as much at home in the mountains chasing elk as it was 25ft up an old white oak. Then just as easily you could pound some 12s on the 3D trail. It did everything an archer could ask for and did it well. I remember watching Cara take that “little” bow (for the 3D world anyway) and win Shooter of the Year with it! I have owned more Traverses than any other Mathews in my life and I owned a bunch of them. When they discontinued it everyone was clambering for a used one. Used prices on 2-3 year old bows were on par with 1 year old flagship bows or even more. I wondered how long it would take to bring back the forgiving platform of 33 and 6.5 of the Traverse… and now it’s here- but better. The longer riser, the bridge mount dovetail to help lighten the back bar. The Switchweight cams which allow for 80% instead forcing you back to 75% on those western hunts. As forgiving and multi use as tge Traverse was, the V3X 33 will be even better with that long bridged riser and short limbs and better balance out of the box to start with. My V3 31 will be getting a new big brother I do believe. Thanks for listening to the customers who were begging for a longer BH bow. Now that my archery season is ending, let’s get this thing ready to pound some foam!

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  2. teamhonda958

    5 out of 5 The best

    teamhonda958

    This bow is number 1 can’t touch it.

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  3. Lane Kernutt

    5 out of 5

    Lane Kernutt

    Never been the biggest Matthews fan but this bow has completely changed my opinion!

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  4. Andrew

    5 out of 5 Oustanding

    Andrew

    I am new to shooting mathews. I have tested the Triax and Vertix and it wasn’t my type. IMO. Going from Hoyt to Mathews. The transition has been very nice with the V3X. The bow has a super nice backwall and smooth draw cycle. Super quite and very sturdy riser to make longer and more accurate shots easier. My favorite bow by far.

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