Creed

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mattguedes
Creed

CREED

Year in and year out Mathews continues to amaze us with their new products. The slogan of “Catch Us If You Can” is once again a reality in the release of the Creed. This bow is a smooth drawing, accurate shooting, speed machine that will keep you shooting it for years. The Creed proves Mathews core values to be true as this bow supports the values of innovation, integrity, and impact to a T.

Mathews states, “Creating something that is more advanced by making it simpler is an engineering marvel. New from Mathews, is the Creed™. Featuring the all new SimPlex™ Cam, the Creed™ is the smoothest drawing high-energy single cam bow ever created. The Creed™ is designed around a balanced synergistic system giving it an amazing blend of speed, quietness and accuracy all in a lightweight compact bow. The Creed™ truly is Advanced Simplicity. Experience it for yourself at your Authorized Mathews® Retailer.”

This bow is loaded with features and options. From great looks to true shooting performance, the Creed has everything you need in a bow. This list of features will help you to see why you will want this bow:

Brace Height: 7”
Draw Weight: 50-70 lbs
Bow Weight: 3.85 approximate
Let-off: 80%
Draw Lengths: 26-30”
Half Sizes: 26.5-29.5”
String/Cable: String: 92 1/4" | Cable: 32 3/4"
Riser Length: 26.50”
Cams: SimPlex™ Cam
IBO Rating up to 328 fps
Axel to Axel: 30”

If you are in the market for a new bow, then this is a bow that you need to shoot. If you have a great bow that you are currently happy with, you still need to go to your local Mathews shop and shoot one. If you are shooting any other bow on the market, this may be the year for you to convert to Mathews. The Creed is smooth, accurate, and fast. Can you handle it?

Dave
mattguedes, Great post about

mattguedes,

Great post about the new Matthews! I have been shooting a Mathews for the last 8 years and currently have the Z7. My son wants to upgrade this year, but I don't know if there is that much difference to justify the cost. I really like the split limbs, but I think they missed it with the black limb pockets. Regardless, the Creed is an awesome bow that is smooth, fast, and just fun to shoot! I don't like going in and shooting them because it makes me feel like I have to have it. I want to kill a good bull with my Z7 before I retire it - hopefully it will happen this year and I can upgrade!

Dave

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