Gear Review: Hoyt Spyder Bow

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As diehard, passionate bow hunters, the engineers at Hoyt know that science and engineering principles are only a piece to the puzzle when it comes to engineering and designing high-performance bows.

Through their experience from hours upon hours in tree stands and countless stalks through tight, rugged terrain, they’ve developed and crafted the all-new, 2013 Spyder to adapt to its surroundings and counter the advantages of its prey.

With their legendary sense of hearing, animals like whitetails have superior reaction time. So, the Engineering Team made the Spyder even more deadly silent with its revolutionary, patent-pending AirShox Technology.

To be successful against an animal like a whitetail requires you to strike from very tight spaces. So, the team engineered and designed the Spyder to be exceptionally compact and lightweight for stealthy maneuverability, yet sacrificed nothing in terms of total accuracy and feel. Like the whitetail, the Spyder is smokin’ fast, equipped with RKT Cam & ½ to level the playing field.


  • 34 inches, axle to axle
  • 340 feet per second
  • Six inch brace height
  • Four pounds, mass weight

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