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Hoyt GP X Tour limbs
Crafting high-performance recurve limbs is both a science and an art, and Hoyt has been developing in both respects for more than 86 years. We are proud to present the culmination of nearly 9 decades of knowledge and experience: The Carbon X-tour, our fastest recurve limb ever. This premier-level performance limb is available in Hoyt's proven syntactic foam configuration, as well as an all-new, exclusive laminated bamboo configuration. Both configurations are engineered with high-performance carbon layers to promote the dynamic limb straightness and precision string tracking Hoyt limbs are known for.
Bamboo is both extremely lightweight, and exceptionally strong, making it the perfect core to provide the ideal combination of durability, stability and speed. This all-new engineered, laminated bamboo core delivers a higher level of torsional stability, and a smooth, accurate shooting experience you will need to feel to believe.
For those who prefer a foam configuration, the Carbon X-Tour is also available with Hoyt's proven Syntactic Foam Technology. This proprietary blend of glass microspheres and resin is a proven performer. Durable and lightweight, this configuration has been trusted by premier-level athletes for years, and brought home gold medal after gold medal.
Available in short, medium and long lengths, from 22 to 50 pounds in 2 pound increments.
Looking for Technical Support for your Hoyt bow?
Hoyt USA's official web site carries full technical information and product assistance for it's 1997 to present ranges of models - both recurve and compound!
The basic principle of International fitting limbs and risers is for all items, regardless of manufacturer, to be interchangeable. However, due to the re-design of certain manufacturers products this is no longer the case.
A particular case in point is the current range of Hoyt risers where the pivot point has now been moved back in line with the dovetail location. This pivot point on most other bows is on the leading edge of the pocket. This has resulted in some cases of poor fitting and non-alignment of limbs and in extreme cases even breakage due to the increased strain on the limbs.
All manufacturers will make their limbs and risers to specifically suit their own brand. Whilst most limbs and risers from all manufacturers will fit together, there are subtle differences in tolerances and the way they locate. Some use the end of the limb pocket as the pivot whilst other use the Dovetail location. Some rate their limbs at lowest limb adjustment, some for mid position. These are just two examples.
On this basis you can still "mix and match" limbs and risers from different manufacturers, but we are advising caution.