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July 2024
Author: Austin Atkinson

The all-new 2024 LIFT checks all the boxes. Lighter. Faster. Quieter. At sub-4 pounds, this next generation of Mathews hunting bows introduces our pound-for-pound hardest hitting system to date. Reimagined RPD limbs and a new axle assembly cut weight while increasing efficiency across the entire platform. A redesigned skeletonized aluminum riser eliminates unnecessary weight, resulting in an ultra- lightweight platform made to withstand the toughest hunting conditions. The all- new SwitchWeight-X Cam produces a stealthy draw and a solid, locked-in backwall for consistent accuracy, while delivering speeds up to 348 fps.

A steady stacking draw cycle results in a solid, locked-in backwall, providing unrivaled consistency and accuracy while delivering speeds up to 343 FPS. Compatible with SwitchWeight mods, the SWXTM Cam offers more versatility than ever with draw weights ranging from 55 to 80 lbs. and draw lengths from 24.5"-31.5", depending on the model.

“Every year, I seem to find myself doubting that our hunting technology could improve any more than where it is already at. Yet again, the brilliant minds at many of our partner companies continue to impress us with their new products and improvements. I had the pleasure of using the new 2024 Mathews LIFT bow the past few months, and I must say, it has surpassed my expectations in almost every way. After the first few shots, you will notice the smooth draw cycle and solid backwall, which is crucial in making sure your draw and shot sequence is the same time and time again.

Each spring, I set goals to shoot daily and practice more than ever before, yet by the time the August archery season arrives, I find myself falling short and not feeling as prepared as I would like. Having a lightweight bow that has a consistent feel, no matter if you shot yesterday or three weeks ago, is important to me and my busy lifestyle.

Much like everything else in today’s world, prices continue to rise as archery equipment is not immune to inflation and business costs. While this bow may set you back more than you’d like to spend, it’s probably worth it for this season.” – Austin Atkinson, Hunt Advisor

MSRP: LIFT 29.5 - $1,329 | LIFT 33 - $1,429

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