Introducing the Bear Arena 30 and 34 Compound Bows

Introducing the Bear Arena 30 and 34 Compound Bows



Bear Archery was at the 2015 ATA Show in Indianapolis to introduce its newest compound bows, the Arena 30 and 34. Weighing just 3.8 pounds, the Arena 30 features a 30 1/2-inch axle-to-axle length, an adjustable 25 1/2-inch to 30 1/2-inch draw length and an IBO speed rating of 345 fps with 75-percent letoff.


The 4-pound Arena 34 features a 34-inch axle-to-axle length, an adjustable 26 1/2-inch to 31 1/2-inch draw length and an IBO speed rating of 340 fps with 75-percent letoff. Both the Arena 30 and Arena 34 sport 50-, 60- and 70-pound peak draw weights on Bear's brand new H15 cam system that allows the shooter to use the cable stop on one side or limb stop on the other. The Arena 30 and 34 are available now in Shadow, Sand, Olive, AP Snow and Realtree Xtra Green patterns for $899 each.

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