Elite 2021 Enkore and Remedy Compound Bows

The 2021 flagship hunting bows from Elite Archery are the Enkore and the Remedy. In this video, Lancaster Archery Supply’s P.J. Reilly runs down the specs and features of these two great new compound bows.

The Enkore is a 33-inch long bow with a 6-inch brace height that’s got an IBO speed rating of 340 feet per second, ad a draw length range of 23-30 inches. This is going to be the speed bow for bowhunters who like flat arrow trajectories.

The Remedy measures 34 inches long, has about a 6.5-inch brace height and an IBO speed rating of 331 feet per second and a draw length range of 24-31 inches.. This bow has a smooth draw cycle that will be comfortable to hold at full draw while standing in the tree stand.

Both bows feature Elite’s SET technology, which allows for simple tuning without the need for bow press. They’ve also got Elite’s tri-track cam system, which houses cables in separate tracks on either side of the bowstring for cam stability.

2020 Elite Rezult Compound Target Bow Review

Ahead of the 2020 indoor target season, Elite Archery has introduced the Rezult compound target bow.

In this video, watch Lancaster Archery Supply’s P.J. Reilly interview Elite engineer Josh Sidebottom and Elite pro archer Nathan Brooks about the unique features and technologies offered in the Rezult.

The Rezult is a 38-inch-long bow, with the most significant feature being Elite’s all-new S.E.T. technology. With S.E.T. technology, an archer can adjust the limb pocket while tuning to achieve proper arrow launching.

To work in conjunction with this technology, Elite built a beefier, more stable cam and cable system to help reduce cam lean and increase consistency.

With the advancements built into this bow, it seems likely the Rezult will help some of Elite’s top archers climb up on podiums in 2020.

2020 Elite Kure Compound Bow Review

Elite Archery introduced the all-new Kure compound bow as its flagship hunting bow for 2020.

Lancaster Archery Supply’s P.J. Reilly talked to Elite engineer Josh Sidebottom and Elite pro archer Nathan Brooks about the technologies built into this new bow.

An all-new cam powers this bow, with beefier axles and a different configuration – both of which help to eliminate cam lean and provide for more stability at the end of the limb tips.

But the real advancement Elite brought to this bow is S.E.T. Technology. Brooks explains this system allows an archer to adjust the limb pocket while tuning, without needing a bow press.

2018 Elite Echelon 37 and Echelon 39

Elite has unveiled its 2018 lineup of target bows, which is headlined by the Echelon series. In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly reviews the features of the Echelon 37 and the Echelon 39.

As their names suggest, the Echelon 37 measures 37 inches long, while the Echelon 39 is a 39-inch bow. They feature split limbs and the all-new Echelon cam, which has a smooth draw cycle.

A unique feature of the Echelon cam is it comes with a limb stop, for archers who like a solid, immovable back wall, and three cable stops, for archers who like a little give at full draw. The three cable stops each provide a different degree of let-off, ranging from 70-90 percent.

The Echelon bows also feature dual cages in the riser, and an adjustable cable arm that can be shifted to meet a particular archer’s needs for tuning and fletching clearance.

Elite Impulse overview

Elite Archery is generating a lot of buzz this year with its “I made the switch” campaign, which encourages archers to switch to an Elite bow from whatever bow they’re currently shooting, and then declare that switch through social media by using the hashtag “Imadetheswitch.” Professional archers Reo Wilde and Cara Kelly are among the biggest names to recently make the declaration.

In this video,┬áLancaster Archery Supply TechXPert P.J. Reilly reviews the Elite Impulse, which is Elite’s flagship bow for 2016.

(You can watch the Elite trailer for the Impulse, here.)

The Impulse comes in two varieties – the Impulse 31 and the Impulse 34. Those two numbers refer to the respective bows’ axle-to-axle lengths, as measured in inches. The 31 is available in draw lengths from 26-30 inches, while the Impulse 34 can handle archers who draw 27-31 inches.

In building the Impulse, Elite strove to craft a bow that’s comfortable to shoot, yet is capable of blazing speed. In this video, Reilly talks about the Impulse’s shootability, and also tests its speed. What he found is a bow that’s smooth to draw, quiet at the shot, and sends arrows down range quickly.

New for Elite bows this year, the Impulse 31 and 34 are available in two Kuiu patterns, which are sure to be popular among Western bowhunters. The bows also are offered in standard camo patterns, as well as seven target colors, plus black.

Impulse leads the 2016 Elite Archery bow lineup

For 2016, Elite Archery is introducing the Impulse 31 and 34. As the two names indicate, one is 31 inches long, while the other is 34. The Impulse 31 comes in half-inch draw length increments from 26-30 inches, while the 34 is available in 27-31 inch lengths.

(Check out our own video overview of the Impulse, here.)

Both bows have a 6-inch brace height, with maximum IBO speed ratings of 343 and 350 fps, respectively. They are available with maximum draw weights of 40, 50, 60, 65, 70 and 80 pounds.

Elite’s leaders said their goal with the Impulse was to provide speed, without sacrificing shootability. They said that’s what their customers wanted. Well, with Impulse’s cam design, limbs and riser all working together, Elite is giving the people what they want.

And with all the color options available for the Impulse, there’s no way you won’t be able to find one that grabs your heart. There’s Realtree Xtra, Max-1 and AP Snow camo patterns, in addition to the new Kuiu Verde and Vias for the western hunters. The target crowd won’t have to settle for camo. There are eight snazzy color options for you to choose from, including the new titanium and pink.

Stop in now to the LAS Pro Shop at 2195-A Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster, PA 17602, and test shoot the Impulse 31, Impulse 34, or any other Elite bow, today.