PSE 2017 Evolve and Carbon Air 34 Evolve Cam System (ECS)

The highlight of the PSE 2017 bow launch is the introduction of the company’s new Evolve Cam System. It’s the engine that drives the Evolve, Evolve 35 and Carbon Air 32 and 34 compound bows for 2017.

The Evolve cam offers up to 90-percent let-off, for easy holding at full draw, and the cables connect to it in a unique fashion that helps eliminate cam lean problems common to bows with large cams. It allows for a smooth draw cycle, yet, combined with the PSE limbs, it helps generate blistering arrow speed.

The Evolve bow, which measures 31 inches axle to axle, is offered in draw lengths from 24.5-30 inches – in half-inch increments – with max draw weights of 60 and 70 pounds. The Evolve 35, which is 35 inches long, offers draw lengths from 26-31.5 inches, with max draw weights of 50, 60 and 70 pounds.

At 31.5 inches long and 3.3 pounds mass weight, the Carbon Air 32 offers draw lengths of 24.5-30 inches, in half-inch increments, and max draw weights of 60 and 70 pounds. The Carbon Air 34 is 34 inches long, weighs 3.6 pounds, and offers draw lengths from 26-31.5 inches and max draw weights of 60 and 70 pounds.

All of these bows have rotating mods for changing the draw lengths, so every bow can be adjusted the full range of lengths offered for each model.

Also, the let-off is adjustable from 80 to 85 to 90 percent.