I hope so but not sure. Hoyt pretty much has the technique down with the layered weave. Not sure what patents they hold on it but Bowtech would need to do some serious R&D to turn out as strong of product. I hope it’s in the works.
I don't see why they would. Hoyt has carbon bows, but no advantage to them, unless you think more expensive is better. They aren't lighter, faster, or better in any category over alloy bows. Now PSE does have lightweight carbon bows, and the same cams as the alloy bows, no real difference, but a weight savings. It would cost a lot of money to tool up for a carbon riser, and I just don't think their is enough interest in it --now. I read the bow test in my Bowhunter mag, it had the RX1, Mathews Triax, and the Elite Enlist. The RX1 and Mathews were within 1 FPS of each other, both around 310FPS, but the cheap Enlist was around 303, so your paying more for what? For now. I don't see it happening.--BB
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