- Limbs are tailored with maple cores, faced with caramel-colored glass and back with brown glass
- Small retro leather rest and plate reminiscent of early 1950's Bear bows
- Dacron string
- Tips backed with black and white fiberglass
- Brush nocks fashioned from layered maple and bubinga
This 64-inch static tip bow is a rebirth from 1952. Its sleek narrow design is reminiscent of a long bow with a recurve static tip that retains its shape during the draw cycle of the bow packing a powerful punch. The hand-shaped brush nocks and tips combined with the near center-shot design make this a bow for those who want the very best in styling and smoothness.