The Bear Escape compound bow has been released as one of the flagship bows for the 2016 season. It is a high-performing speed bow that has been loaded with the latest in the company’s innovative technologies.

The bow measures 32 inches axle-to-axle making it almost perfect to handle no matter what conditions you may be faced with. it is short enough for small spaces but long enough so that it won’t feel insubstantial.

The latest innovations used to put this bow together include the new H15 hybrid cam system that provides the smoothest possible draw cycle and letdown. When combined with the Pre-load quad limbs the speed that is generated comes from considerable power.

In order to combat hand torque at the point of release the bow features the Bear hinge guard. The riser of the bow has been equipped with bi-dimensionally adjustable top and bottom string suppressors and rubber riser inserts to absorb vibration and sound.

The bow also comes in a number of finishes with the most popular finishes being RealTree Xtra camo as well as shadow, sand and olive.

Browse through the selection of Bear Escape compound bows for sale to find the new hunting bow that will best suit your needs.

Bow Features

Max Pre-Load Quad Limbs
H15 Hybrid Cam System
High Precision Zero Tolerance Limb Pockets
7075 Aluminum Alloy Riser
Bi-dimensionally adjustable offset string suppressors
Removable Rubber Grip Design

Bear Escape Bow Specs

Draw Weights : 45-60, 55-70lbs
Draw Lengths : 25.5-30”
Axle to Axle : 32″
Brace Height : 6”
Mass Weight : 4.0lbs
Effective Let Off : 75%
IBO Speed: 350 fps

What they are saying in the forums about the Bear Escape

It's quiet! I just picked one up two days ago...its quite smooth and hold great, on the downside, set up exactly the same as my nitrum turbo it is 20 fps slower than the hoyt with the same arrow


I just shot the escape for 45min. 70# set at 63lbs, 29" draw, bare bow. I also shot the Halon and Carbon Spider. Let me say the Escape is one heck of a bow!
I don't understand the reports of being loud. It is a very quiet bow. The draw cycle is smooth but it loads up quickly and you can feel every pound. Nice wall but a little sponge, and not much of a valley. However, it's a very shootable bow! The top kicks back a touch on the shot and there is a little, very little, vibration after shot.

Take a look at our entire selection of Bear Archery compound bow reviews. If you're after a more recently released Bear compound bow you can also visit the page that examines the entire 2019 Bear Archery compound bow line-up.

Categories: Compound Bows


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *