Reviews — Vertix

Favorite Hunting Bows of 2019

AJ Iaquinta

Tags bows, Bowtech, CT3, CT5, Evoke 31, Helix, Hoyt, Mathews, Prime, PSE, Realm, RX-3, SR6, Traverse, Vertix

Favorite Hunting Bows of 2019

“Best Bows” lists are usually sponsor driven click bait where publications regurgitate talking po Favorite Hunting Bows of 2019 “Best Bows” lists are usually sponsor driven click bait where publications regurgitate talking points you could have just as easily read directly from the manufacturer’s site. Its 2019, every flagship bow from major manufacturers is a quality product. Debating which one is “best” is completely subjective and has more to do with the preferences and application of the end user and the accessories they use, than it does with the overall quality of the bows themselves. But! That doesn’t mean we...


QAD Ultrarest Integrate MX Review

AJ Iaquinta

Tags Arrow Rest, Drop Away, gear, Mathews, QAD, Quality Archery Designs, Rests, Vertix

QAD Ultrarest Integrate MX Review

When the 2019 Mathews flagship line launched last November, Mathews and Quality Archery Designs (QAD) announced the release of the Ultrarest Integrate MX rest which is the first arrow rest designed to pair with the machined Integrate Rail featured on the 2019 Mathews Vertix, Traverse, and TX-5. I briefly covered some of the advantages provided by the Integrate Rail in my Vertix review but to quickly sum up; unlike traditional arrow rests which rely on a single screw tapped into the Berger Button hole, Mathews new “Integrate Rail” section allows for a more secure, ergonomic, easy to install and weight...


Mathews Vertix Review

AJ Iaquinta

Tags Bow, Compound, Mathews, Review, Vertix

Mathews Vertix Review
The full review of the 2019 Mathews Vertix!

2019 Mathews Vertix First Impressions

AJ Iaquinta

Tags bows, Mathew's, Vertix

2019 Mathews Vertix First Impressions

I’m going to Tarantino this review a bit by starting from my overall impressions and then dive deeper into what lead me to these conclusions. All of which are based on nothing more than dozens and dozens of blank bail shots conducted over more than an hour. So realize this review is strictly representative of my first impressions during this testing and is in no way a comprehensive review (though one will be coming…). To the untrained eye the Vertix is simply a Triax with a growth spurt. Like its 28” predecessor the Vertix features the same Crosscentric cams, aluminum...