Does New Breed recommend a particular brand of arrow?
The recommended minimum arrow weight is a minimum of 5 grains per pound of peak draw weight. For example, if your bow’s peak weight is 70 pounds, you should not shoot an arrow weighing less than 350 grains. Shooting an arrow below five grains per pound can cause damage to your bow and possible injury to the shooter or others nearby. Damage caused by shooting an arrow that is too light will not be covered under warranty. For specific brand recommendations, please visit your Authorized New Breed Dealer.
Where can I purchase a replacement string for my New Breed Bow?
All New Breed bows come with a handcrafted custom strings. You may order a replacement string online or through your Authorized New Breed Dealer.
Do all New Breed bows have a left-handed option?
Yes, all bows are available in either the right- or left-handed option.
Where can I get an owner’s manual for my New Breed bow?
You can download a copy of the New Breed Owner’s Manual online by clicking HERE.
How do I change the draw length of my New Breed bow?
If your cam is adjustable your maximum adjustment is 1.5 inches. For more adjustment, you will need to visit an Authorized New Breed Dealer to purchase and install a new cam in the correct draw length.
Which bow do your recommend for the beginner or younger archer?
The Seduction is specifically designed for the female shooter. The lighter weight and shorter draw lengths make it an ideal choice for the beginning or smaller-framed archer. The Spawn is our youth bow model that features a draw length that can be adjusted from 16” to 26”, allowing it to keep pace with your child as they grow.
How can I get a copy of the New Breed Product Guide?
The New Breed Product Guide is available either online or by visiting an Authorized New Breed Dealer. To view the digital version of the New Breed Product Guide, click HERE.
Where can I find a copy of the Warranty for New Breed bows?
Our Warranty may be found in the Product Guide or by clicking HERE.
Can I transfer the warranty of a New Breed bow from a previous owner?
New Breed warranties our bows against defects in materials or workmanship for the life of our bows with a limited lifetime warranty. This means whether the bow was purchased by the original owner or purchased secondhand (used) and it is deemed that you have a manufacturer’s defect, we will warranty the bow. The limited lifetime warranty will cover the riser, limbs and cams (eccentrics) against defects in workmanship and material defects for the life of the bow.
How do I apply to become a member of the New Breed Nation Field Staff Program?
New Breed is always looking for quality individuals who are willing to serve as ambassadors. You can apply online by clicking HERE.