The biggest eye-opener in Hoyt's 2015 line is the new Nitrum Turbo—and it's 350 fps ATA rating. Hoyt has made a speed bow before, but this takes things to another level. Basically, the Nitrum Turbo replaces the 340-fps Hoyt's Faktur Turbo, which placed second in our annual bow test two years ago. This one has some major differences, though—the most obviously being the completely redesigned and really bad-ass looking riser. The Nitrum also has a new, more aggressive cam and a totally redesigned roller guard made to minimize torque. The specs are 33 inches axle-to-axle, 6-inch brace height, 4.2 pounds, and 350 fps ATA.