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uukha SX50 Limbs - New 2022- new stock arriving almost daily


uukha SX50 Limbs - New 2022- new stock arriving almost daily


UUKHA Sx50 ILF Limbs NEW 2021

The New reference and benchmark

Stock situation: In stock with standard decals and Matt finish:

68/28lb, 68/30lb, 68/40lb,70/30lb, 70/32lb

XLONG(72) SX50's 30lb Min Decals

LONG SX50 70/38 Min decals

For new orders allow 4-5 weeks for delivery plus a bit for customs clearance.

Unsure which limb to buy checkout our buyers guide or contact us to discuss.

The Sx50’s performance with a 50% carbon content compares favourably to some of the best limbs on the market, but at an amazingly affordable price.

Replacing our best selling limb - the Ex1 Evo2, uukha have doubled the carbon content to 50%, this reduces the limb’s mass weight, resulting in a smoother, faster limb, allowing archers to shoot longer distances even with a low poundage and making those un marked distance estimations even easier.

Ideal for target, barebow and field archers.

Now available in 4 limb lengths Short, Medium, Long and Extra Long so nobody has to compromise on bow length.

Draw weight range in 2lb increments based on a 25" riser from 20lb to 40lb

Two finishes: Standard Matt with Standard Decals and Standard Matt with Minimal Decals.

The new S-Curve profile makes the draw easy, smooth and a joy to shoot.

The S Curve draw combines the best qualities of the curve and x-curve limb to bring you a smooth limb across the whole draw.

What’s new?

The new S-Curve profile

The new S-Curve profile (S for Smoothness, Speed, and Stability) is a new generation of limb profile that combines the best attributes of our previous Curve and Xcurve limbs.

Draw-force curve

Compared to previous uukha limbs, the beginning of the draw has the same easy feel as the Curve profile, while the end of the draw is as progressively smooth as in the Xcurve profile.

The new design and construction has allowed uukha to be able to improve the stored energy, speed and performance.

Limb bottom

A new “S” shaped bottom limb has enabled us to reduce the maximum thickness and mass weight. NOTE: uukha Formula adaptors cannot be used with S-Curve limbs

Limb sleeve

The redesigned the limb sleeve gives greater protection to the limbs when they are stored separately. The outer fabric is scratch resistant, water repellent and the new thick inner fleece protects the limb itself.

A limb that most club and county archers will be confident to shoot.

Product excluded from all offers and promotions


What about risers offering a +15% poundage increase when playing with the tiller bolts, such as the Gillo GT?

uukha limbs are designed to provide the best performances in the -5%/+5% range of tiller bolts settings.
With a +15% setting:
You will lose much smoothness.
You will lose in terms of stored energy efficiency: the speed increase brought by the added poundage will be lower than expected.
The stress on the limbs will exceed 10%, corresponding to 5 inches of over-draw, with a risk of early failure and accelerated ageing.
uukha consider such a configuration to be out of normal use conditions, and therefore it is not covered by their guarantee.


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Speed, stability and fun

I wanted a set of limbs which don’t challenge my shoulders after an injury. I’ve dropped 4 pounds but the draw is still positive and enjoyable, and what seems like a slight drop-off in weight at full draw allows me to adjust any bits that are out of alignment without straining or fatigue. Dropping just one spine gets site marks better than top of the range 34lb limbs.

Super value for money, I’m throughly enjoying shooting them and have no aches and pains.

Barbara Williams | Bishop’s Stortford | July 2021