PSE Xpedite® NXT


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PSE has merged Xpedite® speed with our acclaimed EVO® NXT architecture to create the ultimate balance of power and comfort, the Xpedite® NXT. With shooting speeds of up to 360 fps, the Xpedite® NXT delivers an insanely powerful shot while also providing a steadier hold, reduced vibration, and increased accuracy, thanks to the newly-designed longer riser with increased brace height and a lower stabilizer mount location.

Additionally, PSE’s ComfortGrip™ System gives you the option of holding our traditional riser grip technology for lower torque or swapping it to a molded grip overlay for maximum comfort. The Xpedite® NXT ships with our 90% high let-off module.


  • BRACE HEIGHT: 5 ¹⁄2”
  • AXLE-TO-AXLE: 33”
  • ATA/IBO SPEED: 360-352 FPS (356-348 with HL Mods)
  • LETOFF: 80-90%
  • MASS WEIGHT: 4.74 LBS.
  • DRAW LENGTH RANGE: 24 ½” – 30”
  • DRAW WEIGHTS (LBS.): 60, 70, 80
  • CAM: EC
    FINISHES: Black, Tan, First Light Fusion, Kuiu Verde, Mossy Oak Country, Realtree Edge, Kryptek Altitude
  • INNER MOD – 01311HL
    65-75% LET-OFF (LOW)
  • INNER MOD – 01327EFLL
    65-75% LET-OFF (FAST)

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  • 5
    PSE Expedite NXT

    Posted by Jeremy on 15th Jan 2021

    Glad I came back to PSE, was originally looking for this in the fall when my prophecy had issues, but settled on a VXR 28 instead. After 3 months, sold the VXR 28 and tracked this down- glad I did. The Draw cycle is very smooth and it shoots like a dream. Mine is set at 29.5" draw and 70#'s but to be honest it doesn't feel like I am pulling that maybe because I am used to it... It was extremely easy to sight in, my arrows are typically in the ballpark of 475 to 550 (Easton Axis/ FMJ, depending on the mood I am in) and they all flew very well coming out of the bow. Its a tad on the heavier side but as a result it also is able to absorb a lot of the vibration that you would feel in a much lighter bow (before you start adding anything to it). Had the prophecy from 2013 to when it died on me (limb fracture) until the Sep 2020. Looking forward to running the Expedite NXT for just as long if not longer.