New Equalizer™ Release Aid

Guaranteed to Increase Arrow Speed!

The new EQUALIZER (The Speed Machine™) Archery Release Aid from Goat Tuff Products features a revolutionary new design that allows the archer to increase draw length by up to 3”.  This increase in draw length produces a tremendous increase in performance and arrow speed.

The Equalizer fits comfortably in your palm.

GOAT TUFF President Jerry Smith had this to say, “The EQUALIZER was designed by Ric Clark for short draw archers or those that have had to shoot lower poundages due to age or injury. These archers where pretty much stuck with the performance of their bow due to draw length and weight limitations. With the new EQUALIZER Release the archer can increase performance by increasing their bow’s draw length up to 3”. This is possible due to the EQUALIZER capturing the string 1 to 3” farther back while still retaining the original anchor point. By allowing this increase in draw length the shooter gains arrow speed at the same draw weight. Designed to help give short draw archer’s added performance, the EQUALIZER will help every archer increase arrow speed without changing draw weight.”

Easy to operate on string or with string loop, the Equalizer provides a functional, natural ergonomic alignment of finger, hand, wrist and arm for comfort and control.

The EQUALIZER Release features a comfortable adjustable wrist strap with dual tongue buckle. It fits comfortably in the palm of the hand with an In Line adjustable trigger that allows for the perfect alignment of the arm, wrist and Release. The plunger type trigger is activated with a smooth, natural movement of the finger. The EQUILIZER may also be shot as a back tension release. The release body is precision machined from billet aluminum with all internal parts of stainless steel for years of use.

The adjustable plunger type trigger is in perfect alignment with finger.

Ric Clark the inventor noted: “The EQUALIZER is comfortable and natural to shoot and actually fits the body in a straight line attitude which is more natural than standard release aid. This release will also work with standard string or D Loops configurations. It is the perfect release for everyone to gain performance.”

GOAT TUFF Products also offers the popular line of Goat Tuff cleaning and gluing products for the professional and home arrow maker and the innovative Opti-Vane.

For more information please go to: GOAT TUFF Products

(520) 742-1701


6 Responses to "New Equalizer™ Release Aid"

  1. Bridget Meiser   2011/02/15 at 12:01 am

    Hey Gentlemen,
    I am a 52 year old woman hunter with a 22 inch pull and this is exactly what I need!!!! I am 5 foot tall and around 100 lbs need all the help I can get. I would love to try it and buy it. I am so excited to have found it!!! Please send me pricing and information about it. For every woman shooter I know this would become must for us. I would love to be one of the first to try this product.

    Thank you for all you about to do for me!!!!!!

    Appreciation highly given to you for this creation.

    I shoot 4 to 5 nights aweek and I can only tell you that I will allow everyone I know to try it.

    Thank you, thank you,

    Bridget Meiser

    • Rich Walton   2011/05/12 at 12:54 am

      You bet Bridget, The Equalizer is the hottest new product of the year and you can see it, and buy it by going to: or calling Jerry Smith, Goat Tuff Owner at: 520-742-1701. I can tell you this is a well made, well designed release aid that is top quality. You’ll love the way it shoots and you’ll really love the extra performance you’ll get by increasing your draw length 1 to 3″.

  2. Bridget Meiser   2011/02/15 at 12:04 am

    Thank you again.

    Bridget Meiser

  3. Collin Cottrell   2011/02/15 at 6:47 am

    Hi Bridget, Glad we could help. Go to or call (520) 742 – 1701. Take care!

  4. Brenda Valentine   2011/05/11 at 4:00 pm

    I’ve been practicing with the Equalizer and I can tell all of you archers with short draws, like me, this is the release aid that will even up the playing field. I just wish it had been around when I was competing on the national level.

  5. Rich Walton   2011/05/12 at 12:56 am

    Thank you Brenda. I can tell you Jerry and Ric Clark the inventor are thrilled about you shooting the Equalizer. Me too!