First Look: Mizuno JPX EZ

First snaps of new Mizuno JPX EZ range

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JPX EZ iron

has launched its latest JPX range of clubs, named JPX EZ, featuring irons, hybrids, fairways and a driver.

The brand, which recently showcased its new MP-4 and MP-54 irons, describes its new new JPX EZ range as "Risk Rewarded".

The JPX EZ range will succeed the JPX-825 range the company brought to market in 2012.

Combining Mizuno’s HOT METAL face design and ultra pocket cavity (4-7 iron) the incredible JPZ EZ irons fire higher and longer with a predictable tight dispersion.  The Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T) engineered cavity frame means the JPX-EZ still feels like every Mizuno iron should.

Mizuno's director of product Chuck Couch says: “The JPX EZ is going to turn you into a player who can take risks  - someone who can take the shot on and not think about the danger.  You’re going to hit shots that you’ve never been able to hit before.”

Tech features:

  • Max Pocket Cavity (4-7):  Massive sweet area, tightest dispersion, and effortless launch characteristics.
  • Deep pocket Cavity (8-PW):  For increased accuracy and launch control.
  • HOT METAL FACE:  Thin multi thickness design for maximum COR to deliver long, consistent distance.
  • Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T):  Feel and sound tuned through cavity frame design.
  • Matt Black:  Low glare finish to minimize surface area.
  • Custom Set Make Ups: Available in mixed/combo sets or with JPX FLI-HI long iron alternatives.
  • Available pre-assembled in 2  set ups (standard and +1/2”, 2 degrees upright)

Click through the images below for a closer look at the new range. You can also keep up to date with the new JPX EZ range on Mizuno's Twitter page.