Cobra launches King Utility black iron

Cobra King utility black iron: sleek aesthetics with forgiveness, precision, adjustability and distance. 

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Wed, 21 Feb 2018
Cobra launches King Utility black iron

Cobra has launched its King utility black iron, designed to offer precision, speed, forgiveness and adjustability in a sleek design.

Available in both variable and one length options, the irons have a black PVD Coating, full hollow body construction, 100% forged CNC Milled Faces and Grooves, along with MyFly8 Technology.

The irons have use PWRSHELL Face Technology that is constructed using a forged 455 high-strength stainless steel insert that optimises the Sweet Zone for consistent ball speed, launch and distance across the face.

A hollow-body, multi-material construction utilizes a high-density tungsten toe weight, (67-73 grams in the Variable iron and 90-94 grams in the ONE Length version) and a thinner, unsupported face to lower CG for easy-up distance and maximum precision from any lie.

Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) milling creates highly accurate grooves for consistent spin across the entire face.

The irons come with Cobra Connect powered by Arccos, providing Tour level analytics that help players gain insight into their game so they can make smarter, data-driven decisions and improve faster.

Again, COBRA engineers have manipulated the design of the KING Utility Black ONE Length iron to match the weight, length and lie of a 7-iron allowing for one simple, repeatable swing throughout the set.

Price: £169 graphite; £149 steel
Available: 6 February 2018

Options: 3u iron (loft range: 18-21 degrees ) and a 4u iron (loft range: 21 -24 degrees)
Shafts: Graphite UST Recoil 780 ES SmacWrap shaft in regular, stiff and x-stiff flexes and utilizes a Lamkin ACE Crossline (58+). The steel shaft offering is a True Temper AMT Tour White shaft featuring a black powder coating finish and is available through custom only.
Grip: Cobra Connect Black grip.