What we say...
King Cobra 3400 I/XH and 3100 I/H irons
Cobra claim to have introduced the largest “Sweet Zone” in golf with its latest 3400 I/XH iron. The transition design in the 3-7 irons helps produce a high launch and the urethane foam injected in the cavity improves feel and reduces vibration on off-centre hits.
Aimed at the 10+ handicap golfer the 3400 I/XH irons are packed with game improvement features. An extra thick top line, optimum offset and a forgiving, wide sole combine to offer a great game improvement potential.
The 3100 I/XH is aimed at the 5+ handicap and features a thinner top edge, slightly narrower sole and less offset. The undercut cavity and urethane insert gain reduce vibration and improve feel.
Between the two models King Cobra have covered lots of golfers. The 3400 I/XH will certainly aid the less experienced golfer while the 3100 I/XH will appeal to more discerning player, although we suspect not to the very good single-figure player.
If you need extra confidence with hitting higher, straighter and more consistent shots the 3400 I/XH could well be the answer. Not a look that everyone will like.
Shafts: Steel and graphite
Left hand? No
Ladies model? Yes
Price: 3400 I/XH £667 (graphite) £563 (steel). 3100 I/XH £526 (graphite) £437 (steel).
Contact: 01480 301114