Nike Vapor Fly Irons Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • RRP £499.00

What we say...


Nike have used their RZN material to enhance weight placement in the Fly’s heads meaning mass is pushed lower and deeper for higher and longer approaches. Three different head constructions fine tune feel and distance control across the set.   


Our verdict:

Make a list of everything you want from a super game improvement iron and we reckon the Vapor Fly’s will combine them all. Good looks, a small amount of offset, game improving technology, distance, forgiveness and decent feel the Fly’s got the lot in spades. From our test pro saying he could game them to Simon and Chris hitting some of their longest shots with them (and they’re a few degrees weaker than some) its fair to say they scored highly across the board. Yes the heads slightly bigger but it’s a great shape that’s difficult to pick holes in and we reckon its got the capability to inspire confidence standing over even the toughest approaches.


Bottom line:

Nike are the first to really talk about how they’re starting to make irons using a metal wood style construction. The larger hollow heads mean increased face flex for more ball speed. There’s also improved MOI performance as a spin-off, which when it comes to irons at this end of the market is a serious benefit.             

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Product Information

Availability: 4-PW (Stock set 5-SW)

Stock shaft: True Temper ZT85 (s) UST Recoil 460 (g)

Seven iron loft and length:  32 deg / 37.75” 

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