Cobra Aerojet Irons Review (NEW for 2023, Technologically Advanced)

The Aerojet irons are the most technologically advanced from Cobra

The Aerojet irons are part of a new series for 2023.

Cobra Aerojet Irons

Cobra Aerojet irons are new for 2023 and are the most technologically advanced yet. How do they rate vs the LTDx irons?

Newly-launched for 2023 along Aerojet drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, Cobra have taken design the next level with the latest irons.

The Aerojets, which replace the LTDx irons as the number one model, have the perfect launch and distance thanks to a combination of PWRSHELL face insert, H.O.T Face Technology and PWR-BRIDGE weighting.

In this article, we discover what the Aerojet irons are all about, how they perform and the latest technologies are incorporated.

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What Cobra says about the Aerojet irons:

“Hunt for greens like never before through effortless launch and distance in our most technologically advanced iron.

“A forged PWRSHELL face insert delivers more flexibility across a larger area of the face for faster ball speed and higher launch.

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“H.O.T Face Technology uses artificial intelligence to design a variable thickness pattern that delivers more efficient speed and spin across the face.

“A suspended PWR-BRIDGE weight design creates a more flexible face and sole to maximize launch and ball speed. PWR-BRIDGE weight is suspended in a soft polymer filler for fine-tuned acoustics and feel.

“An innovative floating weight design enables 10% more face flexion to deliver untethered distance. The weight is suspended in a soft polymer filler to tune acoustics and feel.”

Cobra Aerojet Irons

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Cobra Aerojet Irons Specs & Design

The Aerojet range from Cobra is all about adding speed through the swing and the irons achieve that as the most technologically advanced yet.

Cobra have unleashed ball speed in the Aerojet irons thanks to PWRSHELL insert inside the club head which provides more flexibility upon impact.

That technology combines perfectly with the H.O.T Face Technology, which is A.I. designed with a variable face thickness to deliver consistency speeds and spin levels from across the face.

Cobra Aerojet Irons

The PWR-BRIDGE weighting system in the irons is a floating weight which is suspended in a a soft polymer filler. It now flexes 10% more than in the LTDx irons.

The Aerojet irons are available in three models: the LTDx, the LTDx One Length and the LTDx Ladies.

The lofts in this new iron set is 4-iron (18.5 degrees) through to Pitching Wedge (41.5 degrees), Gap Wedge (47.5 degrees) and Sand Wedge (54 degrees).

Cobra Aerojet Irons

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Verdict: Are the Cobra Aerojet irons any good?

The new irons from Cobra come with the promise of being the most technologically advance yet and they certainly have plenty of design elements.

With strong lofts, you will be able to add extra yards to your game with the Aerojets in the face with impressive ball speeds off the hot face.

The big selling point of these irons, in addition to the distance gains, is the price with the Aerojet range much cheaper than other new options launched for 2023.

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FAQs

What is the Cobra Aerojet irons release date?

The new Aerojet irons will be released for general sale in February 2022.

How much do the Cobra Aerojet irons cost?

The cost of the irons has been revealed with a set costing $799 / £799.

What are the Cobra Aerojet irons specs?

The lofts in this new iron set is 4-iron (18.5 degrees) through to Pitching Wedge (41.5 degrees), Gap Wedge (47.5 degrees) and Sand Wedge (54 degrees).