The Cobra F-Max Airspeed Irons were released early in 2020 with the promise of being the lightest-ever the manufacturer has produced.
Cobra have made the F-Max irons lighter than the previous design to help produce great speed through the air and increase distance on shots across the iron range.
What Cobra say:
“A lightweight iron design helps you create effortless speed, launch and distance.
“Good things come in threes. Take your game to new heights (literally) with technologies designed to promote easy launch and forgiveness for moderate swing speeds.
“We’ve made the long irons more forgiving, the scoring irons more accurate, and the wedges more precise.”
Cobra F-Max Airspeed Irons Design
Cobra’s design team have managed to achieve their lightest ever iron by making 5 grams of weight savings compared to previous models in the F-Max range.
Best suited to golfers with a moderate swing speed, the weight saving includes a lightweight grip that helps generate better control and feel than ever before in a Cobra iron.
Work has also been undertaken to offer more forgiveness than ever before thanks to an undercut cavity, weight low and heel-biased in the improved club head.
Interestingly, there are shorter hosels in the longer irons to help provide higher launch angles.
Cobra claim that the resulting performance of the irons, which are available in both steel and graphite, sees optimal ball flights produced, increased carry and overall distance and straight ball striking for an improved performance all round.
Cobra F-Max Airspeed Irons Verdict
There is an awful lot to like about the F-Max Airspeed irons, not least because of the attractive look that Cobra have come up with.
There’s a lot of technology gone into improving the performances from the previous F-Max model, but it hasn’t all been about extracting more speed through better aerodynamics.
The design of the cavity, the undercut and the heel and toe balance provide a great combination of distance and forgiveness.
The design to make the longer irons with shorter hosels mean their is superb ball flight from across the board with the F-Max irons.