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XXIO 13 Driver Review (2024 UPGRADE Launched)

XXIO 13 Driver Review

The XXIO 13 driver is new for 2024 with an upgraded version of the ultra light model launched. Does it add more distance to the game of slow swing speed golfers?

XXIO have upgraded the design from the XXIO 12 driver and introduced new versions of the ActivWing, Rebound Frame, Flat Face Cup and BiFlex Face technologies.

They have maintained the notion of keeping the new driver as light as possible to help golfers of with swing speeds under 90mph to extract maximum distance, improved accuracy and find more fairways.

Launched along with fairway woods, hybrids, irons and a ladies range, the 13 model is the most yet from XXIO. How does it perform and is it an improvement on the 12?

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XXIO 13 Driver Specs & Design

XXIO have worked on enhancing the overall performance of their premium driver, which continues to target golfers with a swing speed of 90 mph or under.

One of the key design tweaks has been introducing a new two-stage airfoil design for improved aerodynamics from the ActivWing technology.

XXIO 13 Driver

This helps to deliver the clubhead square at improve to improve ball speed and find the sweet spot with greater consistency.

A new technology is located in the corners of the face on the toe and heel side with BiFlex Face designed to add stiffness to the edge and provide a solid structure.

The driver also features improved Rebound Frame technology with four alternating layers of stiff and flexible zones behind the face for maximum energy transfer and ball speed.

XXIO 13 Driver

Flat Cup Face technology is the third element of the face with XXIO making a larger, but thinner center area of the the Super-TIX 51AF Titanium to ensure ball speeds and distance are maintained on every swing.

The six segment Bulge and Roll technology is also retain in order to maximum speed regardless of whether the strike is high, low, toe or heel.

The XXIO 13 driver now has Weight Plus incorporated with additional mass added under the grip at the butt-end of the shaft to provide the perfect balance and deliver the club correctly through the downswing.

XXIO 13 Driver

The XXIO driver is available in 9.5 degrees, 10.5 degrees and 11.5 degrees loft options. It is non adjustable.

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XXIO 13 Driver Review: Is it any good?

The XXIO 12 driver was well received and a great lightweight option for golfers in need of assistance to add distance from the tee without swinging harder or faster.

The new 13 adds to that with a refined design improvement the overall performance, added consistency and forgiveness to the promise of distance.

XXIO have managed to do that without adding weight, keeping this ultralight and enhancing the aerodynamics to generate impressive clubhead speeds.

The only downsides to the latest model is the lack of adjustability and the price tag too.


What is the XXIO 13 driver release date?

The new 13 driver was launched in January 2024 is on general sale in March 2024.

How much does the XXIO 13 driver cost?

XXIO’s new driver is being sold at $605.

What are the XXIO 13 driver specs?

The XXIO 13 driver is available in 9.5 degrees, 10.5 degrees and 11.5 degrees loft options.

Is there an XXIO 13 Ladies driver?

Yes. XXIO have designed a model of the new driver specifically aimed at ladies. It comes with all the same technology, but has a light blue colour scheme and is available in 10.5 degrees, 11.5 degrees, 12.5 degrees and 13.5 degrees lofts.

What XXIO says about the 13 driver:

“The all-new XXIO 13 Driver is a lightweight, premium offering designed to help moderate swing speed golfers hit longer, straighter shots off the tee and avoid fatigue caused by playing heavier 1-Woods.

“XXIO 13’s unique, specialized technologies benefit seasoned golfers who swing 90mph or less, improving ball speed, accuracy, and consistency for your easiest golf yet.

“New ActivWing is a two-stage airfoil design and harnesses aerodynamic forces to better stabilize the clubhead during your downswing.

XXIO 13 Driver

New ActivWing helps guide the club face into optimal strike position, making it easier for you to hit the sweet spot and improve ball speed.

“In the upper corners of the toe and heel sides of the BiFlex Face, each side has its own unique edge shaping. The toe’s edge is stretched and rounded, while the heel’s is narrow and sharp.

“Rebound Frame uses alternating layers of stiff and flexible zones to enhance overall COR, creating an effect that acts like a spring within a spring.

“XXIO 13 Drivers feature Rebound Frame with a Flat Cup Face for even more power on strikes across the face.

“To improve COR across the entire face, our Flat Cup Face has a larger, thinner center portion. This design allows for increased ball speed and distance no matter where you strike the ball.”