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AIR FORCE ONE Combo N7 NITROGEN CHARGED IRONS 4-PW, SW PowerBilt is turning doubters into believers. Skeptics scoffed last year when PowerBilt introduced the Air Forcce One: drivers, fairway woods and hybrids with club heads filled with nitrogen gas. They thought it was just another golf gimmick, until they tried it. Now, PowerBilt is introducing nitrogen-charged irons. And they are ""ballistic"" says Ross Kvvinge, president of PowerBilt. ""There is a way to imp rove distance in irons, and we've figured it out,"" adds Kvinge. ""By filling the iron head with nitrogen gas , we've been able to thin the face and create a much bigger sweet spot. The result is longer shots with more consistent spin rates no matter where you hit the ball on the face. So you not only get more distance, you get better accuracy, too."" Kvinge points out that the technology goes beyond nitrogen. To maximize club-head speed, PowerBilt is using a proprietary Apollo steel shaft which weighs only 85 grams - much lighter than a conventional steel shaft and slightly more than graphite. The shafts also have variable kick points. In the long irons thee kick point is low to promote higher trajectory. A mid kick point is used in the middle irons to promote both distance and accuracy, while the short irons utilize a high kick point for dead-on accuracy. In side-by-side testing against industry-leading irons, the Air Force One - Air Foil consistently hit thee ball 10 yards farther with long-iron shots. ""If I hadn't seen it with my own eyes, I wouldn't have believed it,"" states Kvinge. The lofts are standard for modern-day irons: #4-21; #7-311; PW-45. The sole width transitions throughout the set so each club produces desired playability and easy launch angles. T he top line gets thinner ass the set moves toward thee short irons. And the offset is progressive. Features Hollow * 431 Stainless Steel * 2 Piece Hollow Core Construction * Nitrogen Charged * Edge to Edge Sweet Spot * Weightless Face Support * Nitrogen Pressurized Club Head * Progressive Offset Features Cavity Back * 431 Stainless Steel * Deep Undercut Cavity * Oversized Face * Progressive Offset * Optimum Trajectory Specs CLUB LOFT L

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Home Golf Clubs Drivers PowerBilt Air Force N7 One Combo Iron Set

AIR FORCE ONE Combo N7 NITROGEN CHARGED IRONS 4-PW, SW PowerBilt is turning doubters into believers. Skeptics scoffed last year when PowerBilt introduced the Air Forcce One: drivers, fairway woods and hybrids with club heads filled with nitrogen gas. They thought it was just another golf gimmick, until they tried it. Now, PowerBilt is introducing nitrogen-charged irons. And they are ""ballistic"" says Ross Kvvinge, president of PowerBilt. ""There is a way to imp rove distance in irons, and we've figured it out,"" adds Kvinge. ""By filling the iron head with nitrogen gas , we've been able to thin the face and create a much bigger sweet spot. The result is longer shots with more consistent spin rates no matter where you hit the ball on the face. So you not only get more distance, you get better accuracy, too."" Kvinge points out that the technology goes beyond nitrogen. To maximize club-head speed, PowerBilt is using a proprietary Apollo steel shaft which weighs only 85 grams - much lighter than a conventional steel shaft and slightly more than graphite. The shafts also have variable kick points. In the long irons thee kick point is low to promote higher trajectory. A mid kick point is used in the middle irons to promote both distance and accuracy, while the short irons utilize a high kick point for dead-on accuracy. In side-by-side testing against industry-leading irons, the Air Force One - Air Foil consistently hit thee ball 10 yards farther with long-iron shots. ""If I hadn't seen it with my own eyes, I wouldn't have believed it,"" states Kvinge. The lofts are standard for modern-day irons: #4-21; #7-311; PW-45. The sole width transitions throughout the set so each club produces desired playability and easy launch angles. T he top line gets thinner ass the set moves toward thee short irons. And the offset is progressive. Features Hollow * 431 Stainless Steel * 2 Piece Hollow Core Construction * Nitrogen Charged * Edge to Edge Sweet Spot * Weightless Face Support * Nitrogen Pressurized Club Head * Progressive Offset Features Cavity Back * 431 Stainless Steel * Deep Undercut Cavity * Oversized Face * Progressive Offset * Optimum Trajectory Specs CLUB LOFT L

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AIR FORCE ONE Combo N7 NITROGEN CHARGED IRONS 4-PW, SW PowerBilt is turning doubters into believers. Skeptics scoffed last year when PowerBilt introduced the Air Forcce One: drivers, fairway woods and hybrids with club heads filled with nitrogen gas. They thought it was just another golf gimmick, until they tried it. Now, PowerBilt is introducing nitrogen-charged irons. And they are ""ballistic"" says Ross Kvvinge, president of PowerBilt. ""There is a way to imp rove distance in irons, and we've figured it out,"" adds Kvinge. ""By filling the iron head with nitrogen gas , we've been able to thin the face and create a much bigger sweet spot. The result is longer shots with more consistent spin rates no matter where you hit the ball on the face. So you not only get more distance, you get better accuracy, too."" Kvinge points out that the technology goes beyond nitrogen. To maximize club-head speed, PowerBilt is using a proprietary Apollo steel shaft which weighs only 85 grams - much lighter than a conventional steel shaft and slightly more than graphite. The shafts also have variable kick points. In the long irons thee kick point is low to promote higher trajectory. A mid kick point is used in the middle irons to promote both distance and accuracy, while the short irons utilize a high kick point for dead-on accuracy. In side-by-side testing against industry-leading irons, the Air Force One - Air Foil consistently hit thee ball 10 yards farther with long-iron shots. ""If I hadn't seen it with my own eyes, I wouldn't have believed it,"" states Kvinge. The lofts are standard for modern-day irons: #4-21; #7-311; PW-45. The sole width transitions throughout the set so each club produces desired playability and easy launch angles. T he top line gets thinner ass the set moves toward thee short irons. And the offset is progressive. Features Hollow * 431 Stainless Steel * 2 Piece Hollow Core Construction * Nitrogen Charged * Edge to Edge Sweet Spot * Weightless Face Support * Nitrogen Pressurized Club Head * Progressive Offset Features Cavity Back * 431 Stainless Steel * Deep Undercut Cavity * Oversized Face * Progressive Offset * Optimum Trajectory Specs CLUB LOFT L

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