Posts Tagged ‘Mizuno’

Mizuno Launches SS17 Apparel Range

Mar 16th
2017

For serious golfers (Shared from GolfPunk)

Mizuno is launching a new collection of golf apparel for Spring Summer 2017 aimed specifically at serious golfers.

Founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1906, Mizuno has built its reputation in golf on its forged irons, but it also offers some of the most technologically advanced performance apparel on the market.

The SS17 golf collection has been designed to reflect Mizuno’s premium status within golf and the company’s unique Japanese heritage. But wait, there’s more…

Mizuno re–introduce golf shoes

Mar 9th
2017

With the NEXLITE SL (Shared from GolfPunk)

Mizuno may be renowned for its beautiful forged golf clubs, but it also boasts a long and rich heritage in footwear, which has been put to good effect with the addition of the ultra–lightweight NEXLITE SL golf shoe for Spring/Summer 2017.

Founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1906, Mizuno has long held a great reputation for its golf clubs, but globally it is footwear that actually represents the brand’s largest product category. That footwear portfolio has long included golf shoes, and from Spring/Summer 2017, Mizuno will be re–introducing its golf footwear to the UK and Europe.

The first new model to arrive will be the NEXLITE SL, an ultralight 275 gram shoe engineered by Mizuno’s award–winning running team and packed with technology to make walking the course as pleasurable and comfortable an experience as possible. NEXLITE SL are a stylish, spikeless, summer shoe built on the patented Mizuno WAVE platform, which runners across the globe have long relied on for long-lasting cushioning, stability and comfort.  But wait, there’s more…

Mizuno JPX 900 Hot Metal Irons

Aug 18th
2016

Warning: May sizzle…

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Shared from GolfPunk

Hot Metal. I’ve always loved that name, whenever Mizuno use it. From the bizarre flat-topped Hot Metal woods my dad used when I was a kid, to these new irons, Hot Metal has always been the name Mizuno have reserved for golf clubs that hit the ball further. And these new Mizuno JPX Hot Metal irons are designed to be crazy long!

The newest Hot Metal is called Chromoly 4140M. Mizuno has given these the thinnest ever cup face they’ve ever been able to put on an iron. Which is great for hitting iron shots that fly further, wherever on the face you hit them.  But wait, there’s more…