1. SteelFiber i70 (.370 Parallel Tip) & i70cw (.355 Taper Tip Constant Weight)
The lightest SteelFiber iron golf shaft is a great option for slower swing speed players who are looking to raise ball flight and gain distance. The i70 is offered in a wide range of flexes and can hold up to the most demanding swings. For players looking to maximize their swing speed or wanting to play the golf club substantially over length while maintaining a reasonable swing weight, the SteelFiber i70 is the right shaft.
2. SteelFiber i80 (.370 Parallel Tip) & i80cw (.355″ Taper Tip Constant Weight)
SteelFiber i80 shafts give players all of the benefits of a 100% golf graphite shaft, plus unprecedented control and consistency for a shaft in this weight category. Whether a player is looking to regain the valuable yardage lost over the years or has lost accuracy because they are playing a 100% graphite shaft that is too light, the SteelFiber i80 is the perfect solution.
3. SteelFiber i95 (.370 Parallel Tip) & Steelfiber i95cw (.355 Taper Tip Constant Weight)
With more PGA Tour wins than any other golf graphite iron shaft in history, the SteelFiber i95 is the perfect transition into a lighter weight shaft. The i95 allows a player to achieve increased distance and reduced vibration, while simultaneously maintaining pinpoint accuracy and incredibly consistent distance control.
4. SteelFiber i110 (.370 Parallel Tip) & i110cw (.355″ Taper Tip Constant Weight)
Players who are sensitive to weight reduction in their irons golf shafts prefer the Tour Winning SteelFiber i110. Their advantages are the accuracy, consistency and vibration dampening of SteelFiber shafts, while maintaining a similar ball flight to much heavier steel shafts.
5. SteelFiber i125 (.370 Parallel tip) & i125cw (.355 Taper Tip Constant Weight)
SteelFiber i125 shafts are generally preferred by players who are looking to maintain the overall club weight and effort it takes to swing their golf steel-shafted irons but who also want to benefit from SteelFiber’s stability and the vibration-dampening characteristics of a golf graphite shaft.