Cobra Darkspeed Vs Cobra Aerojet Irons
Only a year separates the Cobra Darkspeed and Aerojet irons.
So are there any major differences between them? Let’s find out.
Cobra Darkspeed Irons Overview
“The Darkspeed irons feature HOT face design, refined PWR-BRIDGE weighting and hollow body construction.”
The Cobra Darkspeed look great with their matte gunmetal finish, shrunk down sole and more compact face profile.
But they are still forgiving. The single-post suspended PWR-BRIDGE weight allows for more stability which means tighter dispersion.
They are mid-high launch and yielded slightly above average distance for me. The Cobra Darkspeed irons retail for $1000.
Cobra Aerojet Irons Overview
“The Aerojet irons feature soft polymer inserts, HOT face design and PWR-BRIDGE weighting.”
The Aerojet irons have slightly thicker soles and a chrome finish.
They can be a bit more forgiving because of the larger face profile; but in general, they played about 5 yards shorter than the Cobra Darkspeed irons.
The dual-post suspended weight design seemed to hinder face flexion a bit relative to the single-post weighting of the Cobra Darkspeed irons. The Aerojet irons are $800.
“The Aerojet irons are still good, forgiving GI irons; but for better distance, try the Cobra Darkspeed irons.”