What is a Kurokage shaft?

What is a Kurokage shaft?

™ This series of shafts feature two key technologies: Low Resin Content (L.R.C.) Prepreg and Titanium Nickel (TiNi) Wire. After first using TiNi Wire in our ultra-light products, we wanted to see how it would perform in heavier, tour-weighted shafts.

Is Kuro Kage shaft good?

In my opinion, the Kuro Kage feels like a Kaili with a stiffer tip. It has a nice kick in the midsection of the shaft on a good swing. What’s interesting is that on a less-than-good swing, there is very little kick or feel. With regard to the hybrid shaft, I unequivocally love the feel.

What does Kuro Kage mean?

black shadow
Kuro Kage, by the way, means black shadow when translated into English.

Will a stiffer shaft increase distance?

If the shaft flex is too stiff, your average distance will remain low. If you are struggling with a slice, it is highly likely you are using stiff club shafts.

Is Aldila owned by Mitsubishi?

In 2013, Aldila, Inc. was acquired by Mitsubishi Chemical and, today, both brands operate out of the same corporate headquarters in Carlsbad, California. Together, the brands share over 768 driver shaft wins on all major tours since 2004 and have supported more than 90% of major wins in the past three years.

Can you hit a golf ball farther with a stiff shaft?

No, not necessarily. Whilst this is a heavier object to strike the ball with and that should make it go further, you have to balance your swing speed with this weight. For many golfers a lighter shaft will allow them to generate higher clubhead speeds.

Are Kuro Kage shafts any good?

Few shafts in recent memory have made the immediate and lasting splash that the Kuro Kage has. Whether you look at the bags of Tour players or the shafts that OEMs choose for their clubs, the Kuro Kage is everywhere.

Is the Mitsubishi Kurokage Tini a good shaft?

The Kuro Kage TiNi is a tour quality shaft Mitsubishi. It exhibits the extremely smooth profile and low torque one would expect in a $400 product. The KuroKage Black and Silver are budget priced $175 shafts from Mitsubishi. Like the second brand of a vineyard, a great shaft, but not quite the tight torque typical on the premium models.

How does the Mitsubishi Kuro Kage compare to the Diamana series?

As I said at the beginning, the Kuro Kage is being offered at a much lower price than Mitsubishi’s Diamana series. The wood shafts can be purchased for $175, and the hybrid shafts retail for $80. For this review, I tested both the wood shaft and the hybrid shaft. The wood shaft was a 70 gram stiff,…

What is the difference between the Kurokage 60s and the white board?

The KuroKage 60S tip torque is 3.1 compared to the original White Board at 2.0. In late 2013 TiNi wire was added to the tip. A full review of the upgraded KuroKage Silver TiNi is now available. This entry was posted in Driver Shafts, Mitsubishi Chemical, Russ Ryden – Fit2Score on May 25, 2013 by Russ .