The look of a club at address is important. It inspires trust and confidence in your swing, and for some, reducing glare and increasing contast between the club head and ball is important.
Miura is aiming to take on these needs with a new limited number edition of their iron sets. Due to the time and effort needed to create the Black Boron finish, Miura is only guaranteeing about 10 sets in the new finish every month. To date, they’ve pumped out the CB-501 irons and Passing Point 9003 irons in Black Boron.
Adam Barr, president of Miura had these comments on the new finish:
We’ve found black finishes so popular that we really had to look into making these, even though we can only manage small quantities and maintain Miura standards.
There’s no doubt the Black Boron is a unique finish… and it’s unique in comparison to other black finishes on the market. Miura’s color density makes it look a very deep DEEP black.
MSRP on the Black Boron irons is $2275 for a set of 4-PW, or $325 per club. If you’re interested in picking up a set (or just an iron or two), head over to MiuraGolf.com.