The RIP Iron has been used to win multiple times on Tour in 2013. What sets the RIP Iron apart is that it is lower in torque and is straighter along its length than any steel shaft. Its not as good as steel, its better. The new Aldila RIP iron incorporates Aldila’s Tour proven RIP Technology® with unique composite construction to create a new and innovative shaft flex profile for maximum distance and control – Hyperbolic Flex Technology™. RIP Technology repositions the materials and patterns to optimize the performance characteristics of the shaft. Hyperbolic Flex Technology provides a stiff tip section for optimal launch and spin control, with a very firm butt section for an incredibly stable feel, while the center section of the shaft is softer to provide outstanding kick through impact to maximize ball speed. Available in both 90 and 115 gram designs.
do you sell in a set ? as in 3-pw. for a better price.
Asked by: rusty
Rip Tour iron shafts are sold individually. No set discounts.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2015-02-04
I want to put these shafts into Titleist AP2 714 4 thru pw, what length goes in what club head.
Asked by: murfdogg
The Aldila Rip Tour Irons Come in 1/2 inch increments 35.5" thru 39.5". For the 4 - PW, 35.5" for the PW, 36" for the 9, 36.5" for the 8, etc. thru the 4 iron, which would be the 38.5" shaft.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-01-02
what else would I need to fit this shaft with a cg16 7 iron
Asked by: matzer
sandpaper for tip preparation
cut of wheel for cutting butt to length
grip tape solvent
to do it right:?
swing weight scale
tip weights for swing weight adjustment
Answered by: DerGolfmeister
Date published: 2014-10-13
When will you have the rip tour iron shafts
Asked by: Rickster
We have the Rip Tour Iron shafts currently. The only sku we do not have in stock is the 115 R 39.5". We have all other skus in the 90 and 115 in stock. AL0046 is the code for the 90, AL0044 is the code for the 115.