Cobra has officially released there new product line for 2021. The new line, named "Radspeed" will be replacing the current King SpeedZone products. Radspeed products includes new drivers, fairways, hybrids and irons. The "Rad" comes from the word Radius. Cobra have focussed on the idea of Radius of Gyration in their new products. This essentially means they have placed weights as far from the clubs centre of gravity as possible, this helps to increase the overall speed of the club.
The driver range includes three different models, the Radspeed, the Radspeed XB (Xtreme Back) and Radspeed XD (Xtreme Draw). Presentation wise, the three models are close to identical, however, the three models offer a well suited product to all ranges of golfers, to those just starting, to the likes of tour pros Bryson Dechambeau and Rickie Fowler. The Cobra line has also included the CNC Infinity Milled Face which was introduced in the King SpeedZone. Each face takes 25 minutes to produce, and is wrapped around the body of the club increasing the size of the sweet spot.
They have also introduced three fairway woods, the Radspeed, the Radspeed Big Tour and Tour and the Radspeed Draw. These again, like the drivers, allow golfers a broad range of products to ensure they get the one best suited to them.
The two hybrid options, the Radspeed and Radpeed One, come equipped with forward weighting to help with lower launch, less spin and greater distance. The Hollow Split Rails on the soles allow for greater versatility from challenging lies. All woods and hybrids come in either a matte or gloss finish.
The new Radspeed iron range, similarly to the King Supersport putter has utilised 3D printing in their manufacturing. Cobra claims the use of this technology results in greater feel and removed any unneeded weight in the club head. The Radspeed irons have also been released in the popular "One Length" choice, which is sure to be utilised by reigning US Open Champion Bryson Dechambeau.