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Nike VR_S X Irons - (Steel) 4-AW

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Product Information:

Power the ball higher, longer and straighter with the VR_S X Irons. The ultra-thin stainless steel clubface and NexCor variable face-thickness technology means improved distance on every swing. Nike's PowerBow technology generates shots with maximum carry and straighter golf ball flight that steeply descend to the green, giving golfers the accuracy and control they crave out on the course. Get to the green faster with the Nike Men's VR_S X Irons.

  • VR_S X Irons are constructed of high-strength, ultra-thin stainless steel and go farther than ever
  • NexCOR variable face-thickness (VFT) technology means a high COR face for more distance off every swing
  • Irons face construction expands the maximum COR zone around the middle and lower area of the face where the club contacts the ball
  • PowerBow technology positions the weight off the face generating a faster, higher launch
  • Undercut construction in the face means maximum carry, straighter ball flight and steeper decent for improved control and accuracy
  • True Temper Uniflex Steel Shafts
  • Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 Grips
  • Nike

4 Iron SPECS:

  • Loft: 21.0°
  • Lie: 60.5°
  • Length: 39.5"
  • Offset: .205"
  • Bounce: 3.0°
  • Head Weight: 238.0g
  • Swing Weight: D1-D3

5 Iron SPECS:

  • Loft: 24.0°
  • Lie: 61.5°
  • Length: 38.8"
  • Offset: .200"
  • Bounce: 4.0°
  • Head Weight: 247.0g
  • Swing Weight: D1-D3

6 Iron SPECS:

  • Loft: 27.0°
  • Lie: 62.5°
  • Length: 38.1"
  • Offset: .190"
  • Bounce: 5.0°
  • Head Weight: 257.0g
  • Swing Weight: D1-D3

7 Iron SPECS:

  • Loft: 31.0°
  • Lie: 63.0°
  • Length: 37.5"
  • Offset: .165"
  • Bounce: 6.0°
  • Head Weight: 264.0g
  • Swing Weight: D1-D3

8 Iron SPECS:

  • Loft: 35.0°
  • Lie: 63.5°
  • Length: 37.0"
  • Offset: .160"
  • Bounce: 7.0°
  • Head Weight: 270.0g
  • Swing Weight: D1-D3

9 Iron SPECS:

  • Loft: 39.0°
  • Lie: 64.0°
  • Length: 36.5"
  • Offset: .140"
  • Bounce: 8.0°
  • Head Weight: 276.0g
  • Swing Weight: D1-D3


  • Loft: 44.0°
  • Lie: 64.5°
  • Length: 36.0"
  • Offset: .080"
  • Bounce: 9.0°
  • Head Weight: 285.0g
  • Swing Weight: D1-D3


  • Loft: 48.0°
  • Lie: 65.0°
  • Length: 36.0"
  • Offset: .080"
  • Bounce: 9.0°
  • Head Weight: 285.0g
  • Swing Weight: D1-D3
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 22747636

Customer Reviews:

Nike VR_S X Irons - (Steel) 4-AW 4.6 5 45 45
Great game improvement clubs I will preface this review with, these clubs won't make a bad swing good or turn bad contact into a good shot. However I upgraded to these from a basic complete set of wilson clubs and there is a marked difference in my play. I personally have noticed better distance and contact on slight off center hits (not miss hits) and distance is 10-15 yards better than a cheaper set of irons. I was hitting my 7 about 145-155 and now it's closer to 160-170. The best part about these clubs though, the launch. These irons launch very easily getting the ball up higher on every shot. Where I noticed this most was on my 8-A irons. I was already able to get descent backspin but these clubs have helped me really "stick" my shot. One time out and I am already sitting the ball down within a foot of my divots. These irons have added some confidence to my game and I would highly recommend them to an intermediate golfer looking to improve their score. 27 yr old male 90's golfer September 8, 2014
Great clubs,and price. Very forgiving clubs,I added about ten yards of distance with every iron. September 1, 2014
Very good easy to hit irons! I just started playing golf about a year ago- I started with an older Titleist set that was fairly hard to hit. They were fairly shift staff and the sweet spot was tiny. Realizing that I need some forgiveness I tested out a few iron sets at Dick's and found that I really liked these. The flex was nicely in between a stiff and regular shaft for me- which is helping the transition to something more my skill level. I shoot in the high 80's/low 90's for now (hoping to get better!) But after playing a round with these and being at the range, I've found these are pretty smooth. Smooth to swing, I like the weight and smooth on contact, way less buzz when I miss-hit. And the miss-hits are not too bad. They go much further than my older clubs with the same miss-hits. I would recommend these for any beginners/intermediate players. The only negative is that the heads are a little wide (fat? not sure what the right word is for that) compared to my old irons which were much thinner. I know this helps me hit them easier, but its just a little odd at address for me. I will get used to this though, I'm sure of that. (Also, what a steal at around $300!) August 31, 2014
Just Good !!!!!!! I've been golfing for many years, started with junk set, went to my sons better set of hand me downs, now after some 30 years of just enjoying golf and learning how to play & swing. I splurged an got this set for myself, BEST move I ever made, I have played 5 rounds so far, my score has dropped 8 strokes without playing any different than before. Just love the loft and everything about them !!!!!!!! August 26, 2014
Great Set of Irons Moved up from a set of starter clubs and this set really is a bang for the buck. They are sold out in stores, bought the display still wrapped up!! Look Great too August 24, 2014
Great PRICE, AWESOME clubs! I just got this set 2 weeks ago and already dropped my score by 8. I bought a cheap $150 set 2 years ago when I first picked up the game. I did well with those clubs with an average score between 90-95. Did a couple of rounds and I've been getting to the green with less strokes and more accuracy. It just feels better. I know they're pitched different but if you don't have good mechanics and a consistent swing, these won't improve your game. Get good with your current set then look to upgrade. August 8, 2014
Best Bang For Your Buck I upgraded to these clubs about two months ago and did not want to write a review until I played at least 50 holes or more with them. First of all, the Nike VRS Iron Set is not more "forgiving" than any other clubs out there. If you have bad mechanics with an off brand club, then your swing won't magically become better because you upgraded to a Nike set. Keeping that in mind, as a recreational golfer, I believe these clubs offer a visually attractive, and well made set of clubs for $300 when compared to other major brands. I have used many different brands of clubs such as Taylor Made, Callaway, Ping, Cobra #which I absolutely hate# and obviously Nike. I must admit that my shots with these clubs were consistent and comparable to any of the major brands at almost half the cost. July 31, 2014
Big Difference Upgraded from a generic set of irons to these - it was amazing the difference. The weighting of the clubs felt great and I was surprised with the added length. Good set of irons July 31, 2014
Great for Intermediate players! I have been playing about 2 years... I played a very very very average box set, and decided to upgrade. I bought these irons 3 weeks ago... haven't shot above a 93 and if I was putting better id be low 80's every time. These irons are fairly forgiving and will add on average 5-10 yards a club, or at least do for me. The few yards it adds is a big deal. They feel great and really sound sweet when they're struck properly. I really have no negatives to these clubs. July 26, 2014
New to golf I have the bug. I started playing golf 6 weeks ago and I can't stop. I spend most of my time on the driving range and on the putting and chipping greens. I have only played one full round of 18 holes just two days ago and I shot 105. I would like to give the credit to these clubs,but I can't. I am a natural. It's all me. Just kidding. A little about myself...I am 6' 225lbs and I have roughly a 72" arm span. I also have multiple ruptured discs in my lower back so I don't crush the ball yet, but I am getting there. These clubs fit me perfectly. They feel great in my hands and as long as I keep my head in one place when I am swinging, I make a solid connection with the ball. I can hit my 4 iron about 175 yards consistently. However the approach wedge is my favorite. It's just a great club and in spite of my back and limited rotation I can still hit it just as well as everybody else on the range. Which brings me to my only non-positive comment on these clubs. The loft on the AW is 48 degrees, which is the same loft as that on my friends PW. I get the impression that Nike lowered the loft to make guys like me feel like we were doing just as well as others. (Lower loft = longer drive), but it leaves us hanging on the shorter shots. Think of these clubs not as a 4 to AW, rather a 21 degree 4 iron to a 48 degree PW. I have only taken one lesson so far and the pro immediately recommended that I get a 60 degree lob wedge. (I did. It's awesome. Sorry nike. I got a Cleveland.) But after playing one round I realized that I am missing 12 degrees of versatility. I am now contemplating a 52 and a 56 degree Cleveland or just a 54 degree. I will make my decision next month after I have a little more experience with my clubs. To sum up, these clubs are perfectly weighted, easy to control, very forgiving and they look good in my bag, but they are inherently incomplete because of the low loft. Expect to buy two or three more higher lofted clubs to round out your irons. July 20, 2014
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