Nike Vapor Fly Blackout Driver

For those of you who get amped about equipment one-offs, Nike is taking the TaylorMade approach and releasing a Nike Vapor Fly Blackout Driver to attract those with a...

For those of you who get amped about equipment one-offs, Nike is taking the TaylorMade approach and releasing a Nike Vapor Fly Blackout Driver to attract those with a short attention span.

 

From Nike:

Part of the “In The Hunt” Energy Pack, the Nike Vapor Fly Blackout Driver features an updated aesthetic that pays tribute to the origins and heritage of Nike Golf in modern detail. It’s made with 30% less weight in the crown so you can hit with extra power, giving you more length and height off the tee.

BENEFITS

  • Flybeam structure offers more stability, focusing more energy into the face
  • Flexloft 2 technology for 15 different launch conditions for a custom drive
  • Redesigned Hyperflight face increases ball speed
  • Compression channel offers more forgiveness on miss hits
  • Covert cavity-back design distributes weight evenly for more forgiveness
  • Symmetrical C-shape head design provides more stability

There is a catch, however. The Nike Vapor Fly Blackout Driver isn’t available to everyone, only to people with a Nike iD . . . that’s how you “unlock” an opportunity to purchase it. If you don’t have a Nike iD, you can register for one, but that means you are then waitlisted, and the Blackout Drivers will probably be sold out before you have the chance to get one.

If you do have an iD, then the cost of the Nike Vapor Fly Blackout Driver is $350.

Nike Vapor Fly Blackout Driver Crown

Nike Vapor Fly Blackout Driver Face

Nike Vapor Fly Blackout Driver Toe

Nike Vapor Fly Blackout Driver Sole

 

 

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One Comment
  • contact@kenneth.fr'
    Kenneth
    11 May 2016 at 10:13 am

    I love the design of this driver, but maybe a bit too dark ? Anyway, I don’t have a nike ID 😉

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