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1 September 2012
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The Mizuno JPX825 irons are designed with balanced performance in mind, offering both extreme ball speeds and high levels of forgiveness.
Engineered to produce a more solid feel than its predecessors, the JPX825 is packed within a two tone chrome profile that never becomes overly offset or too bulky. The longer irons feature a pocket cavity design that helps achieve more forgiveness within a manageable head size. The thin, Hot Metal face is responsive and delivers incredible ball speeds and a high, soft landing flight.
The shorter irons in the Mizuno JPX825 set are more playable and versatile. They feature a more compact, solid design to the offer a greater level of precision.
Mizuno wanted to have all the forgiveness and speed offered by the JPX825 without a loss of feel. Using their Harmonic Impact Technology, a re-engineered cavity frame ensures shots retain enough feedback to keep the player informed, without being punished.
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The Mizuno JPX825 irons succeed the JPX800 and from address look pretty similar. It's on the back of the head that things are different with redesigned cavity structure.
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