Introducing Miura Giken TB-Zero FE99.3% Irons - Limited.
Here we have the Miura Giken TB-ZERO blade, which is Miura Japan’s latest muscle back. Today, we have a particular version produced in limited numbers using a material process called fe 99.3% pure. Why would Miura Japan create a second version using a different technique? The simple answer is for a softer feel, as Miura’s are known to deliver firm feedback outside of the clubface center.
There is a limited supply and we only have a few left. Offered in Chrome Satin or Black Oxide Finish as heads only 4-PW
Miura Giken TB-Zero FE99.3% Iron Specification.
** Miura’s lawyers want me to write that we are no longer an authorized dealer. There are many reasons I’m sure you guys would find surprising, and I won’t get into it. One thing has been clear, Miura Global doesn’t want the rest of the world to see or purchase the best and newest versions offered by Miura Giken Japan. Both are quality products made the same way, but to put it simply, many of the global products are dated, Japanese models. For example, the “new” MB-101 is the 2007 MB-5003 from Japan. The baby blade and 1957 blade, as they are known in the USA, are designs so old they have not been used for almost two decades in Japan. The TOUR wedge in Japan is made of FE99% standard while the global model is not, So one would only guess that the TB-Zero from Japan is Miura globals next blade model in a year or two, hopefully not ten years from now like some of the others. Feel free to cross-reference the release years (here)
|Finish||W Nickel Chrome Deep Satin Finish / Black|
|Contents||# 3||# 4||# 5||# 6||# 7||# 8||# 9||PW||PS|
|Face Progression (mm)||4.0||4.5||4.8||4.8||5.0||5.5||5.5||5.5||6.0|