FIRST LOOK: Limited-edition TaylorMade Stealth Black irons

Stealth irons black PVD finish

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On the heels of releasing the Stealth Bomber driving iron in a unique blacked-out PVD finish, TaylorMade is offering the same finish for a limited time on the entire Stealth irons line with the release of the Stealth Black.

Just like with the recently launched P790 irons equipped with a black PVD finish, the Stealth Black irons come with matching black KBS MAX MT shafts to offer even more shelf appeal for those that want to complete the look.

The TaylorMade Stealth black iron with PVD finish TaylorMade Golf

Stealth iron tech refresher

The Stealth iron is designed around offering a ton of technology packed into a sleek overall look.

The Stealth irons feature a multi-material carbon Cap Back design, which allows the face to flex without affecting the center of gravity location. The design is focused around a low-density polymer that supports the entire topline (heel-to-toe) and cavity to add rigidity to the head structure.

Inside the Stealth iron GOLF/TaylorMade

To go along with the Cap Back the Stealth includes a Thru-Slot Speed Pocket to increase the unsupported area of the face, creating a larger sweet spot for golfers who struggle with consistent contact, especially lower on the face. To complete the package of sound and feel, the irons have a vibration-dampening system behind the high-strength steel face to absorb unwanted vibrations and create a solid sound at impact.

Price and availability

TaylorMade’s Stealth Black irons will retail for $171 per club with steel shafts (7-piece set; $1,200), and are available now at

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TaylorMade Stealth Black irons

$1200 for a 7-piece set
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