The first thing I’ll say about the new 2016 Mizuno JPX EZ irons is that I’m glad they got rid of the orange badges that made the previous editions look less than serious.
The 2016 Mizuno JPX EZ irons look much more in line with Mizuno’s reputation as a serious players’ iron.
These are forged from a new 1025 Boron, which Mizuno says is 30% stronger material and allows thinner faces. That results in more distance, and lets the weight savings be moved to the corners for forgiveness.
The wide sole design helps to lower the sweet spot to deliver easier flight. Moreover, the Triple Cut sole helps the player cleanly strike the ball from all types of lies.