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Aldila launches new NVS shaft

12.10am 8th February 2005 - Corporate

The new NVS, which is a distinctive orange colour and was launched at the recent PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, features the same Micro Laminate Technology™ found in the NV shaft, but with a more responsive tip for those golfers seeking a higher ball flight.
“The NV has been an incredible success in the market and the new NVS is the perfect complement to it,” said Mike Rossi, Aldila’s vice president of marketing and sales. “We have found instant demand with the NVS launch. Most major distributors and leading OEM’s have already added the NVS to their product offerings.
“The combination of the NV and the NVS gives club makers and manufacturers the ability to fit players even more precisely than ever,” he added. “Complete with our Micro Laminate Technology™, the NV and NVS continue to provide the performance advantages players are looking for.”
The NV product line features state-of-the-art aerospace materials and Aldila’s exclusive Micro Laminate Technology™ that provides the player with enhanced power, consistent flex and precise feel. The NV and NVS graphite shafts have a range of weight options from 55-105 grams in 10-gram increments. The NV Hybrid is available in either 85 or 105 gram models in parallel and taper tip and the NV ProtoPype comes in 70 and 90 gram options.
Aldila www.aldila.com

       

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