Aerotech Sports was founded in 1991 and was the first company to produce an NHL approved composite Hockey Stick. Aerotech quickly began expanding its product base to include Bike Components, Helmets, Fishing Rods, Knee Braces, Violin Bows and Golf Shafts. Beginning production of Golf Shafts in 1994, Aerotech was able to take advantage of its vast knowledge of composites and create new innovative performance enhancing designs. Originally operating as an OEM supplier Aerotech produced golf shafts for companies such as Cleveland Golf, Adams Golf, Fenwick, Lynx, Zevo and Pure Spin among many others. By launching its own branded golf shafts in 2002, Aerotech has become known as a producer of some of the most innovative, high quality golf shafts on the market. In order to focus its resources exclusively towards golf shafts, the golf division split from the parent company, Aerotech Sports, in October 2005 and formed a new company called Aerotech Golf LLC.
|MODEL||FLEX||CPM||TORQUE||WT. (g)||PARALLEL TIP||SWING SPEED||BENEFITS||COLOR|
|i70||L||3.5||74||5||63-78||The lightest SteelFiber shaft in the lineup is a great shaft for those slower swing speed players looking to gain as much yardage as possible.||N/A|
|i80||L||3.1||85||5.5||64-79||The number one selling SteelFiber iron shaft, the i80, gives a player all of the benefits of a 100% graphite shaft but with remarkable control and consistency.||N/A|
|i95||R||2.5||95||5.25||87-104||The SteelFiber i95 is a great transition into a lighter weight iron shaft without going too light and substantially changing the feel of the club during the swing.||N/A|
|i110||S||1.9||110||5.25||101-116||Players looking to go a little bit lighter than the typical steel shafted irons choose the SteelFiber i110 so they can pick up some yardage while maintaining a low penetrating ball flight and avoid changing the overall feel they are accustomed to from playing steel shafts.||N/A|
|i125||R||1.9||125||N/A||92-107||This shaft is generally preferred by stronger players that are looking to maintain the overall effort it takes to swing their steel shafted irons but wants to benefit from the vibration dampening characteristics of a composite shaft.||N/A|