What is the difference between Fujikura Ventus red and blue?

What is the difference between Fujikura Ventus red and blue?

Ventus Red (R2, R, S, X) While the EI profiles of Ventus Red and Black differ slightly from Blue, the overall technology remains the same. Each shaft is developed around Fujikura’s VeloCore Technology with an accelerated taper design to amplify load and feel.

What is the difference between the Ventus red and Ventus black?

Fujikura recently rounded out their Ventus shaft line with the Ventus Red and Ventus Black. The original Ventus Blue was designed to be mid to low-mid launch shaft. The Ventus Red (mid-high) and Ventus Black (low) are leveraging the VeloCore Technology to offer the same tight dispersion and improved distance with different ball flight patterns.

Which Fujikura Ventus shaft should I buy?

The Fujikura website does a great job of telling you how tip and butt stiffness compare between their shafts. If you like Tensei Pro Orange, Ventus Black is the best comparison in the Ventus line but not a perfect match. I would be looking for a shaft that was more mid stiff.

What are the weight classes of the Fujikura Ventus black?

The Fujikura Ventus Black will be available in 60, 70, and 80 gram weight classes. In 60 and 70 grams, there will be a stiff and X flex. At 80 grams, the Ventus Black will only be available in X flex. Whether you want the stable, low launch performance of the Black or the slightly more active feel of the Blue, it’s hard to go wrong with Ventus.