McDermott Defy Shaft 3/8"-10 Grey Collar .843" Joint 13mm

McDermott Defy Shaft 3/8"-10 Grey Collar .843" Joint 13mm

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3/8x10 Joint

McDermott Defy Shaft 3/8"-10: Black Collar .843" Joint 13mm defies the stereotype of carbon fiber shafts. Defy gives you the unparalleled accuracy and control you can expect from carbon fiber, but state-of-the-art tech shatters traditional limitations of carbon fiber shafts. SmacWrap, originally designed for the aerospace industry, absorbs vibrations and dampens noise resulting in a more confident strike with a soft and quiet feel. The super smooth coating reduces friction, allowing the shaft to glide smoothly just like a traditional wood shaft. This Defy Shaft 3/8"-10 features:

  • Carbon Fiber construction
  • Defy Hybrid Taper
  • 13mm
  • Tip: Navigator Automatic (Soft), 10 layers of Japanese Pigskin Leather
  • Joint: 3/8"-10
  • Collar: Grey
  • Warranty: Lifetime Including Warpage
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  • Defy Shaft

    Posted by Lester Hayes on May 7th 2023

    Love this shaft! Very low deflection shaft with a nice smooth finish, it is also the quietest of all the carbon fiber shafts I've ever shot with.

  • McDermott Defy Shaft

    Posted by on Mar 7th 2021

    I ordered a Defy Shaft on Feb. 21st. and chose free delivery with tracking. On Feb. 24th the label was created and it arrived at the USPS in Kennesaw, GA on Feb. 25. Tracking the item daily, the next entry wasn't until March 3 when it arrived in Cincinnati, OH. I received the item on March 4th. The shaft was wrapped with a thick layer of bubble wrap and placed in a box. The box was damaged but the shaft was in perfect shape. The only down side is I have an older McDermott butt 3/8 X 10 and I am told the newer shafts are tapped slightly different. The shaft is very tight in the butt and, being an older person, I had to have someone else unscrew the shaft from the butt after I finally screwed it in. I was able to use a drop of graphite oil on the threads, which seems to help.