Black Oxide

Black oxide is typically applied to carbon steel. It is a premium finish that essentially changes the surface of the steel to a deep pure black that helps protect against rust. Black oxide can receive in a number of surface sheen finishes through Carbon; shiny, satin, and matte. Shiny is a high polish glossy appearance, satin is a reduced glare ‘brushed’ sheen, and matte is the lowest glare professional media blasted finish.

Although black oxide protects against rust, owners should still take care to avoid corrosive chemicals and prolonged exposure to moisture, especially storage in wet head covers.

Fuel

Fuel is a cosmetic finish exclusively for carbon steel putters. The antique looking finish receives in a unique way for every putter and application, featuring a brown undertone with shades of brown, blue, gold, and green color movement throughout the finish. Similar to most finishes we offer, fuel can receive in a shiny, satin, or matte surface sheen depending on player preference.

The finish provides protection from corrosion, but the steel itself will always be vulnerable to rust, it is recommended to never store the putter in a wet head cover and generally keep the putter free from prolonged exposure to moisture.

Indigo

Indigo is a blue hue finish exclusively for carbon steel putters. The finish receives in a unique way for every putter and application, always blue in nature with varying degrees of blue, grey, and purples. Similar to most finishes we offer, indigo can receive in a shiny, satin, or matte surface sheen depending on player preference.

The finish provides protection from corrosion, but the steel itself will always be vulnerable to rust, it is recommended to never store the putter in a wet head cover and generally keep the putter free from prolonged exposure to moisture.

Element 29

Element 29 is a gold aesthetic finish exclusively for stainless steel putters. The finish receives in a unique way for every putter and application with the shade of gold getting darker as it gets flatter in surface finish. Element 29 can receive in a shiny, satin, or matte surface sheen depending on player preference.

Stainless

Stainless is inherently corrosion resistant, and as such it can be left without any secondary finish applied and is the best option for wear over time. Still, the surface can receive in a shiny, satin, or matte surface sheen depending on player preference.

Polymer

Polymer coatings can receive in nearly any color and on any material, making it a good choice for exotic and colorful finish options. Since it is a coating, it can protect carbon steel putters from rust better than most finishes, and is just as durable; non the less, we always recommend a head cover when not in use, as no finish is invulnerable to physical wear and damage.

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