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WTB "Face Savers" or Similar Type Vintage Blades Covers


Wade Patton

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They're old, they're vinyl and slip snugly on/off to the tiny blades of yesteryear. I just don't like my irons beating each other to death in the bag, and I've tried the "new-type" neoprene covers and they're just too big, they'll hardly stay on and they don't provide as much protection.

I still have a partial set for my main clubs, but "new" vintage sets of irons keep following me home...

Hope somebody has a dusty old set in a closet, shed, or garage that can be purchased reasonably. Let me know what you've got, Thanks!

 

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I have a set similar to these from Amazon:

https://amzn.to/3N7YclQ

I use them when I travel.

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1 hour ago, iacas said:

I have a set similar to these from Amazon:

 

I use them when I travel.

Thanks,
I've seen those but not tried them out, I figured they'd be loose all but the lock on 70's-80's blades. The neoprene-type are just too hard to keep on.  I found a full NOS set of the old-type Face Savers on ebay and made an offer. They're in the mail. I reckon I should close the ad. But then I might buy more in case I acquire more sets of oldies. so I can get another set of old irons in good condition.

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Those pictured above are exactly what I need--they're a perfect fit for the old sticks. Yes I would buy another set. RH any color.

 

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Well I've got all I need at present. Picked 'em off Ebay. 

But I'd buy another NOS set if anyone runs across such. 

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