The Box Elder Maple Tree is prolific throughout the Eastern United States, but trees with burls are most commonly found in Utah. This wood accepts dye better than any other wood, producing the most vibrant colors. In rare cases, the wood also holds on to long, swirling natural coloration. The relatively low-density wood allows us to highly-tailor the CG and MOI for ludicrous performance on the greens.

Red Grains

Natural Grains

Blue Widowmaker

Green and Yellow

Hawaiian Coastline Pattern

Black Grains

Blue Grains

Purple Grains

Purple Luna

Blue King