Mizuno claims that Mizuno MP-63 Irons is the evolution of the company's most popular tour iron the MP-62. Assuming you are not a tour player or top amateur, should you look farther down the Mizuno line for some more forgiveness?
Naturally, Mizuno is targeting lower handicaps with the MP-63. In the crowded MP line, the 63s occupy the slot between last year's cheap Mizuno MP-69 Irons (Mizuno's current "tour blade") and the mizuno mp-59 irons uk (which promises a little higher launch and slightly more forgiving option). But if you are trying to get better or if you just enjoy hitting draws and fades to get around the course, there is no reason to deny yourself those experiences.
One of the primary design goals of the mizuno mp-63 irons online was to improve on the feel and playability of the MP-62. So they copied the head size, top line, offset, and sole width, and then set to tuning the sound and feel and enhancing the grind to improve the irons' versatility in shot making.
Feel is improved over what I remember from demoing the Mizuno MP-53 Irons. A good swing and contact produces a feeling of squashing the ball against the clubface. While an off-center strike feels much like that with any other better players' iron, solid contact is rewarded with an absence of vibration, that buttery feel that you often hear associated with Mizuno forgings.
I can say, Mizuno MP irons are typically among the prettiest golf clubs you can play, at least from a major manufacturer. The MP-63s fit into that tradition nicely.