A low elongation design that faithfully reproduces the lure action such as twitch and jerk that the angler imagines while suppressing the initial elongation while having a supple and smooth thread quality. Its low elongation enables direct hooking of large trout to the tough upper jaw. In addition, excellent wear resistance prevents line breaks during rolling action during structure and landing.
* It is IGFA compliant and is designed to break when the linear strength is less than the indicated LB.
- 100% SUPER NYLON
- TITANIUM BROWN
Material comparison table
|About 2.5 times that of nylon
|Opposite line 70-80%
|Diagonal line 60-70%
|Approximately 40% of the opposite straight line
|The surface is soft and easily scratched
|The surface is hard and not easily scratched
|Sensitive to frictional heat
|Softer and easier to handle than Fluoro.
The ease of handling when wound as a road thread is unmatched. It also has excellent shock absorption. Although it is stronger than Fluoro, it is inferior to Fluoro in long-term use and durability in water due to its water absorption.
|Abrasion resistance and durability are superior to nylon. In addition, the sensitivity is outstanding because the initial elongation is small. Since it has a specific density of 1.78, it sinks quickly and can be haste. As Harris is harder than nylon, it has low knot strength, but it is hard to get entangled and fluffy. As a road thread, it is superior because there is little thread dandruff when the wind is strong.
|It is a very interesting material because it has strong linear strength and no elongation. However, you need to be careful about how to tie it when using it. It is vulnerable to threads and frictional heat, and is also inconvenient for kink and tangles. However, if you do not make a mistake in using it, the color will fade, but the durability is outstanding. Although it has a 100% share of the fishing path, it is difficult to divert it to other uses.