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PRODUCT FEATURE


Sufi x NanoBraid shows how it’s done


The makings of a good fi shing line... E


very fisherman has their preferences to what makes a fishing line good. And those requirements vary significantly depending on the fishing style and conditions. The Sufix mono and braided fishing lines include products developed for all applications: blue water, inshore, fresh water lakes, small streams, big rivers and white


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water. Each Sufix line is designed with attributes for a specific purpose. Most importantly, every Sufix line needs to meet these stringent criteria. Accurate published line breaking strains and diameters, uniform line quality with good knot strength, superior level of abrasion resistance and are comfortable and easy-to-use. Sufix NanoBraid is


built with a Wide Angle Braiding Technology that creates higher tension on the braiding process, resulting in a tight weave and super strong, silky smooth line. The densely braided Dyneema fibers and a high pitch-count – up to twice as high as on most braided lines – gives consistent quality, uniform diameter and increased abrasion resistance, improving


the line’s performance. Sufix NanoBraid is up to


three times stronger than other lines in the category and also features superior knot and shock strength unmatched by any other ultra thin line. The silky soft line is extremely sensitive and runs quietly through the guides. And the best thing is the price! NanoBraid offers superb performance at an affordable price.


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