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Semi-rigid Weedy Green Acrylic Coated Glass Rig Tubing - 1mm I.D.

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Semi-rigid Weedy Green Acrylic Coated Glass Rig Tubing - 1mm I.D.
This Rig Tubing keeps its elasticity and maintains its colour unlike any other rig tubing. Used primarily as an anti tangle tube in conjunction with lead clips, inline leads, tail rubbers and helicopter rigs.
2 mtr pack
Excl. VAT: £1.65 Incl. VAT: £1.98
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Durable weedy green rig tubing. Coloured especially to provide the least intrusive aesthetic possible in various environments and settings. The resin coatings are applied as an aqueous solution meaning there won't be any environmetal complications as a result of its use.

The material is semi rigid, yet still has the level of flexibility required for use. One such benefit of this is to allow the easy feed through of your thread line. Similarly the material is extremely tough despite it's low weight of only 4g/m


  • Weedy green colour will blend in with most lake and river beds
  • Environmentally friendly due to their resin coatings being applied as aqueous solutions
  • Semi rigid yet flexible material ensures easy feed of thread line
  • Lightweight material (approx 4g/m) yet extremely tough


The acrylic resin coated sleevings are characterised by excellent flexibility allied to high abrasion resistance and mechanical strength.


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