New Kit Launched!

We have more new products for you, fresh off the product-development conveyer belt, all of which will be hitting the tackle shops this week.

First up, we have a new hook link material, which is subtly, but crucially different from the rest of our range. Dark Matter braid is extremely supple and heavy, an attribute that it owes to its super-strong and dense braided filaments. The team has selected a dark, banded-camou finish to help it blend in with most lake bed types. Because Dark Matter is a heavier braid than normal, it’s also slightly thicker, with a lovely round profile, which means that it’s much kinder to the fish than some cheese-wire braids already on the market.

We reckon that Dark Matter is perfectly suited to presenting light hook baits over particles, in solid-bags or in any situation when you need a supple hook link to follow the contours of the lakebed, without the need for any extra clutter. The new braid is available in three different breaking strains: 15lb, 20lb and 30lb

If you’ve watched Underwater parts 7&8, then you can’t fail to have noticed the undoubted impact of the simple Anti-Tangle Sleeve. This unsung hero of a product was so crucial to Ali Hamidi’s results that we’ve introduced two new, tungsten-infused versions! The new sleeves do everything that the existing ones do, but they’re also extremely heavy, helping to pin your rig down even better. They have a fine taper and fit perfectly over a size-eight swivel, smoothing your setup, ensuring that it’s nice and neat.

Finally, we have the Tapered Sleeves. Again, these are a development from an existing product, our ubiquitous silicone sleeves. The team has simply engineered a sharp taper into the end of the sleeve, to help you cut down on tangles. They neatly cover your Kwik Link and Swivel to ensure that your components stay securely together, and most importantly help to prevent tangles. The new sleeves will be available in muddy brown and weedy green.

All of the new kit is available for your local shop to order this week, so pop along and see it for yourself.