Low visibility and slight sinking fluorocarbon tippet made in Japan. It is a revolutionary material for the production of fly fishing tippets and tappered leaders ideal for catching careful fish. It is almost invisible in water thanks to the refractive index of light almost identical to that of water.
Fluorocarbon is sinking because it is almost twice as heavy as water. When fishing below the surface does not remain lying on the surface and scare the fish. It is denser, smoother and non-absorbent, remains clear and does not change its diameter.
Due to the higher specific weight and smoothness of the surface it facilitates casting. It is harder, less stretchy and provides better contact with flies that are much less entangled. It is resistant to UV radiation, which significantly extends the service life.