• Perfect for anglers that fish short sessions and that like to keep mobile
• Supplied with 2 x 24in (61cm) side storm poles
• 60ins (152cm) frame
• New space-saving spoke design
• Four rear ribs touch the ground for added stability
• 2 x rod straps
• Made from hardwearing, breathable Polyester fabric
• Supplied with heavy duty pegs
• Erection time 1 minute approx
• Main outer fabric 100% Polyester
At North East Tackle, we store all of the latest carp fishing bivvy's, shelters, brolleys and domes. This includes the latest edition of the Fox Royale 60" Brolley. We sell all types of fishing equipment from huge brands such as Fox. The Fox Royale 60" Brolley is perfect for anglers that fish short sessions. Buy a Fox Royale 60" Brolley today and enjoy a browse through our top variety of Fox fishing equipment.
Mainland UK orders only
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Orders Outside Mainland UK
Please note all orders outside mainland UK may be subject to change with regard to shipping. Third party couriers ship via volumetric weight. Please be assured that if changes to shipping costs that do occur North East Tackle Supplies will contact customers prior to shipping. Any changes to shipping costs not agreed by both parties a full refund will be offered.
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