Spiderwire Stealth Smooth 8 Braid 300m

  • Now From £17.99
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
  • RRP £26.99
Item in Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours
  •     8 Carrier
  •     Tight weave
  •     Smooth and quiet casting
  •     300m spools
  •     Colour Red or Yellow


The Spiderwire Stealth Smooth 8 Braid has a tight-woven, 8 carrier braided line, made in the USA. Stealth Smooth has a tight weave and micro coating, for smooth, quiet casting and high abrasion resistance.

At North east tackle supplies we carry a good selection of Siperwire braid including the all new Spiderwire Stealth Smooth 8 Braid, have a look online today and get a great deal on the Spiderwire Stealth Smooth 8 Braid.

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