Our in-house fashion designer remodelled the military combat shorts, with style and carp-fishing functionality firmly in mind. The brief was to improve an outdoor classic, and he's done just that. They're lightweight, and quick drying, so you'll quickly dry out from an unscheduled dip, or a heavy summer shower. The material chosen is a 150gsm ripstop fabric that's stretchy, so the Kombats won't rip as you move and it also features innovative moisture-wicking technology. There are both external and cunningly hidden pockets, so you can keep all your essentials with you at all times, without fear of losing them. The Kombat shorts are available in dark olive and in the following sizes: S(w30), M(w32), L(w34) XL(w36), 2XL(w38), 3XL(w40) all regular leg length.
Kaptor Choddy, Chod-rig fans rejoice, because you can now have the finest chod-rig hook ever made, in two subtle camou colours. So why camou a hook? Well, ever since Danny Fairbrass founded the Safezone principle, our subtle camou end tackle has been catching more carp for thousands of carpers. Its those little extra percentage points that add up to the capture of a lifetime and having camouflaged hooks definitely counts towards having that season-defining session or gets you one step closer to that landmark carp. As with the rest of the Kaptor range, the Choddys have been produced in Weed Green and Gravel Brown colours, to match most lake bed situations. The clever green Kap that protects the needle point on a Kaptor also prevents the point becoming coated in the PTFE camou coating during the manufacturing process, which means that theyre that little bit sharper than other similar coated hooks neat eh? The hooks themselves are just the same as our existing Choddys all those key features such as the outturned eye, extra-strong wire gauge, specially configured bend and claw-like beaked point, remain on the Kaptor version. Perhaps weve just created the ultimate in chod-rig hooks? We think so, and we think that you will too!
SUBline, SUBline is fast becoming a modern classic. It's a true big-fish hunter's line, with all the performance and reliability that you could ask for in a monofilament main line. It's incredibly tough and abrasion resistant, yet it casts extremely well, thanks to its suppleness. As you'd expect, it also sinks like a brick, making it the go-to line for many of the carp scene's biggest names.