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Hardy Proaxis Rods

Sintrix is 30 percent lighter and 60 percent stronger than conventional carbon fiber

July 28, 2011
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Hardy Proaxis Rods

Hardy Proaxis Rods

Rod builders continue to push the envelope of strength, durability and functionality with rods today. Hardy is no exception, using a material called Sintrix in its new Proaxis line of rods. Sintrix is 30 percent lighter and 60 percent stronger than conventional carbon fiber, making Proaxis rods ultra-lightweight and extremely strong. Hardy designers even sought advice from legendary tarpon angler Andy Mill to make the Proaxis sticks great casting and fish-fighting machines. The Proaxis series has fast action and features titanium recoil guides from REC and Fuji. Choose from 8-foot-10-inch one-piece models ranging from 8- through 12-weight, or select an easier-to-transport four-piece model, offered in 6- through 12-weight. Starting price is $499; www.hardyfishing.com

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