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As originators of Density Compensation in Sinking lines, TDC – Total Density Compensation – raises the bar on density control regardless of line type.

Controlling the volume and density of each coating, our dual layer PolyFuse XT process creates technically advanced lines with pinpoint accuracy.

For true high buoyancy floaters or sinking lines with sink rates you can rely on, look out for the TDC logo.

 

 

The concept is simplicity itself - it’s unique ridged design reduces the surface area in contact with the rod guides, consequently friction levels are vastly improved compared to any regular round flyline. Incredibly tough for long term durability.

Regular Flyline Ridge Flyline
Regular line has up to 200% greater contact with rod ring Reduced surface area for minimal friction
 
 

With only 6% stretch, our Power Core braid improves casting control, sensitivity and hook set – pretty impressive stuff.

However, you’ll be more impressed with the lines incredible suppleness and handling performance even in the
harshest of conditions.

 
 

The ability to fuse Polyurethane post production led to the development of Micro Loops.

Showing no visible signs of a step down, Micro loops blend into the main line giving smooth transition to your leader and seal your flyline from the effects of capillary action.

 

 
 

Not relying on solvents to make it supple, Polyurethane flexes better and lasts longer than any other material we know.
Our new Flexi Loop system incorporates actual flyline core into the loop and with our unique fusing process, creates a seamless weld that
really is bullet proof.

 

 
 
 

All Airflo fly lines are manufactured from Polyurethane - a thermoplastic polymer - ensuring incredible durability and a high resistance to cracking.

Without using solvents in manufacture, our lines have superior resistance to the harmful effects of UV, are unaffected by DEET and will perform long after our competitors lines have wilted.

What’s more, our endless research into Polymer technology will ensure that we continue to lead the way in plastics development solely for use in flyline manufacture.