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Sage Double Ballistic Rod Case

$90.00

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    • Black/Platinum, 33in
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    Protect your investment.

    Whether you're heading to your favorite local stream or jet-setting off to an exotic salt water flat, keep you rod safe with the Sage Double Ballistic Rod Case. Ballistic nylon construction means this thing is bulletproof (literally), and it fits two rods and reels so you have some options on your trip. Double-locking zippers fit TSA-approved locks, and reinforced cap ends protect against drops and careless baggage handlers.
    • Ballistic nylon construction
    • Adjustable shoulder strap
    • Large double-locking zippers
    • Reinforced cap ends
    • Item #SAG001C

    Tech Specs

    Material
    black ballistic nylon
    Access
    zippered
    Dimensions
    [9ft 4-piece rod] 30 in, [10ft 4-piece rod] 33 in
    Recommended Use
    fly fishing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    If you're flying or driving to the next epic fishing destination, the double tube will get your precious tools there safe and sound. No broken tip or dinged/bent reel upon arrival. And other fisherman in the airport will be forever jealous seeing your Sage tube while they're schlepping baggage to the next work destination. That said, I've gotten away from using my double-tube for driving or flying--favoring rod vaults whenever possible or alternatively--using a single large tube with multiple rods (no reels) in their rod socks inside the tube and carrying the reels separately.