|Stainless Steel and Titanium
TiForged Guides — a new modern look with a snagless design to reduce tangling.
- 316SS or solid Titanium alloy frames
- Snagless frame designs in spinning and casting configurations
- Hardened frames for extreme strength, keeping rings secure and safe from frame deformation
- Slim ring design to reduce weight and polished round for increased casting distances and extended line life
- Available with American Tackle proprietary Nanolite or Duralite ring options
- American Tackle's ceramic rings provide a near zero coefficient of friction with wet line — extending line life while increasing hardness to that of Silicone Carbide (SiC)
Now Available in Pentalite ring
- A Titanium Guide Frame Exclusive
- Slim Profile Pentalite Inserts
- Reduced Ring Weights
- Snagless TiForged Frame Design
- Light Weight Flexible Titanium Material
- Offered In Solid Titanium or Black Titanium
These are a no brainer on clearance, and the reason I’m considering AT for more of my builds.
If someone is going to the effort and expense to build a custom rod, to me it makes sense to use the materials that will make the end product last the longest and perform the best. That is true value. Why build a great rod that has guides that will rust out ? The AmTack titanium guides will outlast the rod guide wrappings and can even be reused years later on a new or rebuild. That's real value.