A jiu-jitsu heavy action rod that handles large lures in a delicate and delicate manner, and floats monster buses with plenty of room.
The well-known Kaleido Super Stallion, which has overwhelming long-throwing power and is equipped with furious hooking power, has been reborn as an inspire, making it even stronger and lighter.
The biggest feature is the powerful and sticky blanks characteristic that Katsutaka Imae describes as “Jiu-jitsu”. By adopting the latest hybrid super quattro cloth manufacturing method that mixes ± 45 ° manufacturing method and ± 30 ° manufacturing method into a long rod blank of 7 feet 1 inch, we further refined the powerful power.
In addition, its lightness and sharpness have evolved dramatically due to its unique semi-micro guide setting and fore gripless adoption. This model takes full advantage of the characteristics of achieving toughness and weight reduction through inspire.
The ideal form of high-power rod that not only has enough power to float monsters, but also has the lightness that allows you to swing through heavy weight lures all day long, which is important when dealing with difficult big buses. Full-size big bait, 1oz class heavy spinner bait, 4m over deep diving crankbait, and even large lures up to heavy jigs & worms can be handled with ease and sensitivity.
- The latest 4-axis manufacturing method by Kaleido Super Quattro Cross is adopted throughout the body from bat to tip. Low resin pure carbon is placed on the main cloth, ± 45 ° manufacturing method from the top to the former guide, and ± 30 ° manufacturing method that provides greater power with a high density of diagonal reinforcement from the former guide to the lower bat part. Adopted hybrid full wrapping specification.
- Guide system
- Inspire’s unique ultra-light semi-micro guide setting . Since the line is set at the last height that does not rub the blanks when the rod is bent, the core of the rod is easy to eat and power loss during casting and hooking is reduced. (Fuji titanium frame SiC ring guide)
- Fore grip
- Eliminating the fore grip and realizing further weight reduction. In addition to the winding check of the sharp design, the minimum 4-axis carbon sleeve nut greatly contributes to weight reduction and high sensitivity.
- As a proof of Katsutaka Imae’s production, the tournament series reel seats were signed in Roman letters.
- Grip design
- Uses a separate grip that emphasizes operability and weight reduction. The tournament series uses cork as the most important center grip material to touch. Cork is characterized by its high hardness and light air, so it is lightweight and has excellent sensitivity transmission. The grip end is fitted with an original end plate with a kaleidoscope motif. Grip removable type.