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ALPS Light XN (Steel)

Rated for up to 17lb test, but weighing in 28% lighter than comparable tri-legged guides thanks to the SS316 stainless steel frame that also provides extreme corrosion resistance.

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ALPS Medium XN (Titanium)

The medium MXN guides can be used in traditional casting setups as well as some switch and spey rod applications

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ALPS Medium XN (Steel)

These medium MXN guides are superb when looking for a casting guide for light to medium applications. Rated for 12-30lb test, due to the SS316 stainless steel frame construction, it also provides extreme corrosion resistance.

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ALPS Regular XN (Titanium)

These regular XN guides in titanium are rated for 25-50lb test, but weighing in 40% lighter than comparable tri-legged guides. The titanium frame construction not only give your rod that strength, but are also 100% corrosion proof.

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ALPS Regular XN (Steel)

The ALPS™ regular XN guides have the unique recessed ring design (RRD) creating a wider gluing surface between the ceramic ring and guide frame.

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ALPS Heavy XN (Steel)

New for 2014 are the ALPS™ heavy HXN guides in the ALPS XN guide family. The new ALPS™ heavy HXN guides are perfect for a line class of 50-80lbs, and these guides are a perfect match for anything from a boat rod, to a stand up rod, and even a trolling rod.

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ALPS (Steel)

The ALPS VD guide frames are fabricated from SS316 stainless steel and provide extreme corrosion resistance.

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ALPS (Titanium)

If lightweight guides are what you want for your next fishing rod, the ALPS Y guides in titanium are the guides for you. ALPS Y guides are up to 30% lighter than the equivalent SS316 frame with 100% corrosion proof.

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ALPS (Steel)

From ultra-light spinning to medium power spinning rods, ALPS™ Y guides will make you feel assured. If you’re counting on strength and extreme corrosion resistance, this exclusive design is perfect for your next rod build.

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ALPS RRD (Steel)

ALPS recessed ring design (RRD) Y-guides are in a class of their own. ALPS starts the process by focusing on the frames and the design.

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