|All you need is a cutting board, a box cutter and a ruler to make perfectly smooth strips of Flexi Film
to wrap on your favourite patterns. Just be sure to peel the adhesive backing off before you tie it on.
|On the left are two bare tubes. Notice how easily a bare metal tube can be completely
changed with Flexi Film. Now you can easily change the colour of metal or plastic
tubing with a couple of easy steps. No longer is there a need to purchase large selections
of painted tubes.
|Lazer Wrap and Edge Bright are fantastic products...... Egret Flexi Film is even better
though. Not only does it have the adhesive backing on it, it also has a more subtle
colouring. Before you could only create patterns with extremely bright coloured bodies
in 3 or four colours, now with Flexi FIlm, you have a range of nine colours in a sheeting
that is a little bit less intense with its colouring. The best attribute with Egret Flexi
Film is that with every wrap of the film and every layer you create, the colour becomes
even more intense. Essentially it allows you to control the brightness of the fly!
|We have long been a fan of Lazer Wrap and have designed several patterns around it, such as our
fantastically popular Chartreuse Lazer Flex Fly. Our new Egret Flexi Film takes all of the things
we love about the original Lazer Wrap and tweak them up. Flexi Film has an adhesive backing on
it that really helps it stay put on either a tube or hook shank. The adhesive is water proof and just
gives your fly that extra durability because the body wrap is actually stuck right onto the pattern.
|Egret Flexi Film and our Flex Tube are two products that go "hand in hand". The fact that both products
are brightly coloured and 100% transparent makes them almost glow under water. The above three Flex
Tubes were wrapped with Egret Flexi Film... a unique way to add colour to the body of your fly!
(All 14 colours)
|Order yours today in 14 fantastic colours!
|Order your full assortment - one of all 14 colours!
|All of the above metal tubes were wrapped twice. They were tied in at the front on the Flexi Film
strip was wound back and then forward again. The more layers of Flexi Film, the darker the