Veevus GSP Thread

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Veevus GSP Thread
SKU 939-GSPThread-P

G.S.P (Gel Spun Polyethylene) is by far the strongest thread on the planet after Veevus thread. In difference to other brands the Veevus G.S.P. thread has been designed with a slight twist preventing it from opening up, and thereby making tying with it a breeze. It lays completely flat and is the smoothest thread to spin hair with.

Features Include:
  • 75 meters of thread per spool
  • Lays flat while tying
  • Perfect for a variety of fresh and saltwater patterns
  • Extra-strong thread

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1 Review

  • 5
    Veevus G.S.P. 100D

    Posted by Robert Sendlein on Oct 19th 2023

    I find that the Veevus GSP 100D has the right strength/size balance for tying deer tail saltwater patterns. I was tying with various 140 threads that would break if not careful and tried Mono threads that seemed bulky and also broke fairly often. I do not think I have ever broken this thread tying and it is quite compact.

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