Veevus Thread 10/0
Veevus Thread 10/0 is one of the most widely used Veevus threads due to its versatility, quality and strength. Its small diameter and smooth, flat finish makes it is a perfect choice for tying medium to small sized flies. This is a premium quality, thin, lightweight thread with extreme strength – its breaking point is at about 800g! This thread will lay on the hook quite flat, thus minimizing bulk, which is important when tying smaller and delicate patterns. It can also be easily corded up to provide extra strength. It splits effortlessly for dubbing loops. Veevus Thread 10/0 doesn’t fray, provides a smooth finish and is super easy to work with. Comes in an extensive range of colors, covering everything from natural, earthy tones of olive and brown suitable for trout patterns to a full range of bright and florescent shades perfect for salmon flies.
How Veevus 10/0 compares to similar threads in terms of its breaking point:
- Gudebrod 10/0: around 270g
- UTC 70: around 453g
- Benecchi 10/0: around 680g
- VEEVUS 10/0: around 800g!
Introducing Veevus threads, coming from Denmark – top-of-the-line quality threads with a wide selection of thickness and colors. An absolute winner when it comes to strength and versatility – all Veevus threads have amazingly high breaking points – well above comparable sizes of other threads out in the market. These threads are lightweight and considerably thinner than other comparable threads, but are strong and hold the material extremely well. They split easily for dubbing loops, lay on the hook well, don’t bulk and are easy to work with. They stretch just the right amount and are spooled evenly providing the perfect tension, effortless whip finishing and smoother tying. The spool was designed to fit snugly and turn smoothly. Due to their quality and versatility, Veevus threads are highly ranked in the fly tying community and one of the best kept secrets by fly tying masters.
They come with 100 meters of thread per spool and an extensive selection of colors. Choose from the standard 6/0 and 8/0, but also amazingly strong 10/0, 12/0, 14/0 and 16/0 diameters.