Gerber SALT Rx Fishing Gear Collection

Jan 21, 2019

Category: Gear

Back at the beginning of 2018, Gerber made some waves in the outdoor community with the release of a line of sturdy fishing-focused gear. Unfortunately, while it was well suited to freshwater fishing, it couldn’t quite hold up to the demands of ocean-going adventurers. Now, they’ve righted the ship with some much-needed updates with their SALT Rx fishing gear collection.

The overall form and materials of the newly renovated gear are largely the same, with the main difference being that the saltwater fishing gear is blue, rather than the original OD green. Performance-wise, however, it’s all received a hardcore corrosion-resistant coating to ensure that the harsh ocean waters don’t cause the metal to rust. At the present moment, the SALT Rx treatment has been given to the line’s Magnipliers, the Controller fillet knife, the Neat Freak line cutters (which has a handy bottle opener built-in), the Processor shears, and the Crossriver fixed blade knife. Prices start at $27.

Purchase: $27+

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