The Rod Glove XL Casting
Made with Tapered Tips - The best design for your rod locker!
Made with expandable sleeving, which is sized to fit over larger guides found on Swimbait Rods and Flipping Sticks.
Protect and organize your longer casting rods with the Rod Glove XL Casting Rod Covers. 100% made in North America, the Rod Glove Rod Covers are a perfect way to protect the investment you’ve made in your fishing rods. Also great for eliminating tangles and organizing your rods by color, they feature a tapered tip design that makes them easier to get into your rod locker too. Available in a variety of colors, the Rod Glove XL Casting Rod Sleeves are the same rod covers professional anglers; Gerald Swindle, Brent Ehrler, Dave Wolak, Gary Dobyns use to stay on top of their equipment, and keep their rods from sustaining unnecessary damage.
Fight Fish - Not your rod cover
For use with Extra Long Casting Rods - Up to 8-1/2 feet in length.
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Comments: I use Rod Gloves on every single one of my spinning and casting rods. Hope this helps guys figure out which length to get.. I use the XL on my 7 foot 6 inch rods and longer for baitcasting, the regular ones work fine on 7'6" and bigger as they will cover up the last guide just fine, it comes down to a matter of if you want the rod glove coming down over your lure you keep on the hook keeper of most rods, I don't, so you can get the regular ones for most rods just fine. For spinning I use the regular ones on all/most other than my 7'6" rod, I have an XL on that one.
From: Jeremy: Minneapolis 1/23/17
Comments: Tried to find reviews on these gloves to see which would fit which Rod. I couldn't find any so I took a shot in the dark. The XL comes down to the reel on my 7' custom lews speed stick. So anything smaller than 7' I recommend the regular size. Definitely worth the money. They look great and keep your rods safe.
From: Stetson: WV 8/13/16
Comments: The best rod cover bar none. Works flawlessly, looks great, allows you to slide rods in/out of rod locker with ease and most importantly, it protects your expensive rods.
From: Brent: San Diego, CA
Comments: Goes on and off pretty easy. Makes me not worry about my rods so much when strapped together in the boat or laying in the back of the truck.