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I searched ebay....searched google.....even called orvis, and after all that I literally found one piece of information which came from calling orvis. apparently it has not been made in over 20 years and they do not carry it anymore. other than that google and ebay turned up nothing. anyone have any info on this?? anyone interested in buying it?? I can make an ebay auction  and do things legit.

I just know orvis is extremely expensive and there might be some old timers out there that would appreciate it more than I do. also it would best suit someone with a smaller cc driver as it was made in an era when the driver head was more like a 3wood minus the loft.

I tried it on an old original burner bubble driver I have kicking around it it seems to be a great fit. a newer 460cc driver would not fit. It seems to be in great condition for its age. It shows some wear but no rips or tears. It is extremely well made as you can expect something from orvis to be. well if anyone has any info on it  or is interested let me know!! thx

I will be uploading a pic once I figure out how.


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