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Montauk Tackle debuts pull–over scarf & performance wraps
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Oct '13
Montauk Tackle Company Inc., known for their Performance Fishing Shirts, is extending their apparel offering into the Performance Scarves and Wrap markets. Both items embody the classic, functional, American design MTC has inspired.

They are crafted from the same comfortable, breathable, technology enhanced fabrics Montauk Tackle has become known for. Men and women can wear this Scarf in eight different ways to maximize sun protection while enjoying the great outdoors. The Wrap is designed as a shoulder/head piece or as a bottom wrap for women.

Montauk Tackle Company Inc. prides itself on the relentless pursuit of quality. “Our scarves and wraps are hand made with great detail in the stitching giving these a clean finish,” says Ron Cesark, President of Montauk Tackle Company, Inc. Other similar products just heat cut the tube of goods and leave a rough unfinished edge.

The women’s wrap will be available in 3 colors, light blue, yellow and red. A perfect accessory to women who enjoy the active outdoor lifestyle in the sun. Light–weight, breathable, sun protecting and moisture wicking fabrics lets you feel cool in the sun. The women’s Performance Wrap is designed in a large wide tubular shape that can be used as a head cover up and also as a bottom wrap.

All of MTC’s performance apparel incorporate a 50UPF sun protection, moisture wicking transporters for quick drying, stain release technologies and an anti-microbial treatment that prevents odor-causing microbes. Built for performance and comfort in Men and Women styles. MTC’s fabrics are milled in California and Cut-N-Sewn in The Garment District of New York City.

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